Foundations and entities who contributed recently to Maui County community nonprofits and others are as follows:
* Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Centers has received $25,000 from Walmart Foundation's Hawaii State Giving Council. The center was one of four Hawaii-based nonprofit organizations to receive a grant.
The agency's resource centers in Wailuku and Lahaina provide emergency and transitional housing and social services to about 600 individuals and families.
Other Hawaii nonprofits groups may apply for another round of grants; the deadline is Sept. 9.
Applications are available at the website walmartfoundation.org. The minimum grant is $25,000.
* The Women's Fund of Hawaii has given $5,000 to Maui Family Support Services, which will use the money to support the outreach and resources specialist - the agency's first step in early identification of at-risk families.
The specialist provides home-based family support.
As part of a grant-making partnership with the Omidyar 'Ohana Fund through the Hawai'i Community Foundation, a total of $37,500 was awarded to 10 Hawaii nonprofit organizations that provide programs empowering women and girls in Hawaii.