Kupu - Building a brighter future for Hawaiʻi's youth
Kupu provides service-learning programs in conservation, renewable energy, agriculture, and sustainability as a catalyst to restore communities and build a more sustainable future for Hawaiʻi.
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BUILDING A BRIGHTER FUTURE FOR HAWAIʻI’S YOUTH

The Environmental Education Leadership Development Program (formerly E2U) is aimed towards engaging students and the community in stimulating, educational and hands-on activities and curriculum that will broaden their knowledge of conservation and sustainability, encourage community service, and help to inspire the beginning of higher education and a career in natural resource management.

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Join us
You’re invited to celebrate Kupu’s 10th Anniversary.

Join us for a unique outdoor interactive dining and entertainment experience with sweeping views of Diamond Head.

When
Saturday, October 7, 2017

Sunset Reception begins at 5:30 p.m.

Sponsorship Levels

‘Ohi‘a $20,000

Koa $10,000

Kalo $5,000

Individuals $250

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Entertainment

Music by Grammy Award Winner, John Cruz and

Nākaniko‘olau

Award winning Chefs

Mark Noguchi, Pili Group

Eddie Mafnas, Aloha Poke Shop
Alex Le, Pig & The Lady

Ed Kenney, Kaimuki Superette
Robynne Maii, Féte

Mark Miura & Joseph Almoguera, Prince Waikiki

Ho‘ahu Emcees

Brook Lee, Miss Universe 1997; Maia Mayeshiro, Kupu Alum, Miss Hawaii Outstanding Teen 2017

 

For questions contact hoahu@kupuhawaii.org.

Luella Costales, Director of Development at luella.costales@kupuhawaii.org, (808)439-8376