We strive to provide loving and compassionate services for kūpuna that preserve dignity and independence in a comfortable, secure and supportive environment.

A VISION AND MISSION TO HELP OUR KUPŪNA THRIVE

Founded more than 130 years ago, Lunalilo Home's vision is to be the foremost system of elder services for Native Hawaiians. In fulfillment of the trust of King William Charles Lunalilo, the sixth reigning monarch of Hawaiʻi, our mission is to provide respectful, quality and caring services for the poor, disadvantaged and frail kūpuna of Hawaiian ancestry.

GUIDED BY HAWAIIAN VALUES

In all that we do, we emphasize the guiding principles of:Aloha — Love, compassion
Mālama — Caring
Laulima — Cooperation
Hōʻihi — Respect
Hoʻomanawanui — Patience
Lokomaikaʻi — Generosity
Pono — Doing what is right
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History of Lunalilo Home

Lunalilo Home was established by the will of High Chief William Charles Lunalilo, whose trust was to build a home to accommodate the poor, destitute, and infirmed people of Hawaiian blood or extraction, with preference given to older people. Learn More [about History of Lunalilo Home]

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Campus & Facilities

Lunalilo Home is located on five expansive, landscaped acres and is situated on the western slopes of Koko Head in Hawaiʻi Kai. Learn More [about Lunalilo home's campus and facilities]

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Leadership

The will and codicil of King Lunalilo charges the justices of the Supreme Court of Hawaiʻi to nominate and appoint three trustees to serve the William Charles Lunalilo Trust Estate. Learn More [about Lunalilo Home's leadership]

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Staff

Meet our friendly and supportive staff. Learn More [about Lunalilo Home's staff]

Partnerships

Some of Lunalilo Home's partners include:


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