100+ Women Who Care Maui is one of over 550 groups in USA and Canada who gather four times a year for a one-hour meeting, to learn about local charities and non-profits. Every attendee donates a $100 check to a charity of which that the group selects at that meeting. This combined donation of $10,000 makes a real impact, without time-consuming fundraising events and planning.
“Revolution Green” is a revealing documentary about the renewable fuel called biodiesel and its importance to the world economy. Revolution Green presents the story of Maui’s own industry pioneers Bob and Kelly King, whose company created the first retail biodiesel pump in America.
Our Salon Series continues…Thursday, October 5, 2017 from 6pm – 8pm Come join us for the award-winning movie screening of “Get A Job!” It’s a comedy directed by Brian Kohne filmed on Maui in 2011. It captures the heart and spirit of life on the island while setting a retro feel of slapstick comedy with…Watch Now
During the month of August we will take some time off to restructure our Akakū Upstairs Thursday Salon Series. Since February 22, 2017 we have completed 22 media salons. Our guests hosts have included Producers, Writers, Directors, Storytellers, mainly those with Media expertise. We will continue our Media salons while adding hands-on Workshops that will…Watch Now
*Take part in reviewing this updated version of: Taylor Camp, Kauai 1969-1977 Taylor Camp sits on the north shore of Kauai and was owned by Howard Taylor, brother of actress Elizabeth Taylor. He bails out a rag-tag band of young Mainlanders jailed for vagrancy and invites them to live on his ocean-front land. Soon, waves…Watch Now