Brantley Center Incorporated is a humble 501(c)(3) non-profit Community Rehabilitation Program in Honokaʻa. We have been serving people with disabilities in the Hamakua, North and South Kohala and North Hilo districts for over fifty years.
Family owned gas station and convenience store serving Honokaa and the Big Island since 1960. Offering fuel, fresh baked goods, sandwiches, salads and the coldest drinks in town. Located on Hwy. 19 across the county arena.
For projects large or small, traditional or high design, Hamakua Framing & Structure, Inc. brings an eye for perfection and a passion for personal service to every job. We are a local and family owned full service homebuilder and remodeling general contractor setting a standard of excellence on the Island of Hawaii.
Hāmākua Harvest is a locally based 501(c)3 non-profit with a vision of a thriving and resilient Hāmākua community where our rich agricultural heritage is honored and cultivated into a collaborative and sustainable future.
The Sunday Farmers’ Market at Hāmākua Harvest offers only locally produced goods, ono food, live music, and a free educational event weekly. It’s beautiful location and celebratory character provides a vibrant social gathering place for the whole family. SNAP/EBT welcome!
Drink a coconut, buy a t-shirt and experience the warm hospitality of Hāmākua.
HFS Federal Credit Union is the largest Hawai‘i Island credit union serving over 50,000 members sharing a common bond to the Big Island. Come talk story with our staff, you’ll quickly see why we are the credit union where caring counts.
E Komo Mai (Weclome) to TEX DRIVE IN on the Big Island, located in beautiful Honoka’a, which once was a thriving sugar plantation on the Hamakua Coast. We’ve been serving “ono kine grindz” (local Hawaiian food), plus other popular menu items, for 43 years…
Founded in the year 2000, The Kohala Center is an independent, community-based center for research, conservation, and education. We turn research and traditional knowledge into action, so that communities in Hawai‘i and around the world can thrive—ecologically, economically, culturally, and socially. Our main areas of interest are energy self-reliance, food self-reliance, and ecosystem health.