UA HILO ‘IA KE AHO A KE ALOHA
Like the weaving of a beautiful lei, our club is made up of native Hawaiians, former residents of Hawaii and other who simply love Hawai’i. Although we are from ethnically diverse backgrounds, we come together with a sense of community to share the history, culture and beauty of Hawai’i.
OUR VISION STATEMENT
The vision of our organization is to promote Hawaiian Cultural Values through pono service emphasizing education, cultural practices, health, political awareness and charitable activities throughout the State of Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Region.
Pi’ilani is made up of talented members who view their role as providing a service to the local community. We sponsor such activities as lei-making, ‘olelo (language) classes, Hawaiian quilting, and guest speakers on Hawaiian topics. We also function as a community resource for Hawaiian history, culture and the arts. For our young people we are a clearing house for educational scholarship opportunities. As a chapter of the association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs, we distribute information on legislation to further the causes of the Hawaiian people.
HOW CAN YOU BE INVOLVED?
We are looking for enthusiastic people willing to share their gifts and talents for the continuance of the traditions we love.