KEY Project provides a variety of functional spaces for our community to reserve and use for their celebrations, events, meetings, and more.  Whether it's for personal or business needs, our facilities are able to accommodate capacities of a few to a few hundred in a various combinations of rooms.  Explore the possibilities below and contact us with your inquiry for date availability and reservation questions.  

Pavilion & Portico

The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Pavilion offers a high open beam ceiling  and a spacious setting for large parties, performances, and presentations.

The pavilion is the perfect space for 1st birthdays, graduation parties, weddings, memorials-celebrations of life, hōʻike performances and concerts as well as seminars, training, and conferences seating up to 250.


Currently, the multi-purpose pavilion is home to ongoing  ʻohana events, regular healthy meal service for kūpuna, monthly food distributions, church services, and KEY Project fundraisers and celebrations.  It is also home to several community halau, school group use, and serves as a backdrop of movie screenings and more!

Meeting Spaces

Host your next event, meeting, or gathering with us.

Our classrooms and meeting rooms offer options for classes, lectures, break out sessions, board meetings, or trainings for our business users.  For other ideas, our smaller room options have been ideal locations for baby showers, paint nights, intimate family reunions, and dressing rooms as an add on to the pavilion.  

Currently, these spaces are used by organizations such as the Kahaluʻu Neighborhood Board, as well as being home to karate classes and a youth performance group for their rehearsal space. 

Certified Commercial Kitchen

We are proud to support the economic interests of our community by making our commercial kitchen available to small businesses and educational partners. 

As part of our mission, the kitchen is available for local food providers and chefs to have a safe, accessible space to prepare quality meals as part of their business needs, or in support of KEY Project's programming and events.  Our kitchen is an anchor location for our regular kūpuna healthy meal services, community food provision during our hosted events and classes, and serves as a place to educate others in proper food handling and preparation skills.  

Most recently, caterers have joined us to cook for our Koʻolau ʻOhana Festival, food truck vendors have had a larger space to prepare for their daily work, and our workforce development program has had in house opportunities to share food handling and kitchen skills with participants.  

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KEY Project is a U.S. tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization (ID# 99-0118209)