Pearl City Foundation (PCF) is a grassroots non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose purpose is to strengthen and enrich the Pearl City community by providing wholesome, family-oriented programs and events.
PCF was founded in 2000 by concerned community leaders who shared a vision to develop an underutilized Momilani Community Center into the center of the community.
PCF acquired the Momilani Community Center from a now-defunct private homeownerʼs association and now owns and operates the Momilani Community Center for the benefit of the public.
Momilani Community Center is located in the heart of Pearl Cityʼs residential area on a two-acre property that consists of a unique open-air pavilion, kitchen, swimming pool, and a large park where children play, families picnic, and family events are held. With easy access from both the H1 freeway and Kamehameha Highway, Momilani Community Center programs serve not only Pearl City residents, and neighboring residents of Halawa, Aiea, Waipahu, and Ewa; but also all residents on the entire leeward coast, central plains, and west and north shore areas.
This central location has motivated PCF to develop Momilani Community Center to its fullest potential.
PCFʼs programs and partner programs conducted at Momilani Community Center currently include youth day camps, tai chi, line dancing, Tahitian, Boy Scouts, Zumba and karate. Momilani Community Center is also the site of numerous community meetings, events and parties.
Our Halloween Bash, which brings about 1,500 people to the Momilani Community Center, is a Halloween alternative in a safe and family-friendly environment.