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We offer programs and services across Hawaiʻi and in a mix of formats--from virtual, to hybrid, to in-person. Our team is constantly adding new programs and services, so check back frequently.

Some offerings are not searchable on our website, as they are only available for kamaliʻi and ʻohana who currently have a relationship with LT. Please reach out to your LT worker for questions.

After-school Hui

A safe place for kamaliʻi with interactive activities to practice aloha. Activities include enrichment through an action lab, kani ka pila (mele) and athletic workouts in addition to academic support and training. Held at Kīpuka Hilo for kamaliʻi in grades 6-8.

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Ka ʻUpena ʻŌpio

During this in-person program, ʻōpio from grades 6-12 will learn about Queen Liliʻuokalani & Hawaiian culture through moʻolelo, wellness, arts & crafts. Activities will also include two huakaʻi.

Thursdays

February 15 - May 2, 2024

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Puʻu Lei O Liliʻu

Puʻu Lei o Liliʻu (PLOL) acts as a hoʻokahua (foundation) for healing, wellness, and connection. PLOL holds year-round programming for Native Hawaiian kamaliʻi ages 14-18, specifically those transitioning out of the juvenile justice system, involved with the child welfare system, or facing academic challenges.

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Keahuolū Camping Program

Located between Kailua-Kona town and Honokōhau Harbor are two campgrounds nestled along the Keahuolū shoreline. Halepaʻo is a sandy beach surrounded by a grove of milo trees with a swimming area and tide pools. Hiʻiakanoholae is a sandy beach to the north of Halepaʻo with tide pools, blowholes, and deep ocean waters.

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Māla'e Ko'a

Māla'e Koa is an exploratory program, promoting practices, behaviors and lifestyles of Aloha 'Āina. The program will consist of three (3) hana with the third hana to be an overnight camp in Keahuolū, Kona for kamali'i grades 6 - 12.

Hana 1: PILINA; December 2, 2023

Hana 2: NOHO LIKE; January 13 and February 3, 2024

Hana 3: ALOHA 'ĀINA CAMP; March 18-22, 2024

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Ka 'Upena is an in-person program where kamali'i from grades 4-5 will learn about Queen Lili'uokalani and Hawaiian culture through mo'olelo, wellness, arts & crafts.

Ka ʻUpena Kamaliʻi

During this in-person program, kamali'i from grades 4-5 will learn about Queen Lili'uokalani & Hawaiian culture through mo'olelo, wellness, arts & crafts.

Tuesdays

February 13 - April 16, 2024

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Liliʻu's Hale

During this 10 week in-person program, 'ōpio from grades 6 - 12 will learn about our Queen & Hawaiian culture through 'āina, moʻolelo, arts, crafts and cooking. Activities will also include a huakaʻi and much more.

Monday & Wednesdays, 2:30 - 5:00PM

February 12 - May 1, 2024

Grades 6 - 12

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Nā Leo o Kamakaʻeha is an exciting paid 16-week opportunity for youth ages 16 - 26. Participants will help to develop exciting youth programming for the community, speak up for what they believe in, and will become more confident and courageous in advocating for change. Virtually and in-person, up to 10 hours/week.

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He Lei Aloha is an ongoing program that brings together kamaliʻi ages 12-18 across the pae ʻāina who are interested in perpetuating Queen Liliʻuokalaniʻs legacy through a traveling performing arts production.

He Lei Aloha

He Lei Aloha is an ongoing program that brings together kamaliʻi ages 12-18 across the pae ʻāina who are interested in perpetuating Queen Liliʻuokalaniʻs legacy through a traveling performing arts production.

One in-person and one virtual meeting per month.

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Flyer for Hoʻokahua, a 2-generation program for young Native Hawaiian mākua ages 18-26, parenting kamaliʻi ages 0-5 years.

Hoʻokahua

The Ho‘okahua program is a two-generation program for young Native Hawaiian mākua (parents) ages 18-26 years, parenting kamali‘i (children) ages 0-5 years. Ho‘okahua aims to strengthen and nurture a secure and healthy attachment between makua and kamali‘i, and prepare our young ‘ohana for independence. 

2-year program beginning Summer 2023. Approx. 7 hours per week at Kīpuka Waiʻanae.

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