The Makua Group (TMG), a Native Hawaiian Organization (NHO), was established in 2008 with its main offices in Oahu, Hawaii.  A primary mission of TMG is to fulfill its Hawaii community service responsibilities, as required by its membership in the NHO program.  TMG is actively accomplishing this in several ways.  Through its subsidiaries TMG maintains a fulltime workforce in the state of Hawaii, predominately consisting of Native Hawaiians.   In addition to gainful employment for Native Hawaii citizens, these high-skilled jobs typically require training, which is provided by TMG, thus giving employees an opportunity for education and training that they might not otherwise have.  Additionally, TMG provides financial aid to disadvantaged Native Hawaiian people by using the assistance of an established support agency already in place in the state of Hawaii.  TMG also makes cash contributions to nonprofit organizations.  These organizations provide assistance to: elementary and secondary education, the health and wellbeing of Hawaiian citizens, organizations charged with emergency responsiveness to natural and or man made disasters, as well as supporting a wide variety of social services to include; providing resources for recreational activities for underprivileged children and low income families.  The founders of The Makua Group are Native Hawaiians and descendants of King Kamehameha's royal family.  Although the family is now scattered throughout the islands, most reside on the western side of the island of Oahu.

TMGE, LLC is a Native Hawaiian Owned, Small Disadvantaged Business; SBA Certified 8(a), for-profit subsidiary owned and operated by The Makua Group (TMG).  This company has conducted business in Hawaii and parts of the continental U.S. since 2008.