Your Support Can Launch a Successful New Year!
Help bring people to the land to learn with their hands, minds, and hearts.
These are some of your neighbors whose outlook has been changed by
Mālama Learning Center programs!
Students, teachers, and community volunteers are reconnecting to the ʻāina and our host culture through hands-on learning in real-world classrooms.
Students plant native trees at an upland restoration site while learning about creating healthy watersheds.
Trips to OLA NĀ KINI restoration sites in the watershed forests of Pālehua underscore the broad impact of wildfires and unsustainable land practices that speed up erosion and runoff downstream.
These experiences help people to look at familiar scenes from new perspectives and develop solutions to the challenges of a changing climate.
Will you please help expand hands-on programs that create resilient communities?
Your gift will support these important efforts:
Educating students and teachers about careers related to conservation and the environment.
Teachers study the microorganisms that contribute to soil health with scientists in the HAWAIʻI GREEN COLLAR INSTITUTE.
Promoting healthy living, sustainability, and culture through "WithOut Walls" WOW WORKSHOPS that offer hands-on fun for people of all ages!
Participants enjoy learning how to make pies from locally grown fruits at a WOW Workshop.
Inspiring the next generation of stewards through the MĀLAMA 'ĀINA FIELD SCHOOL
- a credit-bearing summer school course for middle-to-high school students.
Students use a viewing box to examine aquatic life in Nānākuli stream at the muliwai (estuary).
Mentoring high school and college students through CONSERVATION LEADERSHIP INTERNSHIPS.
My internship experience will forever be the foundation of my professional career and it will always hold a special place in my heart. . .
I have grown to be much more professional in carrying out my work and I have been trusted with important roles that have pushed me to achieve beyond my beliefs.
~ Jesse Mikasobe-Kealiinohomoku
U.H. West Oʻahu student
Encouraging people from all generations to learn and work together during service learning days at OLA NĀ KINI restoration sites in West O'ahu.
Volunteers from La Tour Café worked with middle school students to care for a native forest restoration plot at Pālehua.
Our goal is to raise $10,000 by year-end!
One of our top priorities is to repair or replace a 10-year-old, 15-passenger van that is needed to take students to restoration sites and educational activities. Renting vans for long periods is very expensive! Your support is critical to students' education.
Please make a gift today!
You can also mail a check to Mālama Learning Center, P.O. Box 1662, Honolulu, HI 96806-1662. The Mālama Learning Center is a nonprofit organization with 501(c)3 status. Your contribution is fully tax deductible as allowed by law. (EIN #20-0442056)
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (808) 305-8287.
Mālama Learning Center teaches and inspires
communities to live and work in a healthy, sustainable way.