Sacred Flower Productions ~ 501(c)(3) Non-Profit

Sacred Flower Productions is a part of Inter-Nation Cultural Foundation, a Charitable 501-(c)(3) Non-Profit.

Our Mission is to share Dance ~ Yoga ~ Peaceful Martial Arts ~ Healing Arts ~ Cultural Education.

Designed to empower youth and individuals via education and experience of conscious breath and movement.
Benefits are increased health, strength, flexibility, vital capacity, endurance, self-esteem, and general well being!
Heathy individuals make healthy communities, contributing to a healthier world.

Donations help to support scholarships programs assisting children in financial need, and the perpetuation of Danse Arts Yoga Acadamie outreach projects.

To support this program please mark your tax returns as a donation to:
Sacred Flower Productions via:

For more info please view the following links:

In advance,
On behalf of the Keiki that shall benefit:
Mahalo Nui Loa.
Thank you!

About INCF:

  • Mission: The mission of INCF is to operate and engage with programs that assist and improve quality of life.
  • Vision: To promote responsible and effective philanthropy with a focus on science, art, culture, indigenous peoples, education, and personal and global sustainability. 

  • Donor Information: Inter-Nation Cultural Foundation is a global donor-direct Ca 501(c)(3) non-profit, established in 1998. All donations are tax deductible. EIN#: 33-0803517

  • What is unique about INCF's global donor-direct status?

    Sanctioned specifically by the IRS as a donor-direct non-profit, one of seven in the country, INCF has several unique abilities:
      1. Donors may specify and follow up on the use of their funds. This gives donors a deeper sense of participation, as opposed to only being able to suggest, if that, the use of their funds when giving to organizations without donor-direct status. INCF has a federal exempt status, allowing us to collect money from any state.
      2. INCF can do projects abroad, taking U.S. exempt dollars out of the country. This is unique as it is very difficult to use tax-exempt funds out of country, especially after 9/11.
      3. Unlike a foundation where a donor can deduct only 30% of their taxable income, donors are able to write off up to 50% of their taxable income. This allows donors to divert more to charitable programs, as opposed to the government.


    For all inquiries please contact Kenneth C. Hunt
    (808) 635-9128


    Inter-Nation Cultural Foundation
    P.O. Box 1271
    Kilauea, HI 96754

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