The House of Kamakahelei donates to the Daughters of Hawai’i

Royal Cloak (ʻahu ʻula) of Ali’I Robert Hoapili Baker, which is proudly and lovingly on display at Queen Emma Summer Palace.
Royal Cloak (ʻahu ʻula) of Ali’i Robert Hoapili Baker, which is proudly and lovingly on display at Queen Emma Summer Palace.

During the recent tour of Washington DC, their Royal Highnesses Prince Darrick and Princess Anna attended a charity dinner to raise money for the Daughters of Hawai’i organisation.

H.E. Brandon Brown and ohana presented a check on behalf of the House of Kamakahelei to the Recording Secretary of the Daughters of Hawai’i, Kawehi Apo.

“Mahalo nui to the House of Kamakahelei! They recently hosted a charity dinner in Washington, D.C. to benefit the Daughters of Hawaiʻi and stopped by Hānaiakamalama this weekend to present the generous gift.

Community partnerships, fundraising efforts, and charitable donations like this keep our organization running and allow us to do our preservation work more efficiently. Mahalo mahalo mahalo!”
– Daughters of Hawai’i

Their Excellencies Brandon Brown and Margaret Vo Brown along with their daughter, present a check to the Daughters of Hawai’i Recording Secretary, Kawehi Apo at Queen Emma’s Summer Palace.
Their Excellencies Brandon Brown and Margaret Vo Brown along with their daughter, present a check to the Daughters of Hawai’i Recording Secretary, Kawehi Apo at Queen Emma’s Summer Palace.

“Daughters of Hawai‘i is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, member society, founded in 1903, “to perpetuate the memory and spirit of old Hawai‘i and of historic facts, and to preserve the nomenclature and correct pronunciation of the Hawaiian language.” (daughtersofhawaii.org)

DISCLAIMER: The House of Kamakahelei has no affiliation nor association with an individual known as Idony Punahele Albert or the organisation styled as the 'Royal House of Hawai'i - Ka Hale Ali'i O Kamakahelei'.

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