E mālama mau ana i
ka ʽāina o Maunalua

Taking perpetual care of the land of Maunalua
Volunteers preparing to plant a ti plant

Who We Are

The Hui is a nonprofit connecting the community to the ʽāina of Maunalua through volunteerism, stewardship, and education.
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Kaiwi Talk Story: Saving Sandy Beach

August 24, 2024
Can't-miss opportunity to learn from Save Sandy Beach veterans about how they organized and won!

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Keawāwa Thursdays

July 25, 2024
Mālama the marshes with us on Thursday afternoons from 3:30-5!

Kaiwi Afternoons

July 28, 2024
Kaiwi Mauka volunteer days twice a month! Join us as we build the Kaiwi Coast community through service.

Keawāwa Thursdays 8/1/24

August 1, 2024
Mālama the marshes with us on Thursday afternoons from 3:30-5!

Kaiwi Afternoons

August 7, 2024
Kaiwi Mauka volunteer days twice a month! Join us as we build the Kaiwi Coast community through service.

Keawāwa Thursdays 8/8/24

August 8, 2024
Mālama the marshes with us on Thursday afternoons from 3:30-5!

Second Saturday at Keawāwa Wetland

August 10, 2024
Get outdoors and volunteer at Keawāwa Wetland. Develop a relationship with the land and feel the aloha!
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He aliʽi ka ʽāina;
he kauwā ke kanaka

The land is a chief; man is its servant

ʽŌlelo No’eau: Hawaiian Proverbs & Poetical Sayings #531, © Bishop Museum
Photo by Greg Knudsen

What We Do

We serve the ʽāina by:
  • Educating the public about Hawaiian culture, history and ecology;
  • Hosting community workdays & events; and
  • Partnering with public and private organizations to acquire & protect irreplaceable landscapes in perpetuity.

Mahalo to
Our Partners

for making it all possible by funding our land acquisitions and supporting our conservation plans
Meet Our Partners

Support Us

Your donation helps us grow and protect the cultural and natural resources of Maunalua in perpetuity.