Friends + Partners

Nonprofit Organizations:
Here is a snapshot of a few of the nonprofit organizations that serve Kīlauea Town and our North Shore community. We invite you to follow their work and help support their missions.

Āina Hoʻokupu O Kīlauea – Kīlauea Ag Park
Mission: Be the change! Help us facilitate solutions to economic, social, and agricultural/food security challenges that the Kīlauea community and Kaua`i faces.

Anaina Hou Community Park
Mission: Anaina Hou Community Park is a community-gathering place on Kauai’s north shore that is rooted in our diverse history and where we honor the culture of these islands that calls us to Malama (care for) the land & sea, ourselves, and each other. To this end, we dedicate ourselves to developing public and private partnerships that benefit our greater island community through education, health and public safety, environmental stewardship, and quality entertainment.

Friends of Kauaʻi Wildlife Refuges
Mission: Friends of Kauaʻi Wildlife Refuges serves as a nonprofit Friends Group that supports the environmental and wildlife conservation, preservation and community education programs of the Kauaʻi National Wildlife Refuge Complex, by helping to fill in the funding, staffing, outreach and educational gaps in the programs administered by the Refuge team.

Hawaiian Islands Land Trust
Our Mission: To protect the lands that sustain us for current and future generations.

Kiaʻi Kāhili
It is an initiative supported by 5 organizations; the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Kīlauea Point National Wildlife Refuge (KPNWR), Hawaiian Islands Land Trust (HILT), Kīlauea Neighborhood Association (KNA), Kīlauea Point Natural History Association (KPNHA) and ʻĀina Hoʻokupu o Kīlauea (AHK). It includes the USFWS owned area known as Kāhili Quarry on the western side of Kīlauea River (Kīlauea side), as well as the opposite side of the river (Waiakalua/Wailapa side) owned by HILT.

Kaulana Kīlauea
Mission: To provide services, resources, and events that educate participants about the unique history of Kīlauea, Kauaʻi and/or promote multi-cultural unity within, but not limited to, the community of Kīlauea.

North Shore Lions
We are a community-based organization focused on helping make the world around us a better, happier place. With the help of our tireless staff, we organize fundraisers, exciting community-building events, and in-depth training sessions for our volunteers.

Mission: To provide homes and sustainable living solutions, within reach, restoring hope for the people of Hawai’i.

Reef Guardians Hawaiʻi
Reef Guardians Hawaiʻi is committed to ocean preservation, activated through Research, Restoration, and Education. We serve by raising mauka to makai environmental awareness, implementing monitoring and environmental solutions, facilitating restoration, and educating future advocates and stewards through our Reef Camp program and Hawaiʻi SeaLife App.

Local Businesses and Friends:

Brower Construction
5155 Papaa Road, Kīlauea
(808) 634-6227

(808) 346-6611

Christ Memorial Episcopal Church Kilauea
(808) 482-4824

Hale Lea Medical Clinic
(808) 828-2885

Healthy Hut
(808) 828-6626

Island Soap
(808) 828-1955

Kīlauea Fish Market
(808) 828-6244

Kīlauea Town Market
(808) 828-1512

Kong Lung Store
(808) 828-1822

Lighthouse Bistro
(808) 828-0480

Meals on Wheels
Meals on Wheels is a nationwide program that provides older Americans nutritious meals and safety checks at little to no cost.

Memory Care in Hawaiʻi

Moloaʻa Fruitstand
(808) 822-1441

North Country Farms
(808) 828-1513

North Shore Clinic
(808) 828-1418

North Shore Plumbing
(808) 828-1221

North Shore Custom Floors
(808) 652-7580

Kīlauea Mini Storage
4306 Aalona Street, Kīlauea
(808) 828-1586

Pineapple Yoga
(808) 652-9009

The Ridge Hawaii
1661 Huli Rd., Kīlauea
(808) 232-3530

Working Greens Hawaii
PO Box 158, Kīlauea
(808) 828-0022