It Takes a Village

In 2017 Malama Kaua‘i made tremendous ground in its work towards a more sustainable Kaua‘i, and it would not have been possible without the generous support of our community. In preparing to close perhaps our most successful program year yet, we are reminded that without YOU, our successes would not have been possible. Only through hardworking and compassionate partnerships may our work continue to benefit the island and its people.

It is in this spirit that we are eagerly looking into 2018, recognizing with honesty that while an individual may look after a few, It Takes a Village to provide for the community.

This fundraising campaign hopes to raise $30,000 by Dec. 31st to help ensure the continued success of our programs throughout the New Year. Join our village in supporting Kaua‘i and its people; your donation directly benefits our island-wide sustainability programs, including our Village Harvest, Farm-to-School, and School Garden Network.

The Impact of Your Support 

 $20 Covers the Gas Necessary to Deliver Fresh Fruit to Keiki at Schools & Food Banks

$50 Plants a Mature Fruit Tree at Your Local Food Pantry

$100 Can Build a Raised Bed in a School Garden to Teach Keiki

$200 Will Fund a Week-Long Paid Internship for Local Students

$500 Can Provide Fresh Farm-to-School Lunches to the Island’s Keiki

$1,000 Can Pay the Monthly Operating Costs for our Community Farm

Ways to Support 

DONATE via a One-Time Donation or our Monthly Recurring Program

AMAZON SMILE – Select Malama Kaua’i at Checkout every time you shop on Amazon

DONATE via Facebook

What Other Supporters Are Saying

“More and more people seemed to be talking about issues of ‘aina-community-culture “sustainability,” and working together to be part of
social change. The organization was and continues to be a central agent in this growing awareness and gathering of people.” – Andrea Brower, Malama Kauai Board Member

“Supporting Mālama Kauaʻiʻs efforts is an investment in the health and wellness of Kauaʻiʻs future and most importantly, our keiki (children).” – Mālia Chun, Program Coordinator, Nā Pua Noʻeau, Malama Kauai Board Member

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