Hawaii Stories and Impact

State Fact Sheet

Note: the jobs totals in this fact sheet are through 2015 and they include a combination of direct, indirect, and induced FTE jobs and construction jobs. The “total investment” number refers to the total project investment (not NMTC allocation) in the state through the second quarter of 2020.

This program is critically important! As a result of our ability to tap into NMTC we build a new, state of the art health care facility and now are able to provider high-quality health care services (including telehealth) to this rural, remote, low-income underserved island!!!

-Diana M Shaw, Executive Director, Lanai Community Health Center, Lanai City, HI Tweet This

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2019
The new clinic expanded its current size by four times, as well as grow its scope of services to include primary care, behavioral health,…
2018
A new energy facility in Moloka’i….
2012

Waianae, HI 

The Hawaii Department of Transportation operates and maintains 15 airports statewide….
2017
NMTC financing made the planning, design, and construction of the Kailapa Community Resource Center possible….
2009

O’Oakala, HI 

The construction of a new, state-of-the-art veneer mill and the conversion to biomass fuel of two oil-fired electric generation plants….
2012
The Molokai Community Health Center, a nonprofit organization that seeks to improve the quality of life for residents of the Hawaiian island of Molokai,…
2015
Federally qualified health center builds local workforce while improving healthcare access….
2003

Kapolei, HI 

In December 2003, the Fund invested $250,000 in Hoku Scientific Inc. as part of an approximately $5M round of equity financing….
2013
WHCHC, a Federally Qualified Health Center, provides integrated medical, dental and behavioral health services to primarily low income individuals and families in three clinic…
2010

Honolulu, HI 

Pacific Gateway Center is a 35‐year old non profit whose mission is to help immigrants, refugees and low‐income residents of Hawaii gain access to…