Kūmana Activewear offers activewear in an ethical and environmentally-responsible way, from fabric sourcing and manufacturing, to packaging and giving back to the community. We commit to cleaning up one pound of plastics off the ʻāina for every two items sold.
The goal of 'Aha Kāne is to address the issues of Native Hawaiian male leadership and community involvement by focusing on the cultural history and the roles of Native Hawaiian men in the past, present and future.
The Kanaka Economic Development Alliance (“KEDA”) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to empower the Native Hawaiian community and improve our collective livelihoods and the life of the land through self-led economic development.
La`i`ōpua 2020 (L2020) is a non-profit organization set on Department of Hawaiian Home Lands land, in the “Piko” of the Kealakehe Ahupua`a. It brings together our Kona community for collaboration, inspiration, and knowledge sharing, and envisions a vital West Hawai`i region where local families lead the way. Its mission is to provide social, recreational, vocational, economic, educational and cultural opportunities and infrastructure to both the neighborhoods of the Kealakehe Ahupua`a and the broader community.
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