HĀʻAWI MAI

support 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!

Mahalo for your support!

We deeply mahalo gifts of any size. Your contribution is an investment in Aloha ʻĀina programs and education at Kuamoʻo.

 

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

Due to COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings, Kuamoʻo is closed to visitors at this time. *Please excuse the appearance of our website* While our ʻāina rests, we are updating our site to include more content and ways to engage with us in a virtual setting. Please check back soon.