Hanalei Bay Pier
In June of 2013, the Rotary Club of Hanalei Bay completed construction of the Hanalei Pier Canopy and had a blessing ceremony that included Governor Neil Abacrombie. The majority of the funding was donated by caring people in the community and friends of the Pier from around the world. Our thanks and congratulations to everyone that participated.
Repairs to the Hanalei CenterRepairs to the Boy Scout Camp,Haena Monthly Highway Clean Up Community Food Drives Clean Up of Kilauea School GroundsSupplies and Books Hanalei and Kilauea ElementarySchool Recycling Program
Participation Reading Tutorial Program at Hanalei School
Rescue Tube Initiative
The Rotary Club of Hanalei Bay is active in promoting ocean safety by installing rescue tubes on sections of beaches that do not have manned life guard stations. The Rescue Tube Initiative has saved the lives of 35 people to date. Over 200 rescue tubes are now scattered around the island beaches.
Growing Our Own Teachers, grew out of a Hanalei Bay Rotary project to provide scholarships to local teacher candidates, to become a 501c charity in it's own right. Since the project started there has been no need to import teachers from the mainland. Donate here
The Rotary club of Hanalei Bay has adopted a stretch of highway from the Princeville shopping mall to the spa. On the first Saturday of every month you will find the regular crew out there every month keeping our highways clean. This is a notoriously dirty part of the highway because the Transfer station in just down the road and trash blows out of trucks when people don't cover their loads.
The Rotary Club of Hanalei Bay made a substantial donation to K-Pal which is a local organization that is supervised by local off-duty police to provide community activities for local kids. The funds went to help renovate a derelict building as a meeting place for kids after school.