At Home on the West-Side
PVT supports activities and organizations that add value to the lives of residents of the Waianae Coast.
PVT sponsored the rededication of Nanakuli Beach Park as Kalaniana‘ole Park during a ceremony on the 145th anniversary of Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalaniana‘ole’s birthday. PVT has also officially “adopted” the park and, along with the Waianae Coast Community Foundation, will help maintain it.
PVT also sponsored Waianae Sunset on the Beach and Buffalo’s Big Board Surfing Classic at Makaha surfing beach. In addition, we are an annual sponsor of Kalaeloa Heritage Park. Known as Kualakai in ancient times, the Park is home to more than 177 relatively undisturbed archaeological features.
We also make a difference in small but not insignificant ways. For the new Waianae Police Station dedication, PVT provided two 30’ x 60’ tents for guest seating. We’ve covered the cost of flu shots administered by the Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center to the Waianae Coast’s homeless population. Support also extends to the Boys and Girls Club of Nanakuli, the Malama Learning Center, and a host of parades, including the Waianae Christmas Parade and parades celebrating Little League World Champions and MMA champion Max Holloway.
There are many worthwhile causes on the Waianae Coast that deserve support. To learn more about our giving, please read our philanthropy policy.
PVT Land Company believes that education strengthens our communities and is the key to resiliency. To that end, we support academics and athletics at Waianae Coast schools, organized sports teams and clubs, and community and civic organizations. Priority is given to programs and activities that add value to the Waianae Coast and the quality of life of our residents.
In the Community
We support and participate in initiatives that add value to the lives of residents of the Waianae Coast, including our sponsorship of Buffalo’s Big Board Surfing Classic at Makaha surfing beach.
To learn more about PVT in the community, click on any of the links below from the monthly Westside Stories newspaper.