He aliʻi ka ʻāina, he kauwā ke kanaka,
The land is a chief, man is her servant.
kahuli lei 'ula
FOR THE COMMUNITY,
BY THE COMMUNITY.
Fostering partnerships with business, residents, government and other community stakeholders.
Mālama Kīpuka Hawaiʻi (MKH) is a duly organized 501c3 Non-Profit Organization in the State of Hawai‘i dedicated to the creation of vibrant public spaces that serve the communities they are in. Help us to create and preserve our public spaces.
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PARK(ing) Day is an annual event in which citizens, artists and activists nationwide temporarily transform a parking space into a “parklet,” or creative public space that will pop up that runs annually around the nation.
'MOTHER' free-standing art lettering in honor of Mother Margaret Waldron.
MISSON FOR TOMORROW.
We are dedicated to the creation of vibrant public spaces that serve the local communities.
Our mission is to foster connection within communities by forming strategic partnerships with local government bodies, land owners, businesses, residents and other community stakeholders to activate existing underutilized public space and find creative ways to dedicate and convert existing private space for public use. Malama Kīpuka Hawaiʻi strives to create safe, welcoming and vibrant urban oases or “Kīpuka” that benefit communities by providing social and cultural programming in these newly activated public spaces that is representative of the surrounding community’s rich past, present needs and future vision.