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Proceeds will be used to benefit Ha’ehuola – a program that includes 144 plant-based meals for 3 months per high-risk participant to increase nutrient intake and transition from high fat, sugar, salt diets; reconnects participants to Hawaiian cultural values and Hawaiian healing modalities; and provides plant-based cooking, nutrition, meditation, ho’oponopono classes and more.

 
Who are We

Established in April 2003, Sustain Hawaii is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping improve the HEALTH and WELL-BEING of our community through education and innovative practices, while simultaneously addressing ecological, socio-cultural, and economic impacts. Our programs and services are rendered out of our office/meeting space and 20-acre food garden (ʻAi Love Gardens) in Waimanalo, which conveniently supports some of our projects aimed specifically to serve the Koʻolaupoko District, Waimanalo community, and its Native Hawaiian residents.

OUR PROGRAMS & COMMUNITY IMPACT

The following list briefly describes some of our past and present project accomplishments and performance outcomes:

Sustain Hawaii Established and currently manages the Hāʻehuola Wellness Program

Developed Healthies: a comprehensive precision intervention app/web tool that promotes healthy living

Created and produced the sustainability Childrenʻs TV show: Waltah the Worm

Developed the Hawaiʻi Food System Metrics platform for the Hawaiʻi Department of Agriculture (funded by Ulupono)

Wrote an extensive secondary research report on Hawaiiʻs food system for HDOA

Provided a vision report to the Office of Hawaiian Affairs for their 516-acre Central Oʻahu property and wahi pana, Kūkaniloko

Developed and customized the Kamakakoʻi Advocacy tool for OHA

Brought in international sustainability experts to speak at Hawai‘i Convention Center, UH- Mānoa, and the State Legislature

Participated in the Hawai‘i 2050 Taskforce (State)

Sustainability consultation for many organizations (i.e.: Group 70, PBR, Kamehameha Schools, OHA, HDOA, JN Automotive, Malama Honua Charter School, Hawaiʻi Green Growth, Hawaiʻi Food Policy Council, Center for Food Safety, Pacific American Foundation, etc.

Keynote speaker and panel participant for multiple sustainability conferences (local & national)