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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.

Hālau Kū Māna

Honolulu, HI

Hālau Kū Māna

Hālau Kū Māna fosters lifelong learners who think, feel and act in ways that are pono (Hawaiian for “righteous”) as they seek positive, systemic change in their local, regional and global communities.

Kumano I Ke Ala

Waimea, HI

Kumano I Ke Ala

Working to build a foundation of Aloha ‘Aina through Native Hawaiian education, Kumano I Ke Ala dedicates itself to growing self-directed, critical thinkers for a sustainable West Kauai.

Laukahi

Honolulu, HI

Laukahi

Laukahi and its partners are dedicated to conserving Hawaiʻi’s native plants—the foundation of healthy ecosystems that sustain all life.

Conservation Council for Hawai’i

Honolulu, HI

Conservation Council for Hawai’i

Conservation Council for Hawai’i is dedicated to protecting native Hawaiian plants, animals and ecosystems for future generations.

Hui O Ho’ohonua

EWA BEACH, HI

Hui O Ho’ohonua

HOH808 works to heal the wounds of the multicultural communities bordering Pu’uloa (Pearl Harbor) through the restoration and management of Kapapapuhi Point Park.

Hawai’i Alliance for Progressive Action

Kapaa, HI

Hawai’i Alliance for Progressive Action

Hawai’i Alliance for Progressive Action seeks to empower communities to value people and environment ahead of corporate profits, emphasizing programs that build regenerative food systems, political power and local democracy.

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.

Hawai‘i Marine Animal Response – Hawai‘i Marine Mammal Alliance

Kailua, HI

Hawai‘i Marine Animal Response – Hawai‘i Marine Mammal Alliance

Hawai‘i Marine Mammal Alliance seeks to undertake actions that results in the preservation, recovery and stewardship of Hawaii’s protected marine species.

Akaka Foundation for Tropical Forests

Hilo, HI

Akaka Foundation for Tropical Forests

This group works to enhance and promote a forest stewardship ethic that embraces biocultural restoration and conservation strategies through integration of traditional and western knowledge and strategic cooperation among private and public organizations.

PangeaSeed Foundation

Hilo, HI

PangeaSeed Foundation

PangeaSeed Foundation works to empower individuals and communities to create meaningful environmental change for oceans through artivism, education and science.

808 Cleanups

Honolulu, HI

808 Cleanups

808 Cleanups is committed to restoring Hawaii’s natural beauty by empowering volunteers to conduct decentralized cleanups, saving Hawaii’s indigenous ecosystem through education and building sustainable solutions with community partners.

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.

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