Boutiki is a non-profit gift shop that has been located on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam for the last 41 years. Customers always find an ever-changing selection of Hawaiian-themed gifts, tropical home décor and unique jewelry at great prices. The shop’s friendly volunteers and staff are comprised of military spouses from all services and of all ranks. Boutiki’s profits are donated to charity annually, and the money stays here on Oahu to benefit our military ohana. Since its inception in 1973, Boutiki has donated more than three quarters of a million dollars back to the community.
Hours, Directions and Information
Boutiki is open 9:00am – 1:00pm on Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday as well as 1:00pm – 6:00pm on Wednesdays. The store is closed on Thursdays and Sundays.
The store is located at 640 Club Road on Pearl Harbor. From North Road, turn onto Pearl Harbor Blvd (the street where the Chapel and NEX Fleet Store are located), stay to the left at the veer in the road, drive past Scott Pool, Boutiki will be on the left.
640 Club Road on Pearl Harbor Phone: (808) 422-6662 Email: email@example.com
Boutiki’s Mission and Structure
Boutiki strives to make a positive impact in the military community. The primary purpose of Boutiki Gift Shop is to generate donations for military and military support charities on Oahu. Boutiki is also honored to provide opportunities for military spouses to sell crafts, volunteer and work, and is delighted to offer shoppers with unique gift and home décor items at good prices.
Boutiki is primarily staffed and operated by volunteers. Volunteers and staff are comprised of spouses from all branches of military services and of all ranks.
Boutiki’s Charitable Giving
Boutiki’s charitable donations support military and military family support organizations on Oahu.
In 1974 Boutiki was just getting started but still donated $100. By 1980 Boutiki had donated more than $56,000 to local military charities. Subsequent years have reflected a large growth in both sales and donations.
Earlier this year Boutiki donated a total of $41,000 among 37 local military support organizations. Recipients included local national organizations such as JBPHH and Kaneohe American Red Cross Centers, USO Hawaii, Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund, and National Military Family Association. Boutiki also supported local organizations that support military families, such as base school PTOs, booster clubs, band boosters, JROTC Programs, local swim teams and many others.
Since incorporating in 1973, Boutiki has donated more than three quarters of a million dollars to local military support organizations.
Charitable funding request applications are available through February and March each year and donations are awarded each April.