Celebrating 10 years of restoration and abundance at Kapalai fundraiser 2017

When

September 9, 2017

Where

Kapalai
916C Auloa Road
Kailua, HI 96734

Program

5:00
Farm Tour
Silent Auction
Pupus

6:00
Dinner Service & Program

7:00
Concert By:
Kawika Kahiapo and Friends

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He Hālana I Kapalai

We invite you to join us for a beautiful evening to celebrate 10 years of restoration and abundance at Kapalai featuring traditional ingredients grown on the farm. You will have the unique opportunity to travel back in time to the age of the kuaʻāina when poi was the featured dish of the table along with traditional specialties offered as accompaniments.

It will be a beautiful evening to honor the many hands and hearts that have blessed our journey. Listen to the stories of Ho‘okua‘āina’s humble beginnings and the many transformations of ‘āina and kanaka at Kapalai followed by a concert of Hawaiian music with Hoku and Grammy award winning Kawika Kahiapo & friends.

Sponsor A Table - $2,500

Table sponsorship includes 10 guests, recognition on the table and in the event program, two premium bottles of wine from Napa Valley winemaker Sam Kaplan, a special logo etched wine glass, and assorted gifts for each table guest.

Purchase A Ticket - $125

Includes dinner highlighting traditional Hawaiian foods with ingredients fresh from the farm and a Hawaiian music concert featuring Kawika Kahiapo and friends.

Can’t make the event?

There are other ways to participate or contribute to the success of the celebration.

Donate items for the Silent Auction

Click on the button below, complete the form and either email the completed form to michele@hookuaaina.org or print and send the form with your donation. We appreciate your support.

Make a monetary contribution

All monetary donations before September 1st will be matched by the Johnson Ohana Foundation up to $2500.00. Help us to reach our fundraising goal!

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Donation Total: $25

Mahalo for supporting our organization to continue providing excellent mentoring and ʻāina-based education programs for our community.