Adopt a ki for Mother's Day!

For Mother's Day, give the gift of a ki to celebrate and honor that special someone in your life.  Unlike cards, chocolates and flowers that fade with time, your ki will be a living memorial to honor that special person.  There is a section in the Donation form for you to write a special message about your loved one as well.

Click on the "DONATE" tab above to adopt a ki today! 

For our mobile users, you need to click on the small green down arrow to the right of "BLOG" and scroll down to find the "DONATE" tab.  See below.

  Click on the small green down arrow to the right of "BLOG" and scroll down to find the "DONATE" tab.

Click on the small green down arrow to the right of "BLOG" and scroll down to find the "DONATE" tab.

A memorial ki planted with aloha to honor a special loved one:

Mahalo to our donors!

We would like to thank our donors for their generous contributions over the past month.  We have received contributions from supporters all over the world, including Hawai'i, Australia, California, Ohio, Japan and Pennsylvania among others.  Many thanks to those of you who have shared touching stories about your loved ones in whose honor you have adopted ki.  Mahalo for adopting ki, spreading aloha and helping to raise the Hawaiian Nation.  YOU are the KI TO WORLD PEACE.

Planting Ki with the Future Generation of Aloha 'Aina Warriors

Brandon spent Sunday, 2/26/17, planting ki on our new terraces with his nephews.  Sharing traditional knowledge with the next generation is essential to making sure that our Hawaiian customs and practices are preserved in perpetuity.

 Preparing the ti leaf stalks.

Preparing the ti leaf stalks.

 Ready to plant ki on the newly made terraces.

Ready to plant ki on the newly made terraces.

 Brandon's nephew helping him plant.

Brandon's nephew helping him plant.

 The next generation of ki farmers.

The next generation of ki farmers.