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RPCVHI Aloha Grants and Aloha Care Packages

RPCVHI launched the Aloha Grant program through the Peace Corps Partnership Program in 2008 to provide funding for community-initiated projects overseen by Peace Corps Volunteers serving around the world.

In 2016, the RPCVHI Board added the Aloha Care Package program in addition to the Aloha Grants program.

Peace Corps Volunteers (PCVs)currently serving from the State of Hawaii are eligible to apply for an Aloha Grant or Aloha Care page after three months of service. Aloha Grants range from $250 to $1000 (maximum) and Aloha Care packages can contain supplies that can fit in an international large Priority box that weights 22 pounds. Total value including postage is $275.

Since 2008, over $4000 in Aloha Grants have been awarded to PCVs from the state of Hawaii serving in Cambodia, Morocco, Niger, Guyana, Mali, Peru, Mongolia, St. Lucia, Senegal and most recently, in Madagascar.

Since 2016, Care packages of school supplies, educational materials, and Hawaiian products have been sent to Cambodia, Ukraine, Madagascar, Philippines, Rwanda, and Senegal. Madagascar, Nepal, and Zambia.

Funds that support the Aloha Grant and Aloha Care programs come from two sources:  RPCVHI membership dues and RPCVHI fundraisers.


MAHALO to all RPCVs in the State of Hawaii who support activities to make the Aloha Grant

and Aloha Care Package program so successful.

Application Process

If you are a PCV, especially a PCV from the Hawaii, and are interested in applying for an Aloha Grant, you may find more information in the attached file.

  Aloha Grant information 2018 MS Word.docx

Other Opportunities to support Peace Corps Volunteers worldwide is through the Peace Corps Partnership program.  For more information on Peace Corps Small Grants Program, please  visit

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Past Aloha Grant Recipients


DILLON QUITUGUA, PCV Nepal until evacuation in March 2020.


Dillon requested and received needed school supplies, seeds for school garden, soccer ball, volley ball, pump to inflate balls, USB flash drive with 128 GB of educational information and Hawaiian music.

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VIRGINIA JOHNSON, PCV Zambia until evacuation in March 2020.

Virginia Johnson was awarded $500 in October 2019 for her school library and literacy project.