Our 10% Contribution
Here at ‘Ohana Green Witches giving back is important to us that’s why we have decided to team up with different non-profit programs each year to support projects that help to further enrich our community and planet. Every year we will choose a different not-for-profit program that we feel best promotes and supports environmental issues worldwide or within our local community.
This year we are proud to announce that we have teamed up with Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii’s to spread some Aloha to help bring sustainability to our community through lifestyle changes that help with keeping our oceans and coastlines free of debris and plastic to bring clean and healing waters back to our 'Āina and mother Gaia.
Stay tuned and follow us on Facebook and Instagram for information on contribution and volunteer days, just one way we can help to keep our oceans and mother earth thriving by helping keep our communities more sustainable and bring healing to the body, mind, and soul of the universe as one.
To learn more about Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii visit their website here.
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Our Plant A Tree Program
We have teamed up with Hawaii’s Plant A Tree program to help restore Hawaii’s forests to their beautiful glory. Our program allows customers to choose to add a dollar to their order at checkout that goes towards helping plant trees here in Hawaii and around the globe.
“Plant a Tree is a venue for people to learn about the land, remove invasive weeds, reforest native vegetation, get dirty, leave the land better for their children, and offset their carbon footprint.”
Plant a Tree Hawaii is a non-profit organization that is helping to implement a model for vibrant diversified agriculture that restores Hawaii’s lands and forests through hands-on experiences coupled with community-based learning and volunteer programs. Their main goal is to create a self-sustaining platform protected from the threats of development and destruction that can be shared and recreated throughout the world. There first Hawaiian site for planting trees is on Kaʻala Ranch on the North Shore of Oahu. The ranch features 200+ acres of former sugar and pineapple land. To learn more about this program or to volunteer visit their website here.