All Saints’ accept gifts to the Organ Reconstruction Project via check, credit card, cash, stock or other tangible assets. Gifts of every size are important to the success of our vision to reconstruct Kaua‘i’s only pipe organ. Gifts can be pledged over three years (2017-2019) and are tax-deductible.
To make a credit card donation you can visit any of the following sites:
Gifts can also be mailed to:
All Saints’ Organ Project
PO Box 248, Kapa‘a, Hawai‘i 96746
Employee Matching: Some employers will match the gifts provided by their employees to educational and philanthropic organizations. Please inquire to find out if your employer provides such support.
The Need and How We Are Going to Get There
Sanctuary & Building
floors, construct organ chamber and mount current organ façade, relocate sacristy to southside ante room, modernize electrical, and improve lighting.
Hire a firm to assist with the capital campaign branding, literature, website, and grant writing.
Organ Pipes & Components
Sourcing pipes, chests and other organ components that would either be new and/or used and could be completely renovated and installed to provide a high quality, reliable and serviceable instrument.
Accommodate small profile “choir” type console that is tropical resistant and could be placed in the south transept.
*Estimated Project Budgets
“As a part of the younger generation of the church, having access to the beautiful and unique music produced by the organ allows me to connect to my childhood and roots while at the same time growing in new spiritual experiences.” — Casey Nakamura
Capital Campaign Fundraising Goals
Lead Benefactor Gift
All Saints' Leadership Gifts
All Saints' ‘Ohana Gifts
Community and Friends
Building upon the initial gift in 1925 by Mrs. S.W. Wilcox, we are deeply honored and thankful that the Sloggett Family, descendants of Mrs. Wilcox, have provided our lead benefactor gift. Their generosity now extends two centuries and beyond—this is more than a gift . . . it is a legacy given in honor of their ‘Ohana and to the Glory of God. We are profoundly humbled by their continued support and we are honored to dedicate the instrument as “The Sloggett/Wilcox ‘Ohana Organ.”