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Kakou Collective Giving Back

Kakou Collective Giving Back

Rogue and Kea Peters of Kakou Collective at Papahana Kuaola

Kakou Collective started in the pages of my personal planner with doodles and custom hand lettered fonts. Throughout my journey of planning, I have witnessed and experienced the importance of mental/physical wellness and incorporating habits with cultural significance. Kakou Collective has evolved into so much more than I couldʻve ever imagined, and it has transformed into a vehicle in which we can connect with and support our local community and ʻāina (land).

As Kakou Collective has evolved, it was important for me to weave a give back program into the heart beat of this business. In 2020, we started off donating where we could and when we could. In 2021, we started to create collections with the purpose of donating to local organizations. We are proud to announce that in 2023, we pledge to give 1% of our profit each quarter to local organizations and communities that help Hawaiʻi thrive.

As a company inspired by Hawaiʻi, we will be focusing our giving to organizations within Hawaiʻi that benefit the beautiful flora, fauna, and local culture (especially its native people, native species, and language). Read more about our mission here.

Kakou Collective Pilina Program

2023 Recipients

Ohia Love Seed Storage Project [UH Foundation Fund # 127-3540-4]

Merrie Monarch 2023 - Special Collection for Waikoloa Dry Forest Initiative

Na Wahine Toa

PAʻI Foundation

2022 Recipients

INPEACE - The Institute for Native Pacific Education and Culture

Ka ʻAumanu

Aha Punanaleo

Maʻi Movement

2021 Recipients

Aha Pūnana Leo

Ohia Love Seed Storage Project [UH Foundation Fund # 127-3540-4]

Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii

Hawaiʻi Food Bank

Maʻi Movement

ʻŌhiʻa Love Project

Project Kanu/The Ulu Coop

The PAʻI Foundation

2020 Recipients

Aha Pūnana Leo

Hawaiʻi Food Bank

Protect and Preserve Hawaiʻi

The Friends of ʻIolani Palace

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