2nd Annual North Kohala Community Resource Center Proceeds benefit NKCRC in it's efforts to provide support, bridges to funding & education for more than 90 projects in the community. Entry Fee: $150 Per Person - Includes Greens & Cart Fee, Range Balls,
Our second annual Golf Tournament will coming up in March 2019 at the Westin Hapuna Beach Resort golf course. We hope you will join us for this fun event! Stay tuned for more details coming soon!
Left to Right - Kaya-Lee Galan and Morgan Davis NKCRC’s Board of Directors is excited to welcome two new youth directors to the Board. Kaya-Lee Galan is a junior at Kohala High School. She is an outgoing and open-minded student
The NKCRC Board of Directors is proud to announce that our Executive Director, Christine Richardson, was one of five nonprofit leaders statewide who were recognized for their commitment to making Hawai'i a better place at Hawai'i Community Foundation's 15th Annual Ho'okele Awards.
NKCRC is proud to announce the release of "Ranching Under the Rainbow - Monty Richards of Kahua Ranch." Featuring many never-before-published photos from the Richards family private archives, this oral history is more than the story of Monty's life, it is the
Aloha, Welcome to our Summer Newsletter and 2017 Annual Appeal. Once a year we reach out to old and new friends to ask for your support of our important work in Kohala By investing in our operations, you make a big
Two Kohala High School students have joined the Board of Directors of North Kohala Community Resource Center as the Center enters the second year of its Youth Director Program. KHS senior Tanya Adams and junior Mary Marvelanne Clark joined the board in
Herring Kalua, far left, leads the dedication of the marker honoring Akoni Pule on July 7. Kalua is joined by, left to right, NKCRC executive director Christine Richardson, board member Bob Martin, and Sarah Pule-Fujii, Lena Kapeliela and Margaret Kaoo, daughters of
North Kohala Community Resource Center's long-awaited Kohala Welcome Center is now open to the public. The center has completed the public restrooms and a beautiful hallway of storyboards for both the community and visitors to enjoy. The corridor tells the story of