Mahalo to our Sponsors

Makana Aloha Foundation – www.makanaalohafoundation.org
Established in 2007, the Makana Aloha Foundation is a private family foundation dedicated to supporting and improving the Maui Community. In providing funding for The Arts, it supports secular organizations that make Maui a place where culture and arts can flourish. MAF has supported Arts Education for Children Group / Jazz Maui programs since 2014 and has played an integral role in helping the organization in its path towards sustainability.

Hawaii Tourism Authority – www.gohawaii.com
Created in 1999, this agency promotes and sustains Hawaii’s tourism, the state’s leading industry and largest employer.

King Kekaulike High School – www.kingkekaulike.com
King Kekaulike boasts a new $35 million state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center at the school’s Pukalani Campus that benefits students in Band, Drama, Hawaiian Immersion and more. King K has played a key role in providing rehearsal and performance space for Jazz Maui programs.

South Maui Learning Ohana
The South Maui Learning Ohana {SMLO), established In 1998 as a 501{c){3) nonprofit organization with the mission to support educational initiates for the County of Maui, SMLO operates Kihei Charter School.

Arts Education for Children Group – www.aecg.org / www.jazzmaui.org
Arts Education for Children Group (AECG), a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded in 1996, provides opportunities for artistic and cultural enrichment for youth and adults.

Maui Realtors Mary Anne Fitch and Nam LeViet have offered their home and served as hosts for the Jazz Maui Kick-off concert for the past five years.