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Supported Grantees

Store-supported grantees receive funding through our Retail Grants Program. These organizations identify and work on the root causes of problems and approach issues with a commitment to long-term change.

I Nui Ke Aho

Waialua, HI

I Nui Ke Aho

Through Polynesian voyaging education aboard its traditional double-hulled sailing canoe, this group envisions a vibrant North Shore community on Oahu that understands values and protects its culture, place and people.

Malama Pupukea-Waimea

HALEIWA, HI

Malama Pupukea-Waimea

Malama Pupukea-Waimea works to replenish and sustain the natural and cultural integrity and economic well-being of Sunset Beach and the North Shore of Oahu.

University of Hawaii Foundation and Plant Extinction Prevention Program

Honolulu, HI

University of Hawaii Foundation and Plant Extinction Prevention Program

Hawaii’s Plant Extinction Prevention Program is committed to reversing the trend toward extinction by protecting wild plants and collecting seeds to establish new populations.

Malama Loko Ea Foundation

Haleiwa, HI

Malama Loko Ea Foundation

Malama Loko Ea Foundation seeks to perpetuate Native Hawaiian culture through education, land stewardship and community building, while sustainably restoring precious natural resources.

Changing Tides Foundation

Encinitas, CA

Changing Tides Foundation

Changing Tides Foundation seeks to protect our environment against single-use-plastic pollution by working with local organizations globally.

North Shore Community Land Trust

Haleiwa, HI

North Shore Community Land Trust

North Shore Community Land Trust works to protect, steward and enhance the natural landscapes, cultural heritage and rural character of ahupuaʻa from Kahuku Point to Kaʻena.

Koʻolau Mountains Watershed Partnership – ʻOhu ʻOhu Koʻolau, Inc.

Pearl City, HI

Koʻolau Mountains Watershed Partnership – ʻOhu ʻOhu Koʻolau, Inc.

Koʻolau Mountains Watershed Partnership works to assure a healthy watershed as a reliable source of high quality water for Oʻahu’s people.

Make an Impact

12/14/2019 Pali Lookout Volunteer Workday — Koʻolau Mountains Watershed Partnership – ʻOhu ʻOhu Koʻolau, Inc.

Event from Koʻolau Mountains Watershed Partnership – ʻOhu ʻOhu Koʻolau, Inc.

Kaneohe, HI, United States

12/14/2019 Pali Lookout Volunteer Workday

Koʻolau Mountains Watershed Partnership – ʻOhu ʻOhu Koʻolau, Inc.

Join Ko’olau Mountains Watershed Partnership for a day of restoration work at the recently re-opened Pali Lookout. After nearly 7 months of inaccessibility, KMWP is proud to return back to continue removal of invasive plants and if available, install native plant species.

Kalaeokaunaʻoa (Kahuku Point) Volunteer Workday — North Shore Community Land Trust

Event from North Shore Community Land Trust

Kahuku, HI, United States

Kalaeokaunaʻoa (Kahuku Point) Volunteer Workday

North Shore Community Land Trust

NSCLT hosts monthly community workdays at Kalaeokaunaʻoa (Kahuku Point). Meet on the Kahuku side of the Turtle Bay Resort parking lot near the helipad by 9 a.m. A NSCLT representative will be there to guide the group on a hike out to the point (about 20 minutes). Stewardship activities include

Join us for our December Community Workday! — Malama Loko Ea Foundation

Event from Malama Loko Ea Foundation

Haleiwa, HI, United States

Join us for our December Community Workday!

Malama Loko Ea Foundation

E hele nui kākou and join us for our monthly lā hana-community workdays. From rock wall building to invasive grass removal, we need your kōkua to continue the restoration of Loko Ea Fishpond. Age appropriate activities for the entire family—keiki and kūpuna are always welcomed. Volunteers will learn about the

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