Give Big Hawaii
Give Big Hawaii 2021
Give Big Hawai'i is TUESDAY, and we are asking you to join us in our efforts to make this the most awesome day of giving our community has ever seen!
We are writing to ask you to take five minutes to give to Hui o Ko'olaupoko and other nonprofits that do work that you support!
Your donation of any amount will help support a range of HOK activities including native out-planting and school field trips.
Here’s how you can make a HUGE difference today:
-Make a donation!
-Spread the word. Text a friend. Forward this email. Post on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #givebighawaii.
On November 30, starting at 12AM, visit givebighawaii.com and make a donation to us and/or to any of the great participating nonprofit organizations. The links for continued giving will remain open through the month of December. We appreciate your support, and look forward to providing updates on all the great things we’ll be able to accomplish thanks to your generosity. Happy Holidays!
Support us while you shop, at no extra cost to you!
Did you know that you can generate donations while shopping, at no extra cost?
Simply start your shopping at smile.amazon.com/ch/26-1760086 to confirm "Hui o Ko'olaupoko" as your charity of choice, and AmazonSmile will donate a portion of your eligible purchase price to our organization.
SAVE THE DATE
Sanna's Adventure to Papahānaumokuāea
Tuesday January 18th
12-1pm via Zoom & FB Live
for the Zoom link and
to submit questions.
In June HOK announced an exciting travel & work opportunity for our Outreach Coordinator, Sanna, to join the Hawaiian Monk Seal Research Program on a journey to the North Western Hawaiian islands (NWHI) in the Papahānaumokuāea Marine National Monuments. Sanna spent the month of June training with the program and deployed in mid-July to Lisianski Island, also known my its Hawaiian name Papa‘āpoho, with two other team members. She spent her days walking the shores of the 384 acre island, counting monk seals, and assessing their health. Join us as Sanna shares stories and photos from her journey! If you want to read more about the Hawaiian Monk Seals and opportunities to join similar the camps in the NWHI click here.
December Volunteer Events
Kawainui: Saturday December 11th
He'eia Estuary: Saturday, December 18th
We are also happy to welcome volunteers to our weekday events,
held almost every Thursday and Friday.
Visit our website to see upcoming events and to submit your RSVP form.
RSVP's are required.
Kupu is proud to announce that applications are now open for 130 new jobs designed to help both the environment and the economy as part Hawaiʻi’s response to the economic impacts of COVID-19. Governor David Ige and the Hawaiʻi State Legislature approved the use of $5 million in federal funding to support a new Green Jobs Corps. The funding will support the resumption of the Kupu ‘Āina Corps program. The program will be a permanent version of the successful 2020 Kupu ʻĀina Corps program, in which Kupu and the State of Hawaiʻi provided over 350 displaced workers with employment within the Green jobs sector. This program will give those who have been economically disadvantaged by the global pandemic opportunities for career up-skilling and re-skilling in sustainability professions, while also providing Hawai‘i organizations with staffing resources to support their recovery. The program is now accepting applications for both year-long full-time and part-time job applicants and for 'green' organizations interested in serving as host sites for these Kupu ʻĀina Corps members.
Round 1: February 7, 2022 – January 28, 2023
Round 2: February 22, 2022 – February 11, 2023
Full-Time Positions (40/hrs. per week)
Part-Time Positions (≤20/hrs per week)
Application Deadline, December 10th, 2021.
Kupu is seeking individuals to participate in their upcoming Hawai‘i Youth Conservation Corps. There are two ways to participate, either as a Team Member or Team Leader. Members are typically between the ages of 17 - 22, and don't necessarily need any prior environmental experience. Instead, the ideal applicant is someone with a positive attitude, is curious about nature, interested in learning, and has a desire to strengthen their community through service. The Team Leaders don’t mind extra responsibility. They are the backbone for the team, responsible for assisting, coordinating and inspiring the members each day. Ideally, the leaders are 21+ years and older, have experience in leading groups and have knowledge pertaining to unique Hawaiʻi native plants, and customs.
Program Duration: June 7th - July 22nd
Application Deadline: February 25th
Apply Online Today
This experience is a unique opportunity to grow, spend a summer outdoors learning and building relationships, and an opportunity to positively impact both the community and environment. If you have any questions feel free to contact the team via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: (808) 735-1221 x2001.
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The mission of Hui o Ko`olaupoko is to protect ocean health by restoring the `aina: mauka to makai. This is done in partnership with stakeholders including interested citizens, non-governmental organizations, government, educational institutions and businesses while using and focusing on sound ecological principles, community input, and cultural heritage.