Preserve, Perpetuate, and Promote Hawaiʻi through artistry and works of excellence.
Aloha Legacy Hawaii envisions a thriving, and vibrant Hawaii where living Aloha is a way of life, and the Hawaiian language is commonly spoken.
Aloha - Truth, Love, and shared responsibility in all we do.
Kuleana - The privilege to take authority and ownership of relevant responsibilities and care for its outcomes.
Kūpono - To have integrity and be honest, proper, and upright; to maintain Mōʻī worthy standard.
Preserve - Archive and catalog meaningful and engaging content for future generations that share factual, historic, and relevant information bridging an understanding of the native Hawaiian culture (music, language, food, customs, history, spirituality, people).
Perpetuate - Create bridges of understanding to the kaona - nuanced perspectives of the native Hawaiian culture and community that inspire people to live Aloha.
Promote - Engage the global community through the most current forms of distribution to promote growth and allow for the value of Aloha to thrive.
President - Wilmont Kamaunu Kahaialii, JrTreasurer - Paulo Faleafine Jr
Member - Kainoa
Fiscal Sponsor - Nā Mea ʻIke ʻIa
Musician - Jon Ako
Musician - John "JB" Kahaialii
Musician - Mychael Kamakawiwoole
Graphic Artist - Venus Schlauch
Videographer - Patrick Doughterty
Programs & Projects
Hawaii, more than a tourist destination.
A sense of place, universal values, a culture and language on the brink of extinction. Hawaiʻi, the worlds most isolated land mass at ove...
The Night Before,
The Night Before Christmas
Help us meet our goal to feed and uplift 50 needy families in West Maui. We are raising $2500 dollars to achieve our first annual holiday food drive.
You can also provide a message of Joy for our holiday show that will stream live on Facebook, December 23rd at 7 pm HST.
The Little Heroes who did BIG Things!
A fun adventure based on the Hawaiian myth of he moʻolelo ʻōpae ʻe. The story is written in English and Hawaiian and takes children on an undersea journey through the lives of Kana and Hina, a brother and sister turtle.
See our "hidden page" that is accessible using the QR code at the end of the book where we will be providing activity sheets for free so families can encourage the learning of the Hawaiian language.