The Hawaiian people (Kānaka Maoli) have long believed in the healing process called ho'oponopono (reconciliation) to resolve all conflicts and to move forward in peace and aloha. By donating to our cause, you become part of the ho'oponopono process that Hawaiians must conduct with the world.
ADOPT A KI
With a small minimum donation of $10, you will be able to adopt one of our precious ki (ti leaf) plants. Your generous donation will be used to help fund our economic development projects, which will allow us to help our people.
HELP THE NATION OF HAWAI'I TODAY
Nation of Hawai'i is involved in a variety of economic and social development projects including the cryptocurrency Aloha Coin and the Ku'e Petition Peace Memorial Wall.
LEARN MORE ABOUT NATION OF HAWAI'I
Ki Project is based out of Pu'uhonua o Waimānalo, the only sovereign Hawaiian land base in existence today. Learn more about the important work of the Nation at www.hawaii-nation.org and www.bumpykanahele.com.
Ku‘e Petition Peace Memorial Wall
Your generous donation to the Ki Project will assist in our efforts to memorialize the mana (power) of our ancestors in the Ku‘e Petition Peace Memorial Wall. In the same tradition of honoring those who have made significant contributions and demonstrated courage for their beliefs, it is time to erect the Ku‘e Petition Peace Memorial Wall (Peace Memorial). The Peace Memorial will be a sacred monument to honor and respect our kūpuna (ancestors) who courageously signed their names to the anti-annexation petitions at great personal peril. They stood up for what they believed in and supported Queen Lili‘uokalani during the time of the illegal annexation of the Hawaiian Kingdom. By signing the Ku‘e Petitions, they reaffirmed their love of country and their Hawaiian National Sovereignty. The Ku‘e Petitions nullified the Treaty of Annexation and secured our continued existence as an independent Hawaiian nation-state forever. The Peace Memorial commemorates the Ku‘e Petitions and also seeks to educate and unite all Kānaka Maoli (Hawaiian people). Our struggle for political and economic independence continues and we walk in the footsteps of our ancestors in their quest for truth and justice.