Ke Kukui Foundation

We Need Your Kokua.

Ke Kukui Foundation continually strives to bring art, music, cultural diversity and the Aloha spirit to the Pacific Northwest. But we can't do it alone. It takes the heart and hard work of our committed volunteers, donors and sponsors to be successful.

 

MONETARY DONATIONS

Donations to Ke Kukui Foundation are tax deductible. You can easily donate online by clicking the donate button above or download our donation form and send it and your check/contribution to: 

Ke Kukui Foundation
PO Box 821792
Vancouver, WA 98682

 

VOLUNTEER

Everyone has talents, whether it be dancing, playing music, organizing events, coordinating people, maintaining websites, helping with marketing, painting, or cooking - we appreciate it all. To find out how you can kokua (help), please contact us at [email protected] or click on one of the following links to sign up for upcoming volunteer opportunities.

3 Days of Aloha Volunteer sign up

SPONSORSHIP

Do you really want to make an impact in your community?  If you or your business would like to partner with Ke Kukui, download a sponsorship packet for our 3 Days of Aloha event to see how we can mutually benefit each other and celebrate cultural diversity. We have a number of levels available for every business big or small. 

BOOKS FOR THE LIBRARY

We are growing a library at the Ke Kukui Cultural Center.  Currently, we are collecting titles on Hawaiian History & Reference, Hula & Chants, Crafts, Music & Instruments, Fiction, Poetry, Keiki books and Periodicals. Click here to view our OUR LIBRARY WISHLIST. If you have any Hawaiian/Polynesian books you would like to donate, please send them to:

Ke Kukui Foundation
PO Box 821792
Vancouver, WA 98682

Please include your name and address and we will send you a bookplate(s) to list your name as a donor or list as in memorial to someone special. The library itself is in memorial to James Antonio who loved books and Hawaiian culture.



Mahalo nui loa for all that you do -  Ke Kukui Foundation