Honolulu Cookie Company is committed to giving back to our community by supporting local arts and education programs, as well as other charitable organizations. We strive to build strong relationships with the communities that we serve, sharing the spirit of aloha whereever we are. Learn more about our giveback efforts and how you can join us in supporting them.

As part of our ongoing efforts, we are honored to be able to partner with and provide support to Pu’uhale Elementary School, Helping Hands Hawaii Ready to Learn℠, and The Pantry by Feeding Hawaii Together.


Our 25th Anniversary Giveback Program

The Power of A Purchase

In celebration of our anniversary year, we’re making a commitment that for every 25th Anniversary Box Large sold, Honolulu Cookie Company will be donating 10% of the net proceeds to local non-profit organizations that support local arts and education programs: I’m a Bright Kid Foundation, Mālama ʻĀina Foundation, and KUPU.


I'm a Bright Kid Foundation

I’m A Bright Kid Foundation

Ronald E. Bright left an indelible mark on the education and theater landscape of Hawai’i and on the lives of those that he mentored. The I’m A Bright Kid Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit created to support the educational endeavors of those that are inspired to teach, and to ensure that his gift of live theater continues to thrive in our community. Their mission is to perpetuate the teachings and legacy of Mr. Ronald E. Bright by supporting the performing arts and education. To learn more, please visit: imabrightkid.org


Malama Aina Foundation

Malama Aina Foundation

Since 1998, the Mālama ʻĀina Foundation has worked to inspire "haumāna (students)" of all ages to achieve success academically and personally, through curricula and projects that integrate, teach, and apply traditional Hawaiian perspectives with STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) learning. Our Vision, Ka Hopena o Ka ‘Ike Kūpuna, a sustainable community built upon the innovations of the past, sits at the heart of all that we do. We have a strong commitment to the success of students in their education and have incorporated rigorous evaluation to all of our work. To learn more, please visit: malamaaina.org/




Founded and based in Honolulu, KUPU is Hawaiʻi's largest youth-focused conservation nonprofit. Everything KUPU does ties back into restoring the environment and unlocking the potential of youth and young adults. KUPU does this through a variety of programs, providing opportunities for people to learn, serve, and work today and lead tomorrow. To learn more about KUPU’s education, community-based national service, and green jobs programs, please visit: kupuhawaii.org


Volunteer Days

Honolulu Cookie Company is proud to offer employees the benefit of paid volunteer time each year. This encourages our employees to give back with gratitude, sharing the spirit of aloha through community service. We are excited to be able to support our employees in making their local communities a better place.