• On Owning A Business in Kailua

    Recent news about halting the promotion of Kailua as a tourist destination has stirred debate. Gloria Garvey, however, views this influx of Windward visitors to be positive for the community in writing, “The health and well being of Kailua’s small businesses has benefited enormously from the visitors who come here.” Continue reading

  • Strong Footing

    The Harold K.L. Castle Foundation celebrates 50 years of giving. “We’re not about cynicism,” said Terrence R. George, Foundation vice president and chief operating officer. “We’re about possibilities. We fund dreamers who have their heads in the clouds and feet on the ground.” Continue reading

  • Preparing for a graceful exit

    Kaneohe Ranch and Harold K.L. Castle Foundation president and CEO Mitch D’Olier prepares for a graceful exit. But one thing people don’t have to worry about is the future of the Harold K.L. Castle Foundation. Continue reading

  • $43,000 grant to help Waimanalo kids improve oral health

    The Harold K.L. Castle Foundation grants $372,324 to six community health organizations, including a partnership with Waimanalo Health Center and Blanche Pope Elementary School for dental education programs. Other grant recipients are Malama Maunalua, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the Pacific American Foundation, the University of Hawaii Foundation and the Council on Foundations. Continue reading