We believe behind each of us there is a hui (group) of others who are our support. As part of our mission to inspire and empower others, we are building a list of interesting and helpful resources for women, teens, and girls. They are great programs in our communities that could be useful to you, your family, friends or coworkers and kids too.
We will continue to add to this list and if you have one or two to share, feel free to email us at email@example.com
Na Wahine Festival
Hawaiiʻs premiere all-womenʻs multi-sport event, includes swim, bike and run options in Waikiki.
Womenʻs professional group designed to encourage, educate and empower.
Wahine Forum by Hawaii Business Magazine
Hawaiiʻs annual premiere conference dedicated to professional women.
Wahine Week (Maui)
An annual festival held in April on Maui celebrating and empowering women.
Women's March on Washington
Supporting the advocacy and resistance of movements that reflect our multiple and intersecting identities.
Creating community-based programs for any one with a disability to enjoy the water.
Hawaii Mom's Blog
Sharing passion for food, travel, fashion and more.
The Sex Abuse Treatment Center
Helping adults, teenagers and children, both females and males across the islands.
Girl Scouts of Hawaii
Builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Kids Hurt Too Hawaii
Support programs for kids and youth who are grieving due to death, incarceration, foster care and divorce. Services aim to restore hope and facilitate healing.
Nā Kama Kai - Keiki Aloha - Keiki Kai
Connecting keiki (kids) with the kai (ocean) through ocean-based programs.
Located in the ahupuaʻa of Heʻeia in the ʻili of Waipao (Windward Oʻahu), this mālama ʻāina based learning organization connects the areaʻs past with a sustainable future. Offers educational programs integrated with Hawaiian knowledge in order to exemplify a lifestyle that is respectful of kānaka, ʻāina and akua.
The Wahine Project (California)
Inspiring a global response that eliminates the barriers preventing a diversity of girls from a personal relationship with the ocean and with one another. Programs include surfing, environmental awareness, summer camps and wholesome fun.
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