Maui’s magic and culture have a way of touching the hearts of all who visit. Find the right way for your family to get involved during your stay.
Rooted in Aloha
Rooted in Aloha is a reforestation initiative created by Fairmont Kea Lani in partnership with Skyline Conservation. Through restoration of the native forests on the slopes of Haleakalā, this visitor supported conservation program provides an opportunity for people to directly support preservation of Maui’s native resources.
hawaiian island land trust
Feeling Maui’s aloha spirit? Engage your team and give back with Hawaiian Islands Land Trust’s preservation program. On this excursion, visit the beautiful Waihe‘e Coastal Dunes and Wetlands Refuge where you’ll participate in a guided tour and learn about the environmental ecosystem, history and culture.
aloha backpack buddies
One of the resort’s longest standing volunteerism opportunities is through The Maui Food Bank’s wonderful Aloha Backpack Buddies program. This program provides underprivileged school kamali’i (children) with six healthy meals to cover their weekend while school is not in session.
Giving back and volunteering is one of the greatest ways our guests can leave a positive lasting impact on Maui. We have worked with our non-profit partners to share a variety of opportunities for our guests to get involved through voluntourism. Please visit the websites of the organizations below to find out about how you can get involved with their volunteer opportunities. Please note that some of these organization’s volunteer events may be on hold due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Our Kuleana Commitment
Fairmont Kea Lani has a long-standing history of prioritizing conservation of our natural resources and community service to our Maui ‘ohana (family). We share our kuleana (responsibility) with our Heartists (colleagues) and encourage our guests to continue the positive effects of our actions. Our goal is to preserve the natural beauty of Hawai’i, educate and perpetuate our rich culture and care for na kamaliʻi (children) and kupuna (respected elders) of Maui.