Manawale’a Project: Hawaii’s Community Service Resource; Co-Founded by Kawika Ayau of Makaha

Kawika Ayau, 5th from right, is the Fundraising Chair for the E Ala Voyaging Canoe Education Program, and a member of the Hoa Aina o Makaha farm board.  Ayau, a Makaha resident, is co-founder of the Manawale'a Project, which specializes in organizing corporate community service projects and fundraisers.

Kawika Ayau, 5th from right, is the Fundraising Chair for the E Ala Voyaging Canoe Education Program, and a member of the Hoa Aina o Makaha farm board. Ayau, a Makaha resident, is co-founder of the Manawale’a Project, which specializes in organizing corporate community service projects and fundraisers.

Kawika Ayau

Kawika Ayau

Information about the Manawale’a Project from Kawika Ayau: Many companies have their associates participate in community service projects, however, normally the individual organizing these has other primary job duties. Manawale’a Project provides logistical coordination and management for companies who want to make a bigger impact but do not have the resources. We are not a nonprofit and sustain ourselves through a fair coordination fee based on the individual project.

We also provide services to local charitable organizations in terms of maximizing the potential revenue for their fundraisers. We are able to customize these fundraisers based on budget, goal(s), needs of the organization and their participant demographic. We offer complete logistical and event management for a variety of fundraisers including, but not limited to: golf and other sports related tournaments, galas and themed parties, food and wine events, concerts and anything else under the sun. Manawale’a Project also charges a small coordination fee to these organizations.

For more information, visit: http://www.manawaleaproject.com

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