2020 - 2021 UPDATE!   Thanks to funding by the Atherton Family Foundation, we are happy to report the Aha Kane project will resume in October 2020 pending COVID-19 status and DOE policies!  Stay tuned for further information!     (as of 4/5/2020)


This year-long project kicked off on October 11, 2018 and will continued until January 2020.  Activities include Culture, Hawaiiana, Protocol, Education and Career Pathways, Leadership and Community Service.  A final event is scheduled Thursday, October 24, 2019 at Nanakuli Boys and Girls Club with fifty, 8th grade male students from Waianae Intermediate and Nanakuli Intermediate.  See Ms. Luane Higuchi or Ms. Stacey Koyama for more details.

     Mahalo to our Sponsors:  James and Abigail Campbell Family Foundation, Hawaiian Electric Companies, James Campbell Development, First Hawaiian Bank, Lili`uokalani Trust, Lanikuhonua Culture Center, Aulani, a Disney Resort, McDonald's of Hawaii (Waianae & Nanakuli), and Westside Stories.

   In partnership with youth, volunteers, and staff from Boys and Girls Clubs of Waianae & Nanakuli, kane volunteers with O Hale Mua-O-Maui-A-Akalana of the Moku of Wai`anae and Lili`uokalani Trust Kipuka Wai`anae.   

Our next event is scheduled January 19, 2019.  Meet at your BGCH by 7:15 a.m. for an all-day event.  (Free, breakfast and lunch included).  See your Club Director to register.

Click here for 2018 flyer.   

For more information contact info@valleyofrainbows.org.


Mele ʻĀlana

Composed by Na Makalauna Feliciano & Nu`uanu Lenchanko


Kāhiko ʻia nā pali e ka ʻōpua lā ʻeā

Surrounded is the cliff by the bellowing clouds

‘O nā pua leialoha ʻea lā ʻeā

The loving leis of flowers

A he makana i ke alana ʻole lā ʻeā

a gift, endless gift

Eia aloha wale, o ka leo e

Here a loving gift is the voice




 Valley of Rainbows


Niu Maka o Nola`ela`e - Kane `Opio Project

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