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Contacting Us

Please remember that we are located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and the sun rises later for us.

Our time is 2-6 hours earlier than on the mainland.

Calls should be made between 12 noon and 8 PM Pacific Standard Time.

PO Box 280
Kualapu’u, Moloka’i, HI 96757

Phones: 808.567.6430 (office), 808.567.6403 (lodge)

Email: hui@aloha.net   or   huihoolana@gmail.com

Donations

The Hui Ho’olana relies on and appreciates your generous donation. Your contribution to our Native Plant Restoration program will sustain existing areas and add to their extent.

As a non-profit organization, the entire amount of your donation is deductible from your income tax in accordance with IRS code 501 (c) (3).

You can make your one-time donation via Paypal here:




You can make recurring donations here:


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To contribute by check, make check payable to Hui Ho’olana and note in your memo whether this is for General funding or the Habitat Restoration Project:

Hui Ho’olana
PO Box 280
Kualapu’u, Moloka’i, HI 96757

Thanks so much for your support!

Where does the money go?

Hui Ho’olana is a non-profit, 501(c3) Organization.  The fees for the workshops go directly from the students to the teachers. The teacher in turn makes a donation to Hui Ho’olana to assist with their expenses.

This income goes directly back into the organization and the community for

  • Supplies and food (primarily from local merchants) 53%
  • Services (office help, cleaning, maintenance, repairs, etc. – by local Molokai residents) 21%
  • Utilities 12%
  • Land lease 7%
  • Postage, catalog, website 4%
  • Bank charges, insurance, etc. 3%

As we are a non-profit organization, other donations are made from various supporters as well. These donations go towards scholarships, guest teachers and lecturers, reforestation and improvements and as well as various local projects.

Hui Ho’olana offers resident discounts and scholarships for many workshops. Free classes have been offered to the community in permaculture and reforestation, native plant propagation, group facilitation, and photography.

Hui Ho’olana pays no salaries. A number of local residents are hired to help with the office, lodge and grounds Most jobs are volunteer positions, including the directors and the staff. The staff consists of friends, new and old, who want to contribute to the mission of Hui Ho’olana and their reforestation efforts.  These volunteers include community leaders, teachers, doctors, lawyers, artists, young people and retired – all who care about building a sense of community, kindness and support. Recycling, water re-usage, erosion control and the use of solar energy have all become part of our caring for the land.

Hui Ho’olana has become a place to practice many skills and take them back into local communities.