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First Generation

Overview

Hauʻoli Mau Loa Foundation established funding relationships with six different nonprofit organizations in Hawaiʻi during the period before the Foundation was fully funded in February 2008. We refer to these nonprofit organizations as “First Generation” partners.

Contributions to Mission

Background

First Generation Partners are often referred to as “Legacy Partners” because the relationship dates back many years and before the Foundation was staffed. In one case, our benefactor helped to establish the relationship with a First Generation Partner. With the others, the relationship developed more recently, but all before 2008.

While not connected through any common goals, each of these partner organizations contributes, in very different ways, to the Foundation's mission.

Partners

Rescues quality donated food and delivers it free of charge

Provides opportunities and environments that strengthen and encourage youth

Fulfill an important educational and conservation purpose

Encourages the development of mutual respect, sense of belonging and a passion for learning

Provides support to the Kōke‘e Discovery Center on the island of Kaua‘i

Creates, produces, and distributes educational programs for children

Media

Aloha Harvest: Food Rescue & Dreaming of a New Future


City & County of Honolulu and Aloha Harvest - April 26 2020 Food Distribution - COVID-19 Response


A Day in the Life of Aloha Harvest


Hale Kipa- INSPIRE


Hale Kipa- TRANSITIONS


Hale Kipa Grand Opening 2020


A Shared Vision: The Kōkeʻe Discovery Center Story (Waimea, Kauaʻi)


Ho`ala School Video Oct 2015