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    First Generation- HNC Kids in stream

    Photo provided by Hawaiʻi Nature Center

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    First Generation – KDCAI hike

    Photo provided by The Kōke‘e Discovery Center Association Inc.

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    First Generation- Aloha Harvest truck unloading

    Photo provided by Aloha Harvest

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    First Generation- Hale Kipa basketball players

    Photo provided by Hale Kipa

  • Photo provided by Storybook Theatre

    First Generation- Storybook inside whale

    Photo provided by Storybook Theatre

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    First Generation- Hale Kipa two boys

    Photo provided by Hale Kipa

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    First Generation- HNC kids looking through binocs

    Photo provided by Hawaiʻi Nature Center

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    First Generation- HNC kids pointing

    Photo provided by Hawaiʻi Nature Center

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    First Generation- Hoala School kids reading

    Photo provided by Hoʻāla School

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    First Generation- Hoala School plumeria kids

    Photo provided by Hoʻāla School

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    First Generation- Kokeʻe kids group shot

    Photo provided by Kokeʻe Discovery Center Association, Inc.

  • Photo provided by Storybook Theatre

    First Generation – Storybook Captain Mark

    Photo provided by Storybook Theatre

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    First Generation- Kokeʻe kids with Billy

    Photo provided by Kokeʻe Discovery Center Association, Inc.

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    First Generation- SB kids raising hands

    Photo provided by Storybook Theatre

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    First Generation- SB Lady with puppets

    Photo provided by Storybook Theatre

Programs

First Generation

Hauʻoli Mau Loa Foundation established funding relationships with six different organizations in Hawaiʻi during the period before the Foundation was fully funded. The length of our relationship with these organizations varies from more than ten years to just a few years. Each of these partner organizations contributes, in very different ways, to the Foundation’s mission.

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First Generation Partners

Aloha Harvest

No one in Hawai‘i should go hungry. At Aloha Harvest, this belief drives all that they do. Modeled after the City Harvest program in New York City, Aloha Harvest was founded in 1999.  As of March 2014, the organization has … Read More

Hale Kipa

Hale Kipa provides opportunities and environments that strengthen and encourage youth, their families and communities to actualize their potential and social responsibility. With a range of services for at-risk, high-risk youth, Hale Kipa improves the lives of youth through shelter … Read More

Hawaiʻi Nature Center

Since its humble beginnings in Makiki Valley in 1981, the Hawaiʻi Nature Center has touched the lives of over three-quarters of a million children, teachers, families and visitors.  The organization continues to fulfill an important educational and conservation purpose:  “to … Read More

Hoʻāla School

Hoʻāla School is an independent, non-sectarian, grades K-12 school located in Wahiawa, Hawaiʻi.  Hoʻāla currently serves students and families representative of the multi-cultural and socio-economically diverse population of Hawaiʻi.  Founded more than two decades ago by Sister Joan Madden and … Read More

Kōkeʻe Discovery Center Association, Inc.

The Kōke‘e Discovery Center Association Inc. (KDCAI) is an organization that provides support to the Kōke‘e Discovery Center on the island of Kaua‘i. The organization assists the State of Hawai‘i Department of Education in maintaining and preserving the Kōke‘e Discovery … Read More

Storybook Theatre

The Storybook Theatre of Hawai‘i creates, produces, and distributes educational programs for children. These innovative programs are offered at Storybook’s beautiful facility in Hanapēpē, Kaua‘i and are also broadcasted on television throughout Hawai‘i and Polynesia, as well as to several … Read More