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How you can still help by supporting future stewardship efforts at Kuamo’o

Aloha Kuamo’o ‘Aina continues to fundraise $250,000 to provide seed funding to begin aloha ‘aina activities at Kuamo’o. You can help by making a gift or signing up to volunteer. We still need your help to restore and heal this historic and special place – use the donation box below and make a gift. Every dollar counts!

On December 31, 2015, The Trust for Public Land and Aloha Kuamo’o ‘Aina shared that the historical 47-acre property was purchased and permanently protected. » Read the full press release here

Our warmest aloha and gratitude to the many public agencies, foundations, corporations, and individuals who made the purchase possible:

State Legacy Lands Fund – $3,000,000
Office of Hawaiian Affairs – $500,000
The Corners Fund for Traditional Cultures of the Combined Jewish Philanthropies – $150,000
Atherton Family Foundation – $100,000
The Dorrance Family Foundation – $75,000
Pam Omidyar – $50,000
HTA Kukulu Ola – Living Hawaiian Culture Program – $44,000
The Cooke Foundation – $20,000
Big Island Toyota – $20,000
Robert and Carol Momsen – $15,000
Hokuli‘a Community Fund – $15,000
KTA Superstores/The Taniguchi Family – $10,000
MK Kona Commons LLC – $10,000
Keauhou Canoe Club members – $5,400
Pūlama Lāna‘i – $5,000
Shelby Floyd and Bob Bonar – $5,000
Hawaiian Electric Light Company – $5,000
Neil Hannahs – $5,000
Pacifica Companies – $5,000
Gene and Meredith Clapp – $5,000
Gay Covington – $5,000
Grassroots Giving – $10,375
Vernon Oi – funded archeological survey