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The Hoku Relay raises funds to support multiple local non-profits working to provide more opportunity to the children of Hawaii.

Hoku Scholars provides pro-active scholarships to K-12 students in economic need, allowing them to access the same opportunities as their peers while building a competitive college profile.


CASA is the only volunteer program that empowers everyday citizens as officers of the court. In an overburdened social welfare system, abused and neglected children often slip through the cracks among hundreds of current cases. CASA volunteers change that. Appointed by Family Court judges, CASA volunteers typically handle one case at a time and commit to staying on that case until the child is placed in a safe, permanent home.


Ikaika Hawaii has a vision to perpetuate the development of inspirational Watermen & Women through positive water sport opportunity for the children of Hawaii. Our goal is to provide a pathway for children to develop physically and mentally as champion athletes and people through water sports. With these goals in mind we offer holistic training programs for children to strive for personal excellence, through to World and Olympic competition.

Hawai’i Literacy is a local non-profit that helps adults and children who struggle with reading and writing to build the literacy and learning skills they need to succeed in school, find decent employment, and help their own families. They operate 5 programs – Adult Literacy tutoring, Family Literacy libraries, English Language Learner, Parents Achieving Literacy, and the Bookmobile Program. Together with over 300 trained and caring volunteers, the programs reach over 3,100 youth and adults each year, including of 2,000 keiki and parents on the Waianae Coast.

There are up to three more non-profit partners still being finalized!

If your organization would like to partner for the 2020 Hoku Relay, please contact us using the navigation bar link.