Upcoming Events

Aug
16
Wed
Donation Station
Aug 16 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

KS Sustainability Manager Amy “Kalai” Brinker (center) and sustainability fellows Manaola Hewitt and Sanoe Burgess showcase the gently used office supplies in the KP Donation Station in 2015.

Kamehameha Schools remains aware of its influence on the āina and seeks new opportunities to implement innovative sustainability projects. The Donation Station is just one of KS’ sustainability initiatives supporting KS’ Strategic Plan 2020, which includes serving as a high-performing, mission-driven Native Hawaiian organization.

Kamehameha Schools and Kupu are partnering to accept donations of excess educational supplies and office furniture. The Donation Station is a project aimed at lowering the volume of waste produced by KS through eco-friendly initiatives.

These gently-used items are available to anyone in need, so long as they’re used for educational purposes.

Everything is free on a

first-come, first-served basis, for educational purposes only. Monetary donations are also welcomed and all monies collected go to the Pauahi Foundation.

The location is open Thursdays and Fridays from 11am to 2pm or by appointment via email. Items taken should be used to educate or support education in some way. Materials from the Donation Station cannot be taken for personal or business use. The Donation Station team will hold and reserve the items for up to 48 hours, after which they will be returned to inventory.

Who can donate?

The KS Donation Station will be collecting donations strictly from KS properties to ensure that the data collected from the project reflects the amount of waste reduced from KS sites. Gently used classroom and office supplies can be dropped off at 926 Kohou Street. This includes materials for students, educators, or administrators, as well as supplies that aid and encourage education in any way.

Please ensure donations are in useable condition, and they must be boxed or bagged when dropped off at site unless they are bulk items. No loose donations should be left at pick-up sites other than oversized items. Staff members will be on hand to receive and inventory items. For larger donations, please email a photo to ksdonationstation@gmail.com and schedule a pick-up.


Donation Station updates hours through August

Check out the Donation Station as we clear out existing inventory and find new homes for an array of useful items! Multiple visits to the Donation Station are encouraged.

Should you have additional questions, please contact us at ksdonationstation@gmail.com.
Mahalo for your patronage and we hope to continue serving our community in reusing what we have and reducing the waste that goes into our landfills!

Hours of Operation
Wednesday and Thursday 11am-2pm
or by appointment via email

Aug
17
Thu
Donation Station
Aug 17 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

KS Sustainability Manager Amy “Kalai” Brinker (center) and sustainability fellows Manaola Hewitt and Sanoe Burgess showcase the gently used office supplies in the KP Donation Station in 2015.

Kamehameha Schools remains aware of its influence on the āina and seeks new opportunities to implement innovative sustainability projects. The Donation Station is just one of KS’ sustainability initiatives supporting KS’ Strategic Plan 2020, which includes serving as a high-performing, mission-driven Native Hawaiian organization.

Kamehameha Schools and Kupu are partnering to accept donations of excess educational supplies and office furniture. The Donation Station is a project aimed at lowering the volume of waste produced by KS through eco-friendly initiatives.

These gently-used items are available to anyone in need, so long as they’re used for educational purposes.

Everything is free on a

first-come, first-served basis, for educational purposes only. Monetary donations are also welcomed and all monies collected go to the Pauahi Foundation.

The location is open Thursdays and Fridays from 11am to 2pm or by appointment via email. Items taken should be used to educate or support education in some way. Materials from the Donation Station cannot be taken for personal or business use. The Donation Station team will hold and reserve the items for up to 48 hours, after which they will be returned to inventory.

Who can donate?

The KS Donation Station will be collecting donations strictly from KS properties to ensure that the data collected from the project reflects the amount of waste reduced from KS sites. Gently used classroom and office supplies can be dropped off at 926 Kohou Street. This includes materials for students, educators, or administrators, as well as supplies that aid and encourage education in any way.

Please ensure donations are in useable condition, and they must be boxed or bagged when dropped off at site unless they are bulk items. No loose donations should be left at pick-up sites other than oversized items. Staff members will be on hand to receive and inventory items. For larger donations, please email a photo to ksdonationstation@gmail.com and schedule a pick-up.


Donation Station updates hours through August

Check out the Donation Station as we clear out existing inventory and find new homes for an array of useful items! Multiple visits to the Donation Station are encouraged.

Should you have additional questions, please contact us at ksdonationstation@gmail.com.
Mahalo for your patronage and we hope to continue serving our community in reusing what we have and reducing the waste that goes into our landfills!

Hours of Operation
Wednesday and Thursday 11am-2pm
or by appointment via email

Aug
18
Fri
Nāueue Networking Mahoemua @ Hālau ‘Inana
Aug 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Nāueue networking sessions will gather entrepreneurs, leaders, students, practitioners, and educators across Hawai‘i to network, connect, learn, collaborate, and share innovative ideas with one another.

Featured guests:

 

 

 

 

Entrepreneurs
Ane Bakutis, Jamie Makasobe and Hina Kneubuhl of Kealopiko

 

 

 

 

 

Musical Artist
Kainani Kahaunaele, 3 time Nā Hōkū Hanohano Winner

Register at halauinana.com/naueue

Aug
19
Sat
2017 Relay for Life Kamehameha ‘Ohana @ Kamehameha Schools Kapālama Campus, Konia Field
Aug 19 @ 4:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Aug
23
Wed
Donation Station
Aug 23 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

KS Sustainability Manager Amy “Kalai” Brinker (center) and sustainability fellows Manaola Hewitt and Sanoe Burgess showcase the gently used office supplies in the KP Donation Station in 2015.

Kamehameha Schools remains aware of its influence on the āina and seeks new opportunities to implement innovative sustainability projects. The Donation Station is just one of KS’ sustainability initiatives supporting KS’ Strategic Plan 2020, which includes serving as a high-performing, mission-driven Native Hawaiian organization.

Kamehameha Schools and Kupu are partnering to accept donations of excess educational supplies and office furniture. The Donation Station is a project aimed at lowering the volume of waste produced by KS through eco-friendly initiatives.

These gently-used items are available to anyone in need, so long as they’re used for educational purposes.

Everything is free on a

first-come, first-served basis, for educational purposes only. Monetary donations are also welcomed and all monies collected go to the Pauahi Foundation.

The location is open Thursdays and Fridays from 11am to 2pm or by appointment via email. Items taken should be used to educate or support education in some way. Materials from the Donation Station cannot be taken for personal or business use. The Donation Station team will hold and reserve the items for up to 48 hours, after which they will be returned to inventory.

Who can donate?

The KS Donation Station will be collecting donations strictly from KS properties to ensure that the data collected from the project reflects the amount of waste reduced from KS sites. Gently used classroom and office supplies can be dropped off at 926 Kohou Street. This includes materials for students, educators, or administrators, as well as supplies that aid and encourage education in any way.

Please ensure donations are in useable condition, and they must be boxed or bagged when dropped off at site unless they are bulk items. No loose donations should be left at pick-up sites other than oversized items. Staff members will be on hand to receive and inventory items. For larger donations, please email a photo to ksdonationstation@gmail.com and schedule a pick-up.


Donation Station updates hours through August

Check out the Donation Station as we clear out existing inventory and find new homes for an array of useful items! Multiple visits to the Donation Station are encouraged.

Should you have additional questions, please contact us at ksdonationstation@gmail.com.
Mahalo for your patronage and we hope to continue serving our community in reusing what we have and reducing the waste that goes into our landfills!

Hours of Operation
Wednesday and Thursday 11am-2pm
or by appointment via email

Aug
24
Thu
Donation Station
Aug 24 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

KS Sustainability Manager Amy “Kalai” Brinker (center) and sustainability fellows Manaola Hewitt and Sanoe Burgess showcase the gently used office supplies in the KP Donation Station in 2015.

Kamehameha Schools remains aware of its influence on the āina and seeks new opportunities to implement innovative sustainability projects. The Donation Station is just one of KS’ sustainability initiatives supporting KS’ Strategic Plan 2020, which includes serving as a high-performing, mission-driven Native Hawaiian organization.

Kamehameha Schools and Kupu are partnering to accept donations of excess educational supplies and office furniture. The Donation Station is a project aimed at lowering the volume of waste produced by KS through eco-friendly initiatives.

These gently-used items are available to anyone in need, so long as they’re used for educational purposes.

Everything is free on a

first-come, first-served basis, for educational purposes only. Monetary donations are also welcomed and all monies collected go to the Pauahi Foundation.

The location is open Thursdays and Fridays from 11am to 2pm or by appointment via email. Items taken should be used to educate or support education in some way. Materials from the Donation Station cannot be taken for personal or business use. The Donation Station team will hold and reserve the items for up to 48 hours, after which they will be returned to inventory.

Who can donate?

The KS Donation Station will be collecting donations strictly from KS properties to ensure that the data collected from the project reflects the amount of waste reduced from KS sites. Gently used classroom and office supplies can be dropped off at 926 Kohou Street. This includes materials for students, educators, or administrators, as well as supplies that aid and encourage education in any way.

Please ensure donations are in useable condition, and they must be boxed or bagged when dropped off at site unless they are bulk items. No loose donations should be left at pick-up sites other than oversized items. Staff members will be on hand to receive and inventory items. For larger donations, please email a photo to ksdonationstation@gmail.com and schedule a pick-up.


Donation Station updates hours through August

Check out the Donation Station as we clear out existing inventory and find new homes for an array of useful items! Multiple visits to the Donation Station are encouraged.

Should you have additional questions, please contact us at ksdonationstation@gmail.com.
Mahalo for your patronage and we hope to continue serving our community in reusing what we have and reducing the waste that goes into our landfills!

Hours of Operation
Wednesday and Thursday 11am-2pm
or by appointment via email

Aug
26
Sat
Walking tour of Kaka’ako with artist Adele Balderston and the Hawai’i Council for Humanities
Aug 26 all-day

More info to come…

Aug
30
Wed
Donation Station
Aug 30 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

KS Sustainability Manager Amy “Kalai” Brinker (center) and sustainability fellows Manaola Hewitt and Sanoe Burgess showcase the gently used office supplies in the KP Donation Station in 2015.

Kamehameha Schools remains aware of its influence on the āina and seeks new opportunities to implement innovative sustainability projects. The Donation Station is just one of KS’ sustainability initiatives supporting KS’ Strategic Plan 2020, which includes serving as a high-performing, mission-driven Native Hawaiian organization.

Kamehameha Schools and Kupu are partnering to accept donations of excess educational supplies and office furniture. The Donation Station is a project aimed at lowering the volume of waste produced by KS through eco-friendly initiatives.

These gently-used items are available to anyone in need, so long as they’re used for educational purposes.

Everything is free on a

first-come, first-served basis, for educational purposes only. Monetary donations are also welcomed and all monies collected go to the Pauahi Foundation.

The location is open Thursdays and Fridays from 11am to 2pm or by appointment via email. Items taken should be used to educate or support education in some way. Materials from the Donation Station cannot be taken for personal or business use. The Donation Station team will hold and reserve the items for up to 48 hours, after which they will be returned to inventory.

Who can donate?

The KS Donation Station will be collecting donations strictly from KS properties to ensure that the data collected from the project reflects the amount of waste reduced from KS sites. Gently used classroom and office supplies can be dropped off at 926 Kohou Street. This includes materials for students, educators, or administrators, as well as supplies that aid and encourage education in any way.

Please ensure donations are in useable condition, and they must be boxed or bagged when dropped off at site unless they are bulk items. No loose donations should be left at pick-up sites other than oversized items. Staff members will be on hand to receive and inventory items. For larger donations, please email a photo to ksdonationstation@gmail.com and schedule a pick-up.


Donation Station updates hours through August

Check out the Donation Station as we clear out existing inventory and find new homes for an array of useful items! Multiple visits to the Donation Station are encouraged.

Should you have additional questions, please contact us at ksdonationstation@gmail.com.
Mahalo for your patronage and we hope to continue serving our community in reusing what we have and reducing the waste that goes into our landfills!

Hours of Operation
Wednesday and Thursday 11am-2pm
or by appointment via email

Aug
31
Thu
Donation Station
Aug 31 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

KS Sustainability Manager Amy “Kalai” Brinker (center) and sustainability fellows Manaola Hewitt and Sanoe Burgess showcase the gently used office supplies in the KP Donation Station in 2015.

Kamehameha Schools remains aware of its influence on the āina and seeks new opportunities to implement innovative sustainability projects. The Donation Station is just one of KS’ sustainability initiatives supporting KS’ Strategic Plan 2020, which includes serving as a high-performing, mission-driven Native Hawaiian organization.

Kamehameha Schools and Kupu are partnering to accept donations of excess educational supplies and office furniture. The Donation Station is a project aimed at lowering the volume of waste produced by KS through eco-friendly initiatives.

These gently-used items are available to anyone in need, so long as they’re used for educational purposes.

Everything is free on a

first-come, first-served basis, for educational purposes only. Monetary donations are also welcomed and all monies collected go to the Pauahi Foundation.

The location is open Thursdays and Fridays from 11am to 2pm or by appointment via email. Items taken should be used to educate or support education in some way. Materials from the Donation Station cannot be taken for personal or business use. The Donation Station team will hold and reserve the items for up to 48 hours, after which they will be returned to inventory.

Who can donate?

The KS Donation Station will be collecting donations strictly from KS properties to ensure that the data collected from the project reflects the amount of waste reduced from KS sites. Gently used classroom and office supplies can be dropped off at 926 Kohou Street. This includes materials for students, educators, or administrators, as well as supplies that aid and encourage education in any way.

Please ensure donations are in useable condition, and they must be boxed or bagged when dropped off at site unless they are bulk items. No loose donations should be left at pick-up sites other than oversized items. Staff members will be on hand to receive and inventory items. For larger donations, please email a photo to ksdonationstation@gmail.com and schedule a pick-up.


Donation Station updates hours through August

Check out the Donation Station as we clear out existing inventory and find new homes for an array of useful items! Multiple visits to the Donation Station are encouraged.

Should you have additional questions, please contact us at ksdonationstation@gmail.com.
Mahalo for your patronage and we hope to continue serving our community in reusing what we have and reducing the waste that goes into our landfills!

Hours of Operation
Wednesday and Thursday 11am-2pm
or by appointment via email

Sep
2
Sat
Birthday of Queen Lili‘uokalani
Sep 2 all-day

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