About Us


The Turtle Bay Foundation was established in 2012 as a way to deepen the resort’s commitment to the Ko‘olauloa and North Shore communities.


Making one of the world’s last great places even better, the Foundation provides education scholarships for deserving youth, job training opportunities for adults, and grants for environmental stewardship, historic and cultural preservation, healthy living through sports and recreation, and health care programs.

The Turtle Bay Foundation supports five important pillars within our community:

  • Education and Job Training
  • Environmental Stewardship
  • Preservation of Historic or Cultural Sites
  • Health care
  • Sports and Recreation


Over $1 million has been awarded to local organizations and individual scholarship recipients by the The Turtle Bay Foundation. In addition to cash funding, The Turtle Bay Foundation also supports Gift-In-Kind donations, goods or services from the Turtle Bay Resort such as gift certificates for room nights, dining at one of the resort’s award-winning restaurants, or for use at the resort’s championship golf course or spa. The Foundation encourages organizations receiving Gifts-In-Kind to convert them into cash donations through silent auctions and other fundraising events.


The Foundation’s own annual fundraiser, The Turtle Bay Foundation Annual Golf Tournament, is held each June at the resort’s iconic Arnold Palmer Golf Course to raise additional funds for local scholarships and grants.


Year-over-year increase in scholarship and grant applications tell us that our community needs our support more now than ever. As one of the world’s most prestigious luxury resorts, we thank you for your contributions to support these deserving individuals, organizations and communities.

From right to left: Turtle Bay Foundation board members, Travis Joerger, Carol Feinga, Mikilani Ikalani, Lani Olevao, Tom Donovan, Kiele Muraco, and Jonathan Mapu