Hawaii - Ways You Can Help


Ways you can help and make a difference in Hawaii

Kauai Island

Build a cat sanctuary

Kauai has a problem with many homeless cats. There are several volunteers who trap, neuter, return and feed them. They also rescue kittens and try to find homes for them after they get them fixed. In many cases kittens and cats can’t go back to where they were found. In those cases, they try to re-locate them to […]

Kauai Island

Renovate a clubroom for the Boys and Girls Club

The Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii (“BGCH”) clubhouse in Kapaa, on Kauai Island needs extension and much renovation. On Kauai, BGCH serves more than 300 children per day and over 1,200 youth per year. Kapaa Clubhouse and Waimea Outreach serves youth who reside in  “disadvantaged neighborhoods”. Unfortunately, more than half of those residents are Native Hawaiian. […]

Kauai Island

Preserving a Beach Park

In 1994, two years after Hurricane Iniki devastated the island of Kauai, the local community came together to build Kamalani Playground, a 4,000 square foot wooden playground in Lydgate Park. Over the ensuing years, the community developed a master plan for Lydgate Park that included the creation of sports fields, overnight camp sites, 2-1/2 miles of walking/bicycling path, and […]

Kauai Island

Help at a community farm

This Community Farm is situated on a long term lease at Wai Koa Plantation. This land hosts the 2-acre Kauai Food Forest project, the 42-plot Kalihiwai Community Garden, a livestock pasture and a 2-acre chicken and vegetable farm. When this land project is complete, these will contribute to a fully integrated 7-acre education and research site for modeling […]

Kauai Island

Help provide fresh food in charter schools

There are four Hawaiian Charter Schools on Kauai, which are located in the West, Central and East sides of the island (2 in Kekaha/West, 1 in Puhi/Central, 1 in Anahola/East). These schools receive less funding then public schools, have no state sponsored food programs, yet have the highest concentrations of economically challenged native Hawaiian students […]


Help complete a cultural center

In a low-income part of Honolulu, there is a ‘hale‘, a cultural center being constructed that will assist local families reconnect with their Hawaiian heritage and help redefine them in a more positive and healthy way. In years to come, many young Hawaiian men and women will come to this hale to learn traditional dance, learn about working with […]

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