The Aloha Means Program
The Aloha Means program is formed to challenge people to discover the meaning of Aloha and apply it to their lifestyle.
The program focuses on three services.
Hawaii Aloha Project
An interactive learning map featuring cultural stories developed in partnership with Hawaii schools.
Farm Feed Empower Project
A work/study program for youth 15-24 years old that teaches how to live Aloha and Pono by providing meals for our elderly food insecure from resources they learned to grow, harvest, and prepare for consumption in partnership with local farms and restaurants.
A youth and family service connecting to the Kanaka ʻŌiwi kahiko practices and traditions of Hawaii.
Population(s) Served: Young adults, Adolescents, Native Hawaiians, Economically disadvantaged people, and Farmers.
The Royal Tribute to Hawaii's Sovereign
The Royal Tribute to Hawaii’s Sovereign is a three-day event in Honolulu that commemorates the legacy of Queen Lili’uokalani and her example of Aloha with a focus on uniting the community as Kupa Hawai’i (Hawaii Citizens) moving forward to self-determination.
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