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  • Grants and Donations
    the club this year Mālama Learning Center was selected as one of five beneficiaries of Pacific Links Hawai i Foundation s first grants in April 2013 The very generous 15 000 donation was raised from proceeds from the 2012 Pacific Links Hawai i Championship an official PGA Champions Tour event at the Kapolei Golf Club In total Pacific Links Hawai i Foundation donated 100 000 to non profit organizations operating in the Leeward O ahu area serving youth and caring for the environment The generosity of the Pacific Links Hawai i Foundation will allow MLC s programs to engage more West O ahu residents than ever before With the increasing interest in sustainable living in Hawai i Mālama Learning Center is proud to offer hands on learning opportunities for youth and adults to apply simple earth friendly ideas at home and the workplace as well as to explore green jobs Through Hawaiian Electric Company s partnership and support of Hawaiian Legacy Hardwood s reforestation initiative project that will restore a majestic koa forest to its former glory Mālama Learning Center is the beneficiary of a 3 000 donation that will fund education programs at Mākeke Kapolei the farmers and green market at Kapolei High School We plan is to provide educational and information activities targeting West O ahu families that promote healthy living as well as Hawaiian cultural practices We are truly appreciative of this generous donation from Hawaiian Legacy Hardwoods designated by Hawaiian Electric particularly because this funding is connected to the planting of native koa trees that will grow and improve our environment for decades to come Therefore this gift is especially meaningful Mahalo to Hawaiian Electric for selecting our organization for this wonderful gift The goal of the Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative is to create a sustainable

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  • Volunteer
    join in and help Whether you are a student teacher artist businessperson retiree there is something you could do to help You could help with specific projects such as restoring natural areas selling products at our farmers and green market Mākeke Kapolei growing plants in our nursery speaking to groups helping at community events creating presentation materials like brochures designing artwork writing content for our website or sharing your musical

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  • Fundraising Events
    individuals and groups that gave so much toward making this event a success We have tried to list everyone and apologize if we have made any omissions Please know that we at the Mālama Learning Center on behalf of those we serve send our heartfelt mahalo to all Emcee and Entertainers Paula Akana Chinagu Eisa David Adler Hālau Nā Maka o ka ʻĀina Hālau ʻo Kaululauaʻe Shakti Dance Movement and Devi Dance Company Stone San Nicolas Wade Cambern Donations toward Silent Auction and Country Store Art by Laarni Gedo Art Explorium AT T Bernice Akamine Bea Coffee Big City Diner Brian Beaty Bruce Koebele BW Handmade Cal Hirai Cameron Books Consolidated Theatres Darlene and Ronald Chang Everpaddle Hawaiʻi Department of Land and Natural Resources Hawaiʻi Environmental Education Association Hawaiʻi Potters Guild Hawaiʻi Yacht Club I Trampoline Kaʻala Learning Center Kahuku Farms Kawika Au Keala Kai Art Kim Coffee Isaak Larry s Bakery Lavacore International Indigenous Soaps LCC native plant shadehouse Hoʻoulu ʻĀina MW Restaurant Marriott s Koʻolina Beach Club Micro Plastic Coasters Mokulele Airlines Mahi La Pierre Maile Sakamoto Mākeke Mahiʻai Marine Life Photography Nani Kore Nate Yuen Oahu Fresh Pacific Links Paula Nagao Pauline Sato Roy s Koʻolina SMART ʻOhana Sugar Hut Sugarland Growers Tanioka s The Nature Conservancy Voyaging Foods Waikiki Aquarium Walmart Wet n Wild Wyland Foundation Zippy s Kapolei High School KHS Elden Esmeralda Daryl Madela Jeff Sampson and KHS Culinary students Jeremy Soriano Jill Tanaka and KHS Human Services students Kevin Rice and KHS Industrial Technology students Mikiala Kanekoa Darlene Chang and KHS Japanese language students Sgt Major Cece and KHS JROTC Pauline Sawai and KHS Graphics Academy Victor Salazar custodians Calabash Cooks Committee Amanda Corby event planner Chelsey Jay volunteer coordinator Cynthia Pratt culinary chair Eric Enos and Ka ala Learning Center activities chair Georgette Stevens entertainment chair Elden Esmeralda Kapolei High Aloha Dayton silent auction chair Lori Hoo sponsor chair Marissa Jacobs event planner Paula Nagao overall logistics Pauline Sato overall logistics Shirley Swinney décor chair MLC Board of Directors Georgette Stevens President Eric Enos Vice President Shirley Swinney Secretary Lori Hoo Treasurer Al Nagasako Laura McDowell Aloha Dayton Lloyd Haraguchi Other Key Supporters Frolic Hawai i Hawaiian Electric Company volunteers Jewelynn Kirkland Leornardi family Loo and McDowell family Michelle Jones Rudy Dizor Shar Leong Highlights from our first Calabash Cooks The Mālama Learning Center is extremely grateful to all who contributed toward our very first culinary fundraising event Calabash Cooks which took place on Saturday November 2 2013 from 5 30 8 30 pm at the Kapolei High School Plaza This event featured some of Hawai i s favorite chefs including Celebrity Chef Chair Lee Anne Wong from Top Chef and local favorite Chef Co Chair Mark Gooch Noguchi of TASTE and Pili Group Other chefs included Chef Robert Kealoha Domingo Highway Inn Kaka ako Chef Chris Okuhara Miso Ale Chef Darryl Shinogi Roy s Ko olina Chef Ori Ann Li Ori Ann s Vegan Kitchen Chef Eddie Mafnas Firehouse and Chef

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  • Volunteer
    join in and help Whether you are a student teacher artist businessperson retiree there is something you could do to help You could help with specific projects such as restoring natural areas selling products at our farmers and green market Mākeke Kapolei growing plants in our nursery speaking to groups helping at community events creating presentation materials like brochures designing artwork writing content for our website or sharing your musical

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  • Join and Donate
    by law JOIN OUR OHANA CLUB Join the Mālama Learning Center s Ohana Club With a donation of 40 or more each year you and your immediate family will receive a 10 discount on workshops and MLC merchandise and will automatically receive notice of MLC s workshops You may donate online on a secure site Just Give for on line donations Or you may send a check to Mālama Learning Center PO Box 75467 Kapolei HI 96707 In kind non monetary donations of products and services are also very much in need such as Healthy plants vegetables fruits native plants to be sold at our farmers and green market Professional services e g accounting grant writing graphic design Office supplies e g recycled paper folders envelopes Green products e g construction materials and equipment Gift certificates for community events Travel and lodging accommodations for visiting consultants and practitioners Used bicycles A reliable pick up truck Potting media for our nursery wood chipper shredder for our nursery These are just some of the things that will be very useful Please This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it us if you have something to

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  • Year-Round Sponsors
    you Please check your email and confirm the newsletter subscription Email Address It seems that you have already subscribed to this list Click here to update your profile First Name Last Name Subscribe Follow us Year Round Sponsors Mahalo nui loa to our corporate and community sponsors that give support to the Malama Learning Center all year round Pua laha ole rare flower Mu o flower bud Kamehameha Schools Lau

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  • Donate - Grants
    its former glory Mālama Learning Center is the beneficiary of a 3 000 donation that will fund education programs at Mākeke Kapolei the farmers and green market at Kapolei High School We plan is to provide educational and information activities targeting West O ahu families that promote healthy living as well as Hawaiian cultural practices We are truly appreciative of this generous donation from Hawaiian Legacy Hardwoods designated by Hawaiian Electric particularly because this funding is connected to the planting of native koa trees that will grow and improve our environment for decades to come Therefore this gift is especially meaningful Mahalo to Hawaiian Electric for selecting our organization for this wonderful gift The goal of the Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative is to create a sustainable koa forest on the slopes of Mauna Kea that will add to the biodiversity of the islands provide native habitat and sequester carbon from the global atmosphere year round Recently one of our students Glenn Hiro who we have gotten to know quite well through the Hawaiʻi Green Collar Institute Mākeke Kapolei and the Go Green Club just completed his Senior Project at Kapolei High inspired by what he learned from us He decided to work on reducing plastic bag waste by converting old t shirts into stylish shopping bags and developing a marketing plan to sell them With some help from family members and friends he created several designs of bags and sold them at Mākeke Kapolei then donated all funds raised to the Mālama Learning Center What a great and thoughtful guy We are thankful to Glenn his family and teachers and hope that his example inspires others to do their part to help their community The Mālama Learning Center has received strong support from foundations businesses government agencies community groups and

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  • Calabash & Cooks
    individuals and groups that gave so much toward making this event a success We have tried to list everyone and apologize if we have made any omissions Please know that we at the Mālama Learning Center on behalf of those we serve send our heartfelt mahalo to all Emcee and Entertainers Paula Akana Chinagu Eisa David Adler Hālau Nā Maka o ka ʻĀina Hālau ʻo Kaululauaʻe Shakti Dance Movement and Devi Dance Company Stone San Nicolas Wade Cambern Donations toward Silent Auction and Country Store Art by Laarni Gedo Art Explorium AT T Bernice Akamine Bea Coffee Big City Diner Brian Beaty Bruce Koebele BW Handmade Cal Hirai Cameron Books Consolidated Theatres Darlene and Ronald Chang Everpaddle Hawaiʻi Department of Land and Natural Resources Hawaiʻi Environmental Education Association Hawaiʻi Potters Guild Hawaiʻi Yacht Club I Trampoline Kaʻala Learning Center Kahuku Farms Kawika Au Keala Kai Art Kim Coffee Isaak Larry s Bakery Lavacore International Indigenous Soaps LCC native plant shadehouse Hoʻoulu ʻĀina MW Restaurant Marriott s Koʻolina Beach Club Micro Plastic Coasters Mokulele Airlines Mahi La Pierre Maile Sakamoto Mākeke Mahiʻai Marine Life Photography Nani Kore Nate Yuen Oahu Fresh Pacific Links Paula Nagao Pauline Sato Roy s Koʻolina SMART ʻOhana Sugar Hut Sugarland Growers Tanioka s The Nature Conservancy Voyaging Foods Waikiki Aquarium Walmart Wet n Wild Wyland Foundation Zippy s Kapolei High School KHS Elden Esmeralda Daryl Madela Jeff Sampson and KHS Culinary students Jeremy Soriano Jill Tanaka and KHS Human Services students Kevin Rice and KHS Industrial Technology students Mikiala Kanekoa Darlene Chang and KHS Japanese language students Sgt Major Cece and KHS JROTC Pauline Sawai and KHS Graphics Academy Victor Salazar custodians Calabash Cooks Committee Amanda Corby event planner Chelsey Jay volunteer coordinator Cynthia Pratt culinary chair Eric Enos and Ka ala Learning Center activities chair Georgette Stevens entertainment chair Elden Esmeralda Kapolei High Aloha Dayton silent auction chair Lori Hoo sponsor chair Marissa Jacobs event planner Paula Nagao overall logistics Pauline Sato overall logistics Shirley Swinney décor chair MLC Board of Directors Georgette Stevens President Eric Enos Vice President Shirley Swinney Secretary Lori Hoo Treasurer Al Nagasako Laura McDowell Aloha Dayton Lloyd Haraguchi Other Key Supporters Frolic Hawai i Hawaiian Electric Company volunteers Jewelynn Kirkland Leornardi family Loo and McDowell family Michelle Jones Rudy Dizor Shar Leong Highlights from our first Calabash Cooks The Mālama Learning Center is extremely grateful to all who contributed toward our very first culinary fundraising event Calabash Cooks which took place on Saturday November 2 2013 from 5 30 8 30 pm at the Kapolei High School Plaza This event featured some of Hawai i s favorite chefs including Celebrity Chef Chair Lee Anne Wong from Top Chef and local favorite Chef Co Chair Mark Gooch Noguchi of TASTE and Pili Group Other chefs included Chef Robert Kealoha Domingo Highway Inn Kaka ako Chef Chris Okuhara Miso Ale Chef Darryl Shinogi Roy s Ko olina Chef Ori Ann Li Ori Ann s Vegan Kitchen Chef Eddie Mafnas Firehouse and Chef

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