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The Moanalua Gardens Community Association (MGCA) was established in 1960 by like-minded neighbors who wanted to give a voice to their community concerns without the regulation of City Neighborhood Boards. Join us in creating a vibrant and connected community!

MGCA meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at 7 PM via this Zoom link.

  • We welcome to our meetings Moanalua Gardens residents, neighbors, community members, and others who have interest in making our community a better place.
  • Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.



MGCA Meetings

MGCA meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at 7 PM via Zoom.

All Moanalua Gardens residents and stakeholders are invited to our meetings. Please email us if you have any questions or concerns. Before joining the meeting, please add your name.


Meeting ID: 825 1817 7355

Passcode: 493750


Calendar & Community Events

MGCA Calendar:

The MGCA plans on hosting community events and there are exclusive benefits for MGCA members. In previous years, MGCA members were invited to discounted and free events hosted by the MGCA.

Upcoming 2024 Events:

MGCA Installation Dinner (July 13, 2024)

Moanalua Fall Fest (October 2024)

MGCA Christmas Dinner (December 2024)

Join Us

Since 1960, MGCA continues to promote the welfare of residents in the Moanalua Gardens community through civic engagement and social events. Following the end to the COVID-19 public health emergency, MGCA resumed operations in Fall 2023. Your MGCA is here to serve and promote the well-being of residents in our community for future generations.

Any adult can be a MGCA member! Residency in Moanalua Gardens is NOT required.

Benefits of being an MGCA MEMBER for just $15/year:

  • Monthly newsletters and directory of members
  • Events for our community throughout the year
  • Monthly board meetings with law enforcement, elected officials, and others
  • Board members and officers voted in by you to resolve community issues
  • Express your community concerns and ideas
  • Recognize worthy graduating high school seniors of MGCA members with a scholarship (info to be announced)

Interest Form:

Pay Dues

MGCA is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization dedicated to the growth and strength of our community through sponsoring various activities and events, including the

Installation Dinner on Saturday, July 13, 2024 and Christmas Party in December.

1) Please make a $15 check payable to Moanalua Gardens Community Association

2) Mail to Bryan Ito



ONLY CHECKS are accepted at this time. Email us if you want to pay your dues online.

Our Purpose

The purposes of the Association are to:

  • promote the welfare of the people in the Moanalua Gardens Community and its neighborhood, and
  • to work for the promotion of friendly relationships among its members and the community at large;
  • to provide scholarships for worthy graduating high school seniors;
  • to plan and initiate various activities and projects for the general welfare of its members and to foster a spirit of brotherhood through such activities and projects;
  • to secure benefits for the members of the Association through group action in matters concerning the entire community;
  • to accept contributions, gifts, bequests or devices for the purposes of the Association and to engage in any other activity not otherwise prohibited to it by law or regulation.

These activities shall be carried out to the extent and in such manner that they further charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501 (c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended or superseded from time to time.



1) Is Moanalua Gardens a homeowners association (HOA) community?

No. MGCA is a Domestic Nonprofit Corporation (

2) Is membership voluntary or mandatory?


3) How much are the Association fees?

$15 per household (as of 2024).

4) Does Moanalua have a Neighborhood Board?

No. Moanalua has 2 community associations: Moanalua Gardens Community Association (MGCA) and Moanalua Valley Community Association (MVCA). These associations serve the same advocacy purpose as Neighborhood Boards and can host fun events for our community.

5) How can we get your newsletters, if any?

Newsletters can be viewed at

Scouts BSA (Aloha Council Troop 9)

MGCA is the charter organization for the Moanalua Troop 9 Boy Scouts. As a member of Troop 9, boys ages 11-17 learn to become leaders as they work toward Scouting’s highest rank: Eagle.

If you are interested in joining or have any questions regarding the Scouts BSA (Aloha Council Troop 9), please contact Michelle Sakamoto at

Aloha Council Troop 9 - Moanalua

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2024 Board of Directors

i. Kelley Abe

ii. Representative Micah Aiu

iii. Curtis Hayashi

iv. Bryan Ito

v. Aaron Johanson

vi. Senator Donna Mercado Kim

vii. Bill Ogawa

viii. Michelle Sakamoto

ix. Pat Young