Hawaii State Bar Foundation


The Hawaii State Bar Foundation is a nonprofit organization organized exclusively for the following purposes:

(1) To promote justice through programs such as access to justice for persons in need of legal services, civics education, and other public service programs and projects, including programs and projects of the Hawaii State Bar Association;

(2) To improve the administration of justice through the creation, development, funding, and delivery of continuing professional and legal education, and leadership, mentoring and other programs for the legal profession;

(3) To support the charitable, scientific, literary, religious, or educational missions of the Hawaii State Bar Association, its Divisions, and Committees; and

(4) To operate exclusively for charitable, scientific, literary, religious or educational     purposes, within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code(or the corresponding provision of any future United States internal revenue law) (the "Code").

The HSBA is the sole member of the Hawaii State Bar Foundation, and elects all of the Hawaii State Bar Foundation’s Directors.

2014 HSBF Board

Louise K.Y. Ing, President
Rai Saint Chu, Vice-President
Curtis Saiki, Treasurer
Bart Howk, Secretary

Jodene Arakaki
Caryn Okinaga
Jeffrey H.K. Sia
Carol L. Tom
Lynne T.T. Toyofuku
The Honorable Simeon Acoba (Advisor)
Calvin Young (Ex Officio)


Articles of Incorporation

Hawaii State Bar Foundation Bylaws

For more information on the Hawaii State Bar Foundation, please e-mail us at info@hsba.org.


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