August 30 - September 12, 2021


August 30 - September 12, 2021

Walk with us virtually, from August 30 - September 12 and support Hawaiʻi's local non-profits! Whether you are a competitive athlete, a workout enthusiast, or a leisure walker, we will have fun “virtual” activities that will fit all needs. Since 1979, Hawaiʻi Island has raised more than $5.3 million to support hundreds of diverse non-profit organizations on the island. The public is always invited to participate in this annual event which typically features a morning of delicious food, fun, fabulous entertainment, and a little exercise to help charities within our community. This year’s event will be different from our previous Charity Walks, but we are committed to providing a great experience that will benefit those in need, and we thank you in advance for your support of our efforts.

Simon Amos
Hilton Waikoloa Village, Hotel Manager
Hawaii Island Charity Walk Chair

Paper registration form available here.

HLTA – Hawai'i Island Chapter
(808) 345-9285



Grant Applications for 2021 are now closed.

All grant funding must be used to fund programs in the County in which the funds were raised and utilized to benefit that community. An organization must apply separately to each county for funding to be used in that county.

Funds will not be granted for capital fund drives, purchase of tangible real property or personal property,  or interest or reduction of deficits or loans.

501(c)3 non-profit organizations in the state of Hawaii are eligible to apply for Visitor Industry Charity Walk Grants. Grants will be considered on the basis of an organization’s community impact and may vary widely in scope and size. Grants are not a source of guaranteed continuous funding.22

"What’s most meaningful about the Charity Walk is that it’s the visitor industry’s way of showing its profound appreciation for the community by way of its fiscal contribution. We continue to fundraise and, thanks to the unparalleled support of our hospitality industry, and the generosity of many HLTA members, are able to provide assistance to hundreds of local nonprofits across our islands."
- Mufi Hannemann, HLTA President and CEO