Support HTY


HTY is teaming up with Jack Johnson on his 2017 Summer Tour and All At Once, a social action network connecting nonprofits with people who want to become active in their local and world community. All At Once comes to life online at and at the Jack Johnson concerts where you can get educated, get inspired, and connect face-to-face with us and other local and national non-profits. All At Once promotes sustainable local food systems and plastic free initiatives and encourages action through the Capture Your Commitment campaign. #AAOLocalFood #AAOPlasticFree

Help us raise funds! Jack Johnson’s charity is matching donations contributed to us at the show or directly to our organization through September 1st, up to a total of $2500.  Make a contribution right now and your money will be doubled by the Johnson Ohana Foundation!  

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Support the Honolulu Theatre for Youth

Last year Honolulu Theatre for Youth served over 115,000 students, teachers and families across the state of Hawaii. We strive to maintain top quality, while keeping prices affordable for all. Earned income from ticket sales and program fees covers only one half of the cost of our programming. We depend on grants and donations from government, foundations, corporate sponsors and YOU to cover the remaining costs.

Your contribution helps to ensure that all children statewide benefit from HTY’s excellent programs. Hawaii’s future will be determined by today’s children, by including theatre and drama education in every child’s life we encourage them to become creative critical thinkers and inventive, imaginative problem solvers, who will make that future bright.

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Where Your Money Goes

You know that your contribution assures that HTY’s vision and the power of drama penetrates our communities.

Each year, HTY mounts six to eight professional productions and many drama education programs for schools, families and professional teachers and Teaching Artists. Income from school and public performances and from dram programs provides about half the money needed to present the season. Donated income, from government, foundation and corporate sources – and from YOU, our dedicated individual donors – helps to ensure that ALL children statewide benefit from HTY’s excellent programs.

For example, it costs us approximately $20 a child to present a production, while we charge only $5 per child to attend. In many schools, we charge even less, to ensure that Title One students can also see our plays. Your donations make a direct difference in the number of students we reach annually.

Support a Specific Play

Each season, HTY presents six to eight professional productions and drama education programs to over 100,000 children statewide. We’ve been inspiring our communities to dream and dare for over 60 years! We are proud to partner with donors who support these plays and education programs. Join our current sponsors and help us to change the lives of children through theatre and drama education for another 56 years.

We are currently looking for sponsors for our 2017-2018 Season.

Please call 808-839-9885 x 703 for more information.

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Recognition of Donors

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A Huge BRAVO to our community of support. Your aloha contributes to HTY’s unbeatable
dedication to serving our communities through artistic excellence.

2016-2017 Season Foundation and Corporate Supporters

Robert Emens Black Fund of HCF

Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts

National Endowment for the Arts

City & County of Honolulu Dept. of Environmental Services

The Shubert Foundation

Hawaii State Department of Health – Public Health Preparedness Branch
Kaiser Permanente

McInerny Foundation

Hawaii Pizza Hut Literacy Fund of HCF

Hawaii State Department of Health – Healthy Hawaii Initiative
Hawaii State Department of Health – Safe Drinking Water Branch

The Hawaiian Electric Companies

John R. Halligan Charitable Fund

City & County of Honolulu Mayor’s Office on Culture & the Arts
G.N. Wilcox Trust
Hawaii Fresh Water Fund of HCF
Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation
Frank F. Pleli Trust
Samuel N. & Mary Castle Foundation
The Ward Village Foundation

Atherton Family Foundation

Annine Sinclair Knudsen Memorial Fund of HC

Joanne Holmes Shigekane Fund of HCF
Sidney Stern Memorial Trust

The  Cades Foundation
Elsie H. Wilcox Foundation
First Hawaiian Bank Foundation
Hawaii State Department of Land & Natural Resources – Commission on Water Resource Management
Susan M. Kosasa Fund
Margaret Ann Fuss RLT
TCG Global Connections – On the Road
Ulupono Initiative

Friends of Hawaii Charities, Inc.
NOAA- Marine Debris Program

Fox US Productions 50, Inc

Lanai Community Benefit Fund of HCF

Alexander & Baldwin Inc.
Jhamandas Watumull Fund
Lloyd Moore Foundation

Julia Temple Davis Brown Foundation
Zilber Family Foundation

Bluewater Mission
Hawaii Lodging & Tourism Association
Iris C. Hallaran Trust
James R. and Ning Z. Langworthy Fund
Keith and Polly Steiner Family Foundation
Madelyn Ross Fund

Foodland Super Market/Give Aloha
Gardner & Patricia Bemis Fund of the Minneapolis Foundation
The Movie Museum

EnviroServices & Training Center, LLC

The Cathedral of Saint Andrew
Hawaii Self Storage
HC & D
Oceanic Time Warner Cable
ConnectWorks Group Hawaii