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At Home

During this time of learn-from-home, work-from-home, our EI team has been offering opportunities for social connection and a little structure in the days of our youth and families.

Exploring the practices of Akahai Lōkahi ʻOluʻolu Haʻahaʻa Ahonui

Mahalo for your interest in EI and our programming!

We are humbled and honored to share that Cohort 11 of our Foundations of ALOHA program is open for registration (bit.ly/alohacohort11). This virtual cohort begins on September 12, 2021 and continues for 5 weeks of daily practice and community building. We focus on engaging youth and families in building hearts and minds around ALOHA through exploring practices of Akahai, Lōkahi, ʻOluʻolu, Haʻahaʻa, and Ahonui, guided by the teachings of Auntie Pilahi Paki and Pono Shim

Youth, families and educators are provided daily activities that help to build their ALOHA responses, from inside themselves, to the community, and out to the planet. Families are also invited to meet with renowned healer and storyteller Pono Shim, to explore how ALOHA shows up in our lives in this time of physical distancing.  Please email us at [email protected] for more information.

We extend our deep gratitude to our primary funders thus far for this program – the Omidyar ʻOhana Fund, Howard K.L. Castle Foundation, American Savings Bank, HIDOE Office of Hawaiian Education, Hawaii Life Charitable Fund, and Atherton Family Foundation  –  for your support of Education Incubator and our journey to support the growth of ALOHA in our schools and communities!