Their mission is to protect and enjoy our oceans, waves and beaches through a powerful activist network. You can join them every First Wednesday of Every Month for their public meeting to learn what they are up to and how to get involved.
A Surfrider Foundation program recognizing restaurants that reduce plastic waste and implement ocean-friendly practices. Restaurants who are eligible receiver OFR recognitions sticker for their business and free advertisements.
Kupu is non-profit organization that aims at empowering future generations to create a more sustainable future. They offer hands on programs that educate and mentor young adults to become stewards of our culture and environment.
“The time has comes to do something about our gross infatuation with destroying our planet and that starts with our love for consumerism and single-use products”. They are simply asking for small changes in your daily life, a change that can make a difference.
is a grassroots, local nonprofit organization run by a small team of dedicated staff and supported by passionate volunteers, just like you. They inspire local communities to care for their coastlines through fun, hands-on beach cleanups as well as outreach and educations at schools across Hawaii.
Traveling Plate is a Statewide Culinary Tour with 100 local restaurants featuring a locally-sourced dish or beverage. Throughout the month of August, you can visit any of these restaurants and order the Traveling Plate special, with proceeds going to benefit Surfrider’s 5 Hawaiʻi Chapters! Learn more at TravelingPlateHI.com
The Wipeout Crew describes themselves as an eco-conscious and service-oriented club. More so, this is a club that actually LIVES their Mission. Please click on headline for engaging video and to learn more about this progressive club which is making changes for a better Hawaiʻi and World.
Both non-organic and organic materials can be recycled or reconstituted into new products, extending our resources useful life cycle. Non-organic materials that can’t be used anymore are recycled into new products. Organic materials are processed to produce mulch or compost for agricultural purposes.