Kamehameha Schools is among the sponsors of the Nov. 20 run/walk which starts at Sandy Beach Park, passes Hālona lookout, Hanauma Bay and ends at Hui Nalu hālau at Maunalua Bay Beach Park. Proceeds from the four-mile event will benefit the Hui Nalu Canoe Club.
KS is proud to be a sponsor of the Kaiwi Coast Run & Walk, a
four-mile run/walk starting at Sandy Beach Park, passing Hālona lookout,
Hanauma Bay and ending at the Hui Nalu hālau at Maunalua Bay Beach
Park. The event is on Nov. 20, 2022 and begins at 6:45 a.m.
The Kaiwi Coast Run & Walk supports Hui Nalu Canoe Club’s mission to promote educational and community improvement opportunities that strengthen family, community, and individual relationships with each other as well as the environment.
The event also aims to raise awareness and affection for the natural beauty and cultural heritage of the Kaiwi Coast with a goal of protecting and preserving the natural and cultural resources of the Kaiwi Coast for future generations to enjoy.
Along the route you will see signage showing Hawaiian place names. KS’ Ho‘okahua hui helped to update the signs, and our Marketing team designed them.
Kaiwi Coast Run/Walk
Proceeds benefit the Hui Nalu Canoe Club
From Sandy Beach Park to Maunalua Bay Beach Park.
Sunday, Nov. 20
Starting at sunrise, 6:45 a.m.
To raise awareness for the natural beauty and cultural heritage of the Kaiwi Coast.
KS will help coordinate packet pick-up at Kāhala Mall – where we have a ground lease, and Windward Mall – where we have a space lease. For details on entry fees, packet pick-ups, parking and more, visit the Kaiwi Coast Run & Walk website.
The ‘ili kūpono, or land division of Maunalua extends from Makapu‘u point to Ka‘alākei valley. Kamehameha Schools has been a longtime landowner in Maunalua (Hawai‘i Kai). The estate currently owns more than 3,000 acres of commercial, agricultural and preservation land in the region.