How to Help


Support our mission. Mālama Hulē’ia needs your generous support to advance our mission. We’ve made significant progress over the past four years, but there’s still a lot of work to be done⏤from restoring the original rock wall to expanding our environmental education programs.

Click the PayPal button to make a secure, online donation. You can choose whether to charge your debit or credit card, or pull funds from an existing PayPal account.

Or feel free to mail us a check made out to “Malama Huleia” and send it to the following address: Malama Huleia P.O. Box 662092 Lihue, HI 96766

Interested in exploring other ways to support Mālama Hulē‘ia financially? Please reach out to Sara.

Mālama Hulē‘ia is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit (EIN 47-1610214). All charitable donations are tax-deductible. Mahalo!


Participate in our progress. Come get your hands dirty with us! Every 3rd Saturday morning we host community workdays down at Alakoko fishpond. This is an opportunity to volunteer to do conservation work, learn about the history and importance of this ‘aina (land), and celebrate progress made by sharing a meal together.

SUBSCRIBE to our volunteer email list and we’ll keep you’ll let you know when the next community workday is coming up.

REGISTER for our next community workday event (note: volunteer registration opens one week prior⏤we’ll email you a reminder when it’s time to register). 

SIGN our online waiver prior to volunteering with Mālama Hulē’ia (you only need to do this the first time).

Schools & community groups interested in scheduling a private tour or field trip? Please contact

Ella Offley (left) and Hi’ilani Venture (right) from Island School helping out at the fishpond.


You can give us a helpful boost just by getting the word out about our project.

Use the optional “Share this” or “Like this” on the social links below to let your family and friends know who we are and what we are trying to achieve. Be sure to share our website address ( so others can come here too. And did we mention we’re on Facebook and Instagram?

Print our brochure and distribute as many copies as you wish to print: Mālama Hulē‘ia Brochure

Mahalo nui loa!


10 thoughts on “How to Help”

    1. Aloha Ann,
      The workdays begin at 8am, go until noon and then lunch is served. Please let us know if you plan to attend so we can get a headcount for lunch. You can RSVP to
      Mahalo~ Sara

  1. Our 4th grade class at Kilauea School is interested in visiting and volunteering. Are you doing field trips for schools at this time? Mahalo, Chris Skabo

  2. Hi do you have any work days last 2 weeks of July. We will be visiting and would love to help out. We are a group of 4 all over 17. Thanks!

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