Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg own a controversial US$100 million compound in Hawaii, but now they’re donating in support of Hawaiian jobs. Photos: @zuck; @gohawaii/Instagram
Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg own a controversial US$100 million compound in Hawaii, but now they’re donating in support of Hawaiian jobs. Photos: @zuck; @gohawaii/Instagram

Mark Zuckerberg saves Hawaii? How the Facebook mogul and wife Priscilla Chan poured millions into a jobs programme in Kauai where they own a controversial US$100 million compound

  • The couple’s US$100 million compound on Kauai’s North Shore – and 1.8 metre wall around the property – has long caused controversy
  • But their donation to the Hawaii Community Foundation will support up to 400 workers with temporary jobs, a weekly salary and free health insurance

Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg own a controversial US$100 million compound in Hawaii, but now they’re donating in support of Hawaiian jobs. Photos: @zuck; @gohawaii/Instagram
Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg own a controversial US$100 million compound in Hawaii, but now they’re donating in support of Hawaiian jobs. Photos: @zuck; @gohawaii/Instagram
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