The Guild has had many opportunities to donate ukes to local organizations, see the following, in order to get them into the hands of our island keiki ensuring this instrument and the music it can make is passed on to the future generations of Hawaii raised youth.
The Kids from “Maunakea Marketplace”- Honolulu’s Chinatown Museum
"Ke Kula Niihau O' Kekeha (Kekaha?) School" - West Kauai charter school providing education to Nii'hau children.
"Kahaluu Elementary School" - after school ukulele program .
"Ark of Safety Christian Fellowship" - community outreach org. in Waianae.
Lloyddean Peters - Director of Chinatown Museum, teaches ukulele to Chinatown neighborhood children.
"Aina Aloha O' Na Lilma Hana" - Kaneohe
"Nanakuli Boys and Girls Club"
"Family Program Hawaii"
"Na Maka O' Pu'uwai Aloha" "Naalehu Elementary School" "Ukulele Foundation"
"Ohana Family of The Living God" - Hau'ula
"Sounding Joy" non-profit, certified music therapists, ukulele instructions for autistic children.
"Kids Hurt Too" non-profit teaches ukulele to children dealing with grief.
"Ukulele Hale" ukulele school
"Ke Kumu Mele"
"Paka Love" Organization of volunteers that help to clean and maintain public parks and have an uke music program.
"Wahiawa Middle School" UFK volunteer with ukulele instruction.
The Ukulele Guild of Hawaii receives and considers requests monthly from needy organizations who are seeking assistance in acquiring ukuleles for their music endeavors and we would love to consider your organization, if it meets our “need” requirements for a donation of ukuleles. So please see the proceeding web page that outlines the Ukes for Keiki Program for additional details.