Volunteer Days


Kipuka Olowalu

The Learning

The Olowalu Cultural Reserve is open for schools and other educational organizations to come and learn about the environment and the culture of the Native Hawaiian land and practices. Our team works hard to create a learning environment for people of all ages to participate in the continuation of the Hawaiian spirit.

Take Action

Native Hawaiian culture is more than what people think. It’s more than just Lūʻaus and tourism; there are a lot of threats to the culture and the place and each individual can make a difference in what they do. Starting with us. Embracing Cultural and Environmental Connectivity is the first step to a journey of change, and as one we can manifest a great future for our Earth and Keiki.

7:30AM-11:30AM

Kipuka Olowalu


About the organizer

Our goal is to cultivate cultural and ecological connectivity for all. The Olowalu Cultural Reserve is open for schools and other educational organizations to come and learn about the environment and the culture of the Native Hawaiian land and practices. Our team works hard to create a learning environment for people of all ages to participate in the continuation of the Hawaiian spirit. Our mission is to perpetuate the tradition and customary practices of kanaka maoli of these Hawaiʻi Islands and promote opportunities to regain the spiritual connection of hānai ‘āina of our ancestors by ensuring these beliefs and customs are passed down to future generations. To foster in longevity an intuitive comprehension of cultural and environmental connectivity through the educational practice of activities that honor Hawaiʻi’s heritage and will strengthen the community for generations to come.

Wed 4/24/2024 7:30am-11:30am

  • One Time Commitment
  • Set Schedule
  • Specific Location
Good For

Kids, Teens, Families, Students

Activity Type

Outdoor, Help Plants & Nature, Cleanup, Physical Labor

Cause

Environmental Conservation, Cultural Preservation, Education & Training, Community Engagement, Non Profit Support

Requirements

RSVP Required

Volunteer Days


Kipuka Olowalu

The Learning

The Olowalu Cultural Reserve is open for schools and other educational organizations to come and learn about the environment and the culture of the Native Hawaiian land and practices. Our team works hard to create a learning environment for people of all ages to participate in the continuation of the Hawaiian spirit.

Take Action

Native Hawaiian culture is more than what people think. It’s more than just Lūʻaus and tourism; there are a lot of threats to the culture and the place and each individual can make a difference in what they do. Starting with us. Embracing Cultural and Environmental Connectivity is the first step to a journey of change, and as one we can manifest a great future for our Earth and Keiki.

7:30AM-11:30AM

Wed 4/24/2024 7:30am-11:30am

  • One Time Commitment
  • Set Schedule
  • Specific Location
Good For

Kids, Teens, Families, Students

Activity Type

Outdoor, Help Plants & Nature, Cleanup, Physical Labor

Cause

Environmental Conservation, Cultural Preservation, Education & Training, Community Engagement, Non Profit Support

Requirements

RSVP Required

Kipuka Olowalu


About the organizer

Our goal is to cultivate cultural and ecological connectivity for all. The Olowalu Cultural Reserve is open for schools and other educational organizations to come and learn about the environment and the culture of the Native Hawaiian land and practices. Our team works hard to create a learning environment for people of all ages to participate in the continuation of the Hawaiian spirit. Our mission is to perpetuate the tradition and customary practices of kanaka maoli of these Hawaiʻi Islands and promote opportunities to regain the spiritual connection of hānai ‘āina of our ancestors by ensuring these beliefs and customs are passed down to future generations. To foster in longevity an intuitive comprehension of cultural and environmental connectivity through the educational practice of activities that honor Hawaiʻi’s heritage and will strengthen the community for generations to come.

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