The ʻAhahui Kaʻahumanu (Kaʻahumanu Society,) formed August 8, 1864, is named after Queen Kaʻahumanu; it “was established to assist each other member of this Association when they are in need (in sickness, poverty, and death)”.
Its mission statement notes it is “to commemorate important historical figures of Hawaiian heritage. The organization provides its members financial assistance for medical needs, death benefits. And, operates a cemetery for its members. The organization also renders assistance to the Lunalilo home.”