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SUPPORTING THE COMMUNITY: $8.8 MILLION IN BENEFITS IN 2012
“It makes me want to get involved; now that I have the knowledge I can't just sit back and watch…”
–Monica, former member
PROVIDING EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY: $450,000 IN EDUCATION AWARDS DISTRIBUTED ANNUALLY
“[Kupu] offers a great opportunity for the future generations to educate them on environmental conservation and open doors to related jobs in Hawaii.”
–Jessica, former member
PROMOTING SUSTAINABILITY & CLEAN ENERGY: AVERTED 6,257 TONS OF GHG EMISSIONS IN 2012
Our Mission
To empower youth to serve their communities through character-building, service-learning, and environmental stewardship opportunities that encourage integrity (pono) with God (Ke Akua), self and others.
Youth Served To Date
2602

Latest News & Alerts

Kupu’s Hawaii Youth Conservation Corps Receives Accreditation for Excellence in Operations from National Accrediting Body

Posted on 27 Mar 2015
Corps Center of Excellence, a subsidiary of The Corps Network – the national association of Service and Conservation Corps, grants Accreditation to Kupu’s Hawaii Youth Conservation Corps following a rigorous review process. For Immediate Release 3/27/2015 [Honolulu, HI] – Following an…
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Mahalo to Kupu’s Donors for Jan-March 2015!

Posted on 27 Mar 2015
Kupu would like to recognize the following individuals, organizations, and funders for their donations and grants during the period of January 2015-March 2015. Mahalo for supporting Kupu’s programs and growth! If you would like to make a donation to Kupu, please visit http://kup…
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Kupu has a lot of things to offer...I got a career out of the program and I've been hired on at the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park….it is a great stepping stone for people who are looking for a foot in the door to conservation.
Kristine, 2010 member