Revisiting old friends reveals creativity and growth among Hawaii’s nonprofits

In the spirit of the holidays, let’s revisit old friends and acquaintances – nonprofit organizations that have shared their stories in HANO columns over the past two years. True to the nonprofit spirit, these organizations continue to move forward, often in new directions, as they adapt to challenges and find creative ways to fulfill their…

Saving Hawaii from ‘invaders’ while rescuing young lives

Well out of view of most Hawaii residents, an Oahu-based nonprofit is rescuing troubled lives as it fights to protect the Islands’ fragile ecosystem from invasive species. Now in its 11th year, Kupu Hawaii has cleared more than 100,000 acres of invasive species and planted more than a million trees and plants on all the…

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