January: Building Construction continues… Fire sprinklers installed, Roofing Completed
Feb 17, 2018 : Topping OFF ceremony with building contractors and major donors
Feb 20, 2018: 1st Board Meeting held at KPCC Bldg
7th Major Fundraising Event will be held on April 21, 2018 at Kauai Marriott
Site Construction began January 2017
Capital Campaign continues, Tile Appeal for Businesses.
6th Major Fundraising Event held on April 29, 2017 at Kauai Marriott
October: Beam Installation, Trenching, electrical boxes installed
November: Installation of Trusses.
Grove Farm Community Swap meet
Sheraton Table 53 Beneficiary on January 2016
Groundbreaking Ceremony on March 29, 2016
5th Fundraising held on April 30, 2016
Syngenta Corn Harvest Fundraising May 2016
4th Fundraising held on May 16, 2015
Selection of a contractor
KPCC 4th Annual Fund Raising Event at the Kauai Marriott Resort & Beach Club, May 16th
Selection of a contractor anticipated by year end
Ground breaking anticipated by year end
KPCC 3rd Annual Fund Raising Event at the Kauai Marriott Resort & Beach Club, May 3rd.
Class 4 Zoning approved on May 24, 2014
Submission of Building Permit
Strategic Planning completed on January.
The feasibility study was completed on January 31st.
February 2013, Executed a contract with Ron Agor Architecture, LLC to initiate site preparations and development as project manager and present an architectural design to build the first phase of the Cultural Center Building.
Completion of Business plan.
Execution of 100-year license with Grove Farm for the adjoining 11+ acre parcel.
Acceptance of key community leaders to serve as Board of Governors.
First fundraising event on April 14, 2012 at the Kauai Marriott Resort and Beach Club netted the organization proceeds in excess of $82,000
Spring 2012 additional legislative Grant in Aid award in the amount of $1.5 million was approved for the building.
July 25th a historic action taken by the Kauai County Administration was unanimously approved by members of the County Council to award KPCC a 99 year License Agreement for 3.5 acres of prime location next to the YMCA swimming pool.
August 18th, Rose Churma, President of FilCom Center in O‘ahu, facilitated a discussion with several community stake holders representing Filipino Organizations, the business community, and other non profit organizations.
Sept 2012, John Latkiewicz of Small Business Development Corp. was contracted to develop and complete a Feasibility Study for KPCC.
Corporation was with the State of Hawaii, Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs on February 15, 2011
$30,000 was earmarked for a feasibility study for the project by the State Legislative “Grant in Aid” funding.
Kauai Philippine Cultural Center received non-profit organization designation of 501© (3) of the Code. The organization qualifies to receive donations.
Kauai Filipino Chamber of Commerce President Lesther Calipjo inaugural speech calling for unity and the creation of a cultural center.
10 Filipino community leaders meet regularly, with the assistance of Michael Dahilig to formulate the Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws for a new organization: Kauai Philippine Cultural Center.