Oops! You must enter a search term greater than 3 characters.

Invite reviews

Invite friends and colleagues to share their experiences with this nonprofit
2 Reviews
Write A Review
January 18, 2014


January 18, 2014

Hawaiian acres road corp. is the most dysfunctional , hostile, self serving board I have ever experienced. They do not fulfill their responsibility to this community, refuse to release financial information when requested and assume that they "own and control" all easement rights in this sub. Div. . They have destroyed property owners property value by continuously trenching in to privately owned acreage, yet refuse to repair the roads they do not have some personal association with.
You may not question them at meeting without disparagement and a refusal to respond.
I have recently noticed that in spite of professing they have no money from community donations, to repair roads, (which, they request in bill form twice a year) they spend nearly twenty five percent of what community funds they do receive on office expenditures.??????! ! should you request matching funds for a road project as a property owner....chance is you are denied.
Hawaiian Acres Road Corporation needs to be placed into receivership as well as Hawaiian Acres Community Association. Both for failing in their responsibility to this community. Both boards want the authority just not the responsibility.

Ways to make it better...

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Put both Hawaiian Acres Road Corp., and, Hawaiian Acres Community Association into Recievership

More feedback...

Would you volunteer for this group again?


For the time you spent, how much of an impact did you feel your work or activity had?


Did the organization use your time wisely?


Would you recommend this group to a friend?


When was your last experience with this nonprofit?


Write A Review

Support This Nonprofit

Help this nonprofit get more reviews

5 tips for getting reviews

5 tips for getting reviews...

  1. Sending an email to clients, volunteers, donors, board members, and other partners with a link to your profile page.
  2. Putting a link on your Web site
  3. Including a link in your email newsletter
  4. Putting a link in the signature of your email
    Putting a link on your facebook page and status updates
  5. Tweeting out a link to your twitter followers