For decades, environmentalists and cultural practitioners have long fought to protect Mauna Kea, one of Hawaii's most sacred sites and fragile ecosystems, from the ongoing desecration and destruction led by the University of Hawaii. This page is to help the public learn more about the struggle and identify ways to help support the protection of this important wahi kapu (sacred place) and stop the destruction.
If you want to support Pu‘uhonua o Pu‘uhuluhulu, you may donate to HULI at this link. This goes directly to the kia‘i at the camp.
Be on the mauna! The kia‘i need more people there on the ground to support this effort.
If you cannot be on the mauna, there are still important ways to kū‘ē. Call or email the project funders to ask them to put a stop to this desecration. You can also use social media to help bring awareness to this movement.
GORDON AND BETTY MOORE FOUNDATION:
(NAOJ) NATIONAL ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY OF JAPAN
+81-422-34-3600 and +81-422-34-3524
CANADIAN SPACE AGENCY
To support the effort to protect Maunakea, ‘Āina Momona will be offering a limited number of hae Hawai‘i (Hawaiian flags, size 2' x 3') to those interested in proudly displaying or owning a flag. We are recommending a donation of at least $20, but will provide a flag for free to anyone who is interested. Please use the donate button below or contact us via this website for your hae Hawai‘i!
We are working in close partnership with the kia‘i and other organizations supporting this effort. We encourage you to donate to any of the organization's listed on this page, as we are all one ‘ohana, working together.