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Places + Significance

Diamond Head


Kapiʻolani Community College

Haiʻkū Stairs (Stairway to Heaven)

ʻIolani Palace

Mānoa Chinese Cemetery

Pali Lookout


Mauna Kea


Sandy Beach Park

Kaimuki High School

Ala Moana

Sandy Beach Park

Road to Hana

Heʻeia Fishpond

Honouliuli Internment Camp

Kukaniloko Birthing Stones

Ulupō Heiau

Maunalua Bay

Bishop Museum

Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve

China Walls

Spitting Caves

Doris Duke's Shangri-La

  • Our Mission (Shangri-La Center for Islamic Arts and Cultures)


  • USS Arizona Memorial, Oʻahu
  • Pearl Harbor, Oʻahu
  • Haleakalā National Park, Maui
  • Na Pali Coast, Kauai
  • Kalaupapa, Molokai
  • Waimea Canyon, Kauai
  • Haleakala National Park, Maui
  • Panaʻewa Rainforest Zoo, Big Island
  • Lahaina, Maui
  • Chinatown, Oʻahu
  • Waimea Bay, Oʻahu
  • Nā Pohaku Ola Kapaemahu a Kapuni, Oʻahu
  • Ka Iwi Coast, Oʻahu
  • Hawaiian Memorial Park, Oʻahu
  • YMCA
  • The Pacific Ocean

Non-Profits/NGOs/Community Orgs

Protecting the legal rights of all immigrants and low-income families

Creating a world where people catch, serve, and eat sustainable seafood

Aloha Harvest is a non-profit organization that rescues quality, donated food and delivers it "free of charge" to social service agencies feeding the hungry in Hawaiʻi.

The people of Hawaiʻi are one ohana. The Hawaiʻi Foodbank provides food so that no one in our family goes hungry. We work to gather food and support from our communities.

The Hawaiʻi Chapter of the Sierra Club is actively working to reduce the impacts of global climate change by encouraging the development of clean renewable energy, reducing the use of fossil fuels, and ensuring our fragile native habitat is protected from harm.

Assorted outreach programs to help people help themselves.

Hawaiʻi Literacy's mission is to help people gain knowledge and skills by providing literacy and lifelong learning services.

Drive and inspire change to ensure a living Hawaiian language in Hawaiʻi and beyond.

Incorporate Native Hawaiian culture into current natural resource conservation practice to build a modern Hawaiian conservation ethic. Provide a policy framework for biosecurity and lines of defense to prevent invasive species introductions to the Hawaiian archipelago.


The HUGS mission is to improve the quality of life for families as they face the emotional and financial hardships of caring for a seriously ill child.


Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii inspires young people to become responsible citizens.

Solutions for homeless children

North Kohala Community Resource Center, located in Hawi, Hawaiʻi, provides local support, bridges to funding and education for projects that benefit the North Kohala community.

The ʻEwa Beach Community Based Development Organization (dba FORʻEWA Pono) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  We engage in community development activities primarily within and around ʻEwa Beach to enhance the quality of life of its residents.

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs seeks to improve the well-being of Native Hawaiians.

The Hawaiʻi Community Foundation invests in people and solutions to benefit every Island community.

808 Cleanups is an environmental nonprofit organization empowering communities to restore Hawaiʻi's beauty through decentralized beach, hiking, graffiti, and marine debris cleanups.

Smart Growth America advocates for people who want to live and work in great neighborhoods.


Hui o Koolaupoko

Hui o Koʻolaupoko protects ocean health by restoring the ʻaina: mauka to makai.


Hui Noʻeau Visual Arts Center of Maui is a community based visual arts education organization offering open access to quality arts instruction by teaching artists.

Hawaiʻi Beach Safety gives beach users timely and accurate information for choosing a beach destination appropriate to their ocean skill level.

The Ocean Safety and Lifeguard Services Division provides exemplary, world-class lifeguard services for residents and of the visitors to the City and County of Honolulu.

The Salvation Army, an evangelical part of the universal Christian church, provides food for the hungry, relief for disaster victims, assistance for the disabled, outreach to the elderly and ill, clothing and shelter to the homeless, and opportunities for underprivileged children.

The Institute for Human Services (IHS) is Oahuʻs largest human servide provider exclusively supporting those who are unsheltered or at-risk of homelessness.

Friends of Haʻikū Stairs is a nonprofit group whose mission is to protect the historic Haʻikū Stairs and its environment for current and future generations.

Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii is a nonprofit organization that coordinates education programs, public awareness campaigns, and helps others run their own beach cleanups.

Surfrider Foundation is a nonprofit environmental organization that works to protect and perserve the world's oceans, waves, and beaches.  Issues of focus are water quality, beach access, beach and surf spot preservation, and sustaining marine and coastal ecosystems.

Friends of Hanauma Bay is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of coastal and marine environments, emphasizing stewardship of the natural resources of Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve.

Historic Hawaiʻi Foundation is a statewide non-profit organization, Historic Hawai‘i Foundation encourages the preservation of historic buildings, sites and communities relating to the history of Hawai‘i.


Project AWARE empowers thousands of divers in more than 182 countries to work together for a clean, healthy and abundant ocean planet.  Issues of focus include sharks in peril and marine debris.


Hawaiʻi Peoples' Fund supports passionate, grassroots community groups working for social justice in Hawai‘i.

Liturgical Publications offers engagement tools and services to help churches create more vibrant church communities.  One service, Weshare Online Giving, makes online giving and event registrations easy for churches.


American Veterans Hawaii serves veterans and the active military in procuring their earned entitlements, to promotes Americanism and preserves the freedoms secured by America’s Armed Forces and provides community services that enhance the quality of life for all Americans


The National Trust for Historic Preservation protects significant places representing our diverse cultural experience by taking direct action and inspiring broad public support. Places in Hawaiʻi include the Waikiki War Memorial Natatorium, Manoa Heritage Center, and the WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument.

The Department of Land and Natural Resources is responsible for managing, administering, and exercising control over public lands, water resources, ocean waters, navigable streams, coastal areas (except commercial harbors), minerals.


The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's mission is to: (1) to understand and predict changes in climate, weather, oceans and coasts; (2) to share that knowledge and information with others; and (3) to conserve and manage coastal and marine ecosystems and resources.

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