Hawaiian Education & Reinstatement Foundation


Hawaiian Education & Reinstatement Foundation is tax exempt status under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code

The foundation's primary objective is to create a resource to promote and educate the understanding of the function and operation of the Hawaiian governmental structure both prior and post European contact, to research and analyze the processes required to obtain a fully functional government that could be recognized pursuant to International law, to research and analyze the sustainability of such government, to educate, train, and instruct those who wish to participate in the leadership and proper function of a government and its operation, to educate all those who want to participate in a electoral process, to promote social and economic justice and peaceful conflict resolution between Nations, and to create a learning center and school for the aforementioned educational programs including but not limited to the Hawaiian Archipelago.

The secondary objective to create a resource to promote understanding and appreciation of native plants, insects, animals, marine life and native cultural practices, traditions, music, art, and historical and sacred sites of Hawai`i; to promote propagation, repopulation, and protection of native plants, insects, animals, marine life including but not limited to all those on the endangered/threatened species lists, to research and to archive and document historical and sacred sites by providing educational and training programs to rural and under-serviced areas employing the latest technologies to promote a stable, sustainable, environmentally friendly society.

Iolani Palace

To contact us:

Hawaiian Education & Reinstatement Foundation

2051 Young Street, #133

Honolulu, Hawai`i 96826-2236

Phone: 808-235-2425
E-mail: info@hawnerf.org

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