These workshops, sponsored by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, is to help small Native Hawaiian serving organizations who are in jeopardy of losing their tax-exempt status meet the IRS compliance requirements by the Oct. 15 deadline. It is open to representatives of small Native Hawaiian serving organizations (including directors, staff, volunteers or members). “Small organizations” are those that make less than $25,000 per year. “Native Hawaiian serving organizations” are organizations that serve Native Hawaiian beneficiaries are part of their programs, projects or mission. You will be asked to identify the Native Hawaiian community you serve or benefit during the workshop.
Participants are strongly encouraged to bring a laptop computer with wireless internet capability, your organization’s EIN and a working email address in order to complete the IRS filing at the workshop.
If you do not have access to a laptop, please contact us beforehand at email@example.com.
All workshop dates and locations:
Hawai`i Island (Waimea) 09/25 10:30a & 12:30p
Kanu o ka ‘Aina – Hālau Ho’olako (64-1043 Hiiaka St.)
O`ahu (Honolulu) 10/2 – 10a, 12p & 3p
UH – Manoa Richardson School of Law (2515 Dole St. – CR 2)
Maui (Wailuku) 10/4 – 1p & 5:30p
Maui Ecomomic Opportunity, Inc Family Center (99 Mahalani St.)
You can register for these workshops at:
For more information about the IRS filing requirments or to check to see if your organization may be in jeopardy of losing tax exempt status, please visit http://www.irs.gov/charities/article/0,,id=225705,00.html.
Questions about this workshop should be directed to Kahi of Native Nations Education Foundation at (808) 554-6685.
Additional information will be provided at www.honuaconsulting.com starting September 20, 2010.
Thank you to our partners: Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Native Nations Education Foundation, Honua Consulting, Kanu o ka `Aina Learning `Ohana, Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu, Ka Huli Ao: Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law, Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commer, Hawai`i Maoli and Maui Economic Opportunities, Inc.
Please help spread the word and share this information with others.
Trisha Kehaulani Watson, JD, PhD
President, Honua Consulting
PO Box 61395
Honolulu, Hawai`i 96839
kelepona (phone): (808) 392-1617
leka uila (email): firstname.lastname@example.org
kahua punaewele (website): http://www.honuaconsulting.com