The Director of the Social Community program of Al-Khalifa Business School has contributed to the Hawaiian communities with the donation of Face Shields, KN95 face mask, Adults 3 ply, Kids 3 ply package de 50 pc & 10 pc shoes cover, pandemic pack 1. Face mask 2. Headcover 3. Gown, Royal House of Kamakahelei mask, Latex Gloves, Vinyl gloves, Nitrile Gloves, disinfectant wipes, non-contact infrared Thermometer.
All the donations were received by the Royal House of Kamakahelei (Hawaii).
The Royal House of Kamakahelei (Hawaii) is a legitimate house from the bloodline of Kamakahelei, who was the only daughter of High Chief Kaumeheiwa, the son of High Chief Lonoikahaupu and High Chiefess Kamuokaumeheiwa, and his wife, High Chief Kaʻapuwai, possibly the daughter of Peleioholani, Alii Nui of Oahu and Alii Nui of Kauai.
According to tradition, her grandfather Lonoikahaupu was five generations in descent from the 13th Alii Aimoku of Kauai, Kalanikukuma. His family had traditionally ruled in Waimea and the south-western section of the island, although always in subordination to the elder line of Kauaian chiefs. It is unclear why Kamakahelei succeeded Peleioholani as the Aliʻi of Kauaʻi. It is not certain that she was his granddaughter or a close relative. The legends remain silent between the transaction of rule between the two dynasties.
H.R.H. Prince Darrick Lane Hoapili Līloa Kamakahelei Baker is the Ali‘i Nui and Head of the House of Kamakahelei and has since 2016 assumed the role of interim protector of the royal heritage of Hawai’i, including the royal orders of the former Kingdom. Prince Darrick is related to both King Kalākaua and Queen Liliʻuokalani, and a descendant of ruling ali‘i from the various pre-unification Hawaiian island domains.