Hawaiian Electric Company Gives $15,000

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The educational work HIT does in Palolo has been strengthened by the backing of Hawaiian Electric Company in the form of a $15,000 grant and a new corporate and community relationship. Mahalo nui loa for bolstering the sustainability plan of HIT and … Continue reading

Tennis Sisters

TENNIS SISTERS Tennis Sisters is a no-cost mentoring program that partners Hawaii’s top and aspiring tennis playing girls with Hawaii’s best women players and visiting players.  It provides a network for match play for community minded, competitive female tennis players in Hawaii ranging in … Continue reading

Community Revitalization

COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION In underserved communities, public parks are often hubs for gang activity, drug sales and graffiti.  By supporting youth in these communities, HIT seeks to be a catalyst so that these important public spaces and facilities may re-emerge as … Continue reading

Play Tennis

Play Tennis is HIT’s free, grass roots after school tennis program that provides weekly tennis education during the entire school year to middle school age students.  The HIT tennis curriculum is delivered through tennis teaching professionals, high level tennis players and … Continue reading