Hawai‘i Conference Foundation
Faithfully stewarding the assets of the Hawai‘i Conference of the United Church of Christ through investment and property management.
This Foundation is dedicated to promoting the interests and welfare of the Hawai‘i Conference of the United Church of Christ, its member churches and affiliates, continuing the first Christian work started in Hawai‘i in 1820.
Investing Church Money: Custodial Accounts
The Hawai’i Conference Foundation can assist churches with their long term investment needs. Hawai’i Conference United Church of Christ Churches, Associations and Affiliated Organizations are eligible to use the investment services of the Hawai’i Conference Foundation. By opening a Custodial Account, your church funds may be invested along with the endowments of the Hawai’i Conference.
The Hawai’i Conference Foundation measures its investment performance against established market indices. Investment results are reviewed on a quarterly basis.
Loans to Churches
United Church of Christ Church Building and Loan Fund assists new congregations with the purchase of land and financing of construction of their first building.
Existing Congregations may borrow from the United Church of Christ Cornerstone Fund. Individuals and churches may also invest with this Fund.
Church Endowment Funds
The Hawai’i Conference Foundation manages endowment funds for the benefit of the Hawai’i Conference and its churches. If you would like to establish an endowment fund to support your church or its mission, please contact us.
Property and Liability Insurance
The local insurance agent for the Insurance Board is David Takagi. firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (808) 523-6840
Neighbor Islands: 1-800-520-6840
Fax: (808) 531-2399
700 Bishop Street, Suite 825
Honolulu, HI 96813
Fax: (808) 521-7196
Board of Directors
Rev. Dr. Alan Akana
Rev. Eric Anderson
Ms. Martha Balkin
Ms. Caroline Peters Belsom
Ms. Joyclynn Costa
Ms. Yvonne Leiser
Rev. Kenneth Makuakane
Mr. Boyd Matsuyama
Mr. Warren Orikasa
Rev. Dr. David Popham
Ms. Joan Sakaba
Mr. Martin Zorn