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SUPPORT US

The liko or bud is the beginning stages of the life of the ʻōhiʻa lehua blossom and represents Pūlama Nā Likoʻs foundation as a resource in cultural learning. As with our youth, the liko needs nurturing and support to blossom beautifully and sturdy. The liko reminds us of our humble beginnings and serves as our guide and inspiration to help others as we pass on the knowledge and experiences we have gained.

HOW CAN I DONATE?

In Hawaiian, the term ho’okupu means to "cause growth" and is of substantial significance to who we are as an organization. Each and every gift is precious to Pūlama Nā Liko. Starting with a budget of $141,614 for 2020, we ensure that 100% of all donations are supporting our services and programs.

Your contribution to an educational 501(c)(3) charitable organization is tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

HOW DO I BECOME A MONTHLY DONOR?

Our monthly donors form the core of financial support for our growth plan and enable us to expand. Representing varied stages of growth, key donors can pledge a monthly gift at the following levels:

  • Kupu (sprout, offspring): $25 a month

  • Mu'o (leaf bud; younger branch of a family): $50 a month

  • Liko (newly opened leaf; child; youth): $100 a month

  • Lau (leaf; frond; leaflet): $500 a month

  • Kumu (main stalk of tree; roots; foundation): $1,000 a month

Your contribution to an educational 501(c)(3) charitable organization is tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

WHAT IS MY DONATION SUPPORTING?

Our programs are significant and have the potential for long term benefits. It's not just an "introduction" or a one time experience. For many, it has made a positive impact on their lives. Our programs allowed members of our community and beyond to explore new skills and passions and discover a sense of self, all while instilling the values, customs, discipline, and appreciation of Hawaiian and Polynesian culture. We nurture those who have a desire to learn and grow (not only) into better people but better role models for future generations. Our programs give people - including school-aged children, college-bound students, Hawaiian culture practitioners, kupuna (elders), and disadvantaged families - opportunities to excel, explore new experiences, and to live their dream.

Your donation will directly support the organization in the following ways:

  • Provide need-based student scholarships for classes and workshops to help the disadvantaged within the community.

  • Advance training and presentations for theatre and stage productions in the cultural arts.

  • Maintain the operations of our cultural learning center.

  • Support our fundraising efforts and more!

OTHER WAYS TO SUPPORT US

SHOP ONLINE

Shop Our Liko Boutique Online:

Our online store featuring logo wear, handmade, and locally created items supports the non-profit organization.

AmazonSmile:

A percentage of your purchase will be donated by the AmazonSmile Foundation to Pūlama Nā Liko at no cost to you. Enter AmazonSmile through smile.amazon.com, choose Pūlama Nā Liko as the organization you wish to support, and start shopping!

VISIT LIKO BOUTIQUE

When you're on island, visit us in Waimea at Liko Boutique, our gift shop and thrift boutique. Proceeds from our boutiques' sales support the Pūlama Nā Liko programs and local artisans.

Address:

64-1013 Mamalahoa Hwy., Bldg. 3-1 Kamuela, HI 96743

Hours: Tues.-Thurs. 11-3 & Sat. 9-1

Phone: 808-731-6723

DONATE ITEMS

More than 70% of the clothes people own end up in landfills and is one of the greatest contributors to our island's trash. Donations to our thrift boutique helps us provide affordable clothing and accessories for families and school-age youth who may not afford regular priced goods.

ABOUT US

Pūlama Nā Liko, a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, offers educational programs in Cultural Arts and Life Skills Enrichment 

CONTACT

Office Tuesday - Saturday

Tel: (808) 731-6723

Fax: (808) 887-2288

P.O. Box 716

Kamuela, HI  96743

 

Email: ohana@pulamanaliko.org

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