Environment Awards < Acts of Aloha

Jessica & Jeff Haynes

Kapolei, Hawai'i

"It's my way to give back to the beauty of the earth.

"Jess and Jeff been living here in Hawaii for the past 2 years and they have been doing beach clean ups once a month. I recently joined them cleaning up and it brought so much awareness about how these plastics cans and trash that is thrown around at the beaches can kill the sea lives." Nominated by Sela Dettmer, Primerica

Their next beach clean up is Nov 18, 2018 @ 9am @ Kahe Beach Park

Doorae Shin

Plastic Free Hawaii | Kokua Foundation

"So the portion of Kokua that I am stoked on is the plastic free and aina programs.  Doorae Shin spoke at the viewing of “Smog of the Sea” a few months back and she is passionate about lots of things that I think make a difference in helping the community and the environment.Nominated by Anna Grove

Today 150 people picked up 7,000 pounds of debris in an hour: Fishing and seafood gear everywhere - over 95% of what we find. To learn more, click HERE.

Geralyn Camarillo

Kaneohe, Honolulu

"How can we make better choices so there isn't so much plastics?" 

"Geralyn is aloha. She's one of those unicorns. And she's been such a blessing in my life and, I know, in so many others. Her ability to genuinely connect with people is refreshing, especially in a time of texts and FB posts. Ger's a constant friend, a mentor, teacher, and joy generator. Everyone in her presence gets to experience aloha at its finest!" Nominated by Sloane Ketcham

Bob Leinau

Mālama Pūpūkea-Waimea

"Bob Leinau, among his many contributions and achievements to the North Shore community, was one of the founders of  Mālama Pūpūkea-Waimea, an organization that promotes education, protection, and stewardship of the land and oceans in the Pupukea and Waimea area." Nominated by Glennel Jordan, Summit Financial Advisers

Wild Aloha Foundation

"Wild Aloha Foundation was created purely from the passion for animal welfare. They are educating the community about the various poaching and trafficking issues in hopes to save many of the endangered animals. I bet you didn't know that Hawaii was the third worst state in the country for illegal trafficking of wildlife parts (they want to change that)! I believe in Wild Aloha Foundation and their mission to raise awareness and make a difference for the disappearing wildlife before they are extinct!" Nominated by McKay Wilson

To get involved at the Wild Aloha Foundation, click 
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