A PERCENTAGE OF EVERY ALOHA GROWN SALE GOES BACK TO OUR COMMUNITY.We are committed to supporting efforts to care for our island, our people and our culture.
A percentage of every sale going back to the community, which awards local nonprofits, schools, organizations and initiatives that embody our philosophy…
“Support Local. Sustain the Aina. Share the Aloha.”
Past RecipientsParker School & Waimea Elementary School – “Kihapai Ho`oulu" Project
Kohala Youth Ranch – “Equine-Assisted Therapy" Program
Laupahoehoe Community Public Charter School – “Farm to School” Program Hydroponics & Aquaponics Systems
Volcano School of Arts and Sciences – “Kalo Garden” Project
Na Wai Ola Public Charter School – “Third Grade Composting" Project
From L-R: Camille Kalahiki (Manager – Parker Ranch Store), Joe Vitorino (Program Director - Kohala Youth Ranch), Tina Doherty (Head of Parker Middle School), Jenny Bach (“Farm to School” Coordinator/Garden Teacher - Laupahoehoe Community Public Charter School) and Randy Kurohara (President & Owner - Aloha Grown and Parker Ranch Store).
From L-R: Aunty Bev (Aloha Grown employee), Jason Wong (Principal – Na Wai Ola Public Charter School), Stephanie Olson-Moore (Third Grade Kumu - Na Wai Ola Public Charter School), John Lyle School (Parent - Volcano School of Arts & Sciences), Kalima Cayir (Principal - Volcano School of Arts & Sciences) and Randy Kurohara (President & Owner - Aloha Grown and Parker Ranch Store).
Kohala Elementary School – “Discovery Garden” project
Laupahoehoe Community Public Charter School – “Farm to School” program
Naalehu School Garden – “Aquaponics Garden Unit” project
Punana Leo o Waimea – “Malaai expansion” project
Hawaii Institute of Pacific Agriculture – “Aloha Classroom” project
Hilo Downtown Improvement Association – “Lets Grow Hilo” project
Hilo Intermediate School Parent & Community Networking Center – “Learning Garden/Aquaponics System” project
Honpa Hongwanji Hilo Betsuin – “Grow our Garden” initiative
Malaai: The Culinary Garden of Waimea Middle School – “Farm Stand” program
Parker School – “Kihapai Hooulu” project
Waimea Country School – “Na Keiki Aloha Aina” program
Over the last few years, we have compiled a few of these stories and are pleased to share them with you!
"Farm-to-School in Laupahoehoe"
"Pigs, Potatoes and Ulu Mau Puanui"
"A Kiawe Forest in Puako - The Terroir behind Volcano Island Honey"
"The Essential Ingredients in Waimea Body Essentials"
"A New Chip off the Old Block"
"Ka Hana Noeau - To Work Diligently"