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Prince Commitment

Taking Care of our Community

Prince Waikiki holds a rich history of being home to an ancient Hawaiian estuary where weary travelers once gathered for rest and rejuvenation and where the land and sea offered immerse natural resources. With this deep connection to the history of Oahu, Prince Waikiki is committed to not only honoring the past but establishing the future for new generations of locals and visitors alike.

The Prince Commitment was created with this purpose in mind – support the community the same way the community continues to support us. And as our guests, you also contribute to this effort. By providing only $1 for each night of your stay, you are helping to improve Hawaii. The Prince Commitment is dedicated to supporting local partners that share the same core values as us, including Maui relief efforts, Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii, Make-A-Wish® Hawaii, the Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA) and Anuenue School.

We thank you for helping us support these local organizations so we can continue to perpetuate and cultivate a better Hawaii for tomorrow and beyond.

Maui Relief Efforts

In light of the recent events in Maui, our hearts go out to all those affected. We are actively collaborating with the Hawaii Community Foundation – Maui Strong Fund, to provide assistance to those who have been impacted.

Sustainable Coastlines

Established in 2010 by a small group of friends, Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii has grown into a full-time nonprofit organization that works hard to inspire better consumer behaviors and continued coastal stewardship through cleanups, education and more.

Make a Wish Hawaii photo with a son with his arms around his father and mother posing in front of a red car.

Make-A-Wish® Hawaii

Make-A-Wish® Hawaii strives to grant life-changing wishes for Hawaii’s children with critical illnesses. From custom tree houses to ski adventures in Utah, Make-A-Wish® Hawaii focuses on creating strength, hope and transformation within our children and our community.

A couple wearing straw hats walking down the decorative stairs of the Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA) in Honolulu, HI.

Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA)

Opened to the public in 1927, the Honolulu Museum of Art focuses on inspiring Hawaii through transformative art experiences that celebrate creativity, cultivate wonder, and enhance knowledge to deepen the connection amongst each other and the world we share.

A classroom in Honolulu, HI with a table for two. Backpacks are placed on the back of the two chairs and school work with pencil cases are placed on the desk.

Anuenue School

A small immersion school where students are taught purely through the medium of the Hawaiian language, Anuenue concentrates on teaching today’s youth about Hawaii’s cultural traditions and nurturing our native language.

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