Hogan Entrepreneurial Program | Nonprofit Business Plan Competition

Nonprofit Business Plan Competition

The Hogan/American Savings Bank Nonprofit Business Plan Competition at Chaminade University is open to nonprofit organizations planning to start new ventures that will benefit society. Held every other year, The competition aims to encourage excellence in nonprofit planning and help make new and innovative social enterprises a reality. The Competition also hopes to stimulate public interest in the nonprofit sector.

Hogan / American Savings Bank Nonprofit Business Plan Competition - 2014

Chaminade University's Hogan Entrepreneurial Program and American Savings Bank conducted a Business Plan Competition held exclusively for the nonprofit sector.

2012 winners!
2012 Winners!

The winners of the competition were:

  • $10,000 Hi'ilei Aloha LLC (Mobile Certified Kitchen and Poi Mill)
  • $6,000 Hope Services Hawaii ("Malama Our Kupuna" Recycled Housing Project)
  • $4,000 Kanu Hawaii (Engage Donors)
  • $2,000 Waikiki Health Center (Next Step Job Training Janitorial School)
  • $1,000 & 80 hours of free consulting services from Olomana Loomis ISC to "Most Compelling" Full Life Hawaii (Adult Community Autism Program)
  • $1,000 Finalist Business Law Corps
  • $1,000 Finalist BizGym Foundation (Business Literacy for All)
  • $1,000 Finalist United Cerabral Palsy Association (Recycle Bicycle)

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