Our Impact

Giving Back to Ko‘olauloa and Oʻahu’s North Shore

The Turtle Bay Foundation operates within The Turtle Bay Resort, located on O‘ahu’s North Shore, one of the world’s most scenic peninsulas surrounded by 858 acres of natural coastlines and wild lands.

Charitable Giving

As a grantmaking and scholarship organization, the Turtle Bay Foundation partners with the community to sustain meaningful fundraising efforts delivering social change and environmental preservation for Ko‘olauloa and Oʻahu’s North Shore.
More than 250 of deserving youth have been awarded financial aid to pursue a college education, and more than 70 nonprofits have received grants to support programming in the areas of health care, housing, environmental stewardship, cultural and historic preservation and sports and recreational, all elements considered by the Foundation as necessary for a strong, thriving community.

Catch up on the Latest News from the Turtle Bay Foundation

Nearly 14,000 Pounds of Locally Grown Produce Distributed to North Shore Families

Nearly 14,000 Pounds of Locally Grown Produce Distributed to North Shore Families

Through our COVID-19 Farmer Produce Purchase Assistance Program, Turtle Bay Resort purchased and distributed nearly 14,000 pounds of fresh produce – locally grown at Kuilima Farms – to North Shore families between April and July. Launched in April by Turtle Bay and Pono Pacific, the COVID-19 Farmer Produce Purchase Assistance […]

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New Produce Program Supports North Shore Farmers and Families

New Produce Program Supports North Shore Farmers and Families

Over the next three months, Pono Pacific and Turtle Bay Resort will coordinate the purchase of fresh produce grown on the agricultural lands mauka of the resort to donate to our team members and North Shore residents as part of the newly launched COVID-19 Farmer Produce Purchase Assistance Program. Designed […]

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Experiencing Hawai‘i through a Watercolor Lens with Local Artist Ashley Kaase

Experiencing Hawai‘i through a Watercolor Lens with Local Artist Ashley Kaase

Ashley Kaase is an O‘ahu-based watercolor artist whose work will be featured in the Kawela Art Gallery beginning March 2 through June 30. In this Q&A session, we learn about Ashley’s growth as an artist in Hawai‘i and how she receives inspiration from the lush environment around her. How does […]

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