established in 1981
Our Mission: The Imperial Sovereign Court of Hawai‘i exists to offer positive support for the betterment of all humankind throughcharitable, cultural, educational, and social activities.
The Imperial Sovereign Court of Hawai'i at a Glance
Found in 1981 by a former Empress (VI) of the Imperial Court of L.A./Hollywood, Charmaine Lee Anderson, the Imperial Sovereign Court of Hawai'i is a Chapter of the International Court System.
In 1965, Jose Sarria proclaimed herself the Empress of San Francisco, and laid the foundation for the formation of the Imperial Court de San Francisco. Today, the International Court System (https://internationalcourtsystem.org) has over 65 chapters in the United States, Canada and Mexico, making us the second largest GLBT organization in the world.
The Imperial Sovereign Court of Hawai‘i (ISCOH) is a non-profit, charitable organization that abides by all 501c3 rules and laws of the United States Federal Government, the State of Hawai‘i, and the International Court Council. We strive to help other communities, agencies, organizations, and individuals in need. All affiliates, events, and fundraisers associated with the ISCOH follow strict rules governed by By-Laws. If there are any comments, issues, or discrepancies please feel free to contact The Imperial Sovereign Court of Hawai‘i Board of Directors. We will be more than happy to answer any questions, share our reports, or accommodate you however you may need. The ISCOH is a Chapter of the International Court System. In service to the crown and the community that we serve. Long live the Monarchy, The Board of Directors.
The Imperial Hula Scholarship Fund
We are the only LGBTQ2S+ Hawaiian culture-based "pageant." We welcome contestants of all diversities and do not discriminate on any basis, including sex, sexual preference and sexual orientation. While we hold the integrity of our culture at utmost, we encourage our contestants to be creative and have fun. After all, this is a FUNdraiser. All monies raised go towards students furthering their education in Hawaiian Language and/or studies.
Educational and Social
Raising money and awareness while having fun
From selling Christmas Tree cut-outs for people living with HIV/AIDS to our "Lucky Charms" event on Saint Patrick's Day to benefit the Shriner's Hospital, we are out in the community raising money and awareness, while having fun. Our team walks in the Annual Honolulu AIDS Walk, serves meals and spreads holiday cheer to the less fortunate and also attends most island-wide pageants and events. The list of projects and beneficiaries go on and we are proud of our work in the community.
Hawai'i Coronation XLII
Saturday, October 21, 2023
Contact The Imperial Sovereign Court of Hawai'i
Get in touch with The Imperial Sovereign Court of Hawai'i to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.
P.O. Box 8761
Honolulu HI, 96815