OHA Mālama Loans helps Kalei’s Lunchbox grow to open new location
Sponsored by OHA Mālama Loans
Kalei’s Lunchbox is all about serving up ono local food. The business started as a food truck, and it just recently opened its first restaurant location on Maui thanks in part to the support of the Valley Isle community and OHA Mālama Loans. HI Now host Kainoa Carlson spoke to the owners to learn more about their journey.
You can find out more about Kalei’s Lunchbox at foodtruckmaui.com or on Facebook and Instagram: @kaleislunchbox.
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is committed to ensuring Native Hawaiians and their ‘ohana have access to resources to assist them in pursuing their financial goals. Through caring, supportive growth, our lending program can provide Native Hawaiians with an improved sense of economic well-being.
Through these programs, Native Hawaiians have expanded businesses, improved homes, continued their educations and more. The OHA Loan program consist of two programs: the Native Hawaiian Revolving Loan Fund (NHRLF), established in 1985 and funded by and overseen by the Administration for Native Americans (ANA), and the Consumer Micro Loan Program. We have decided to put them under one umbrella, called the OHA Loans Program, so that consumers can find a loan based on their needs more easily.
For those interested in learning more about OHA Mālama Loans, visit loans.oha.org. The loan process is all done online, and you can also call your neighborhood OHA Office with questions or if you need support with the process.
For more information: loans.oha.org, or on Facebook: @officeofhawaiianaffairs and Instagram: @oha_hawaii
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