Maui Grandmothers

E ho’olōkahi i ka pu’uwai – “Unity of the Heart”

E ho’olōkahi i ka pu’uwai
E ho’olōkahi i ka pu’uwai
E ho’olōkahi i ka pu’uwai
A Tū lele
E Aloha e

Mission Statement
The Pacifica Indigenous Grandmothers Council of Maui represent an alliance of women elders, wisdom keepers from many nations and tribes, who are dedicated to honoring our diversity while weaving a tapestry of unity through prayer, education and healing for our Mother Earth, all Her inhabitants, the children, and for the next seven generations to come, especially those from the Pacific Island nations…..

Click Here to see entire Mission Statement.

SPECIAL REPORT: There has been a landslide on Saturday, March 22, 2014, near Arlington, Washington. Below is a non-profit website with the link to make donations for mudslide victims. “These donations will be divided equally among the families in need, to help them start in life again after having lost everything. No administrative costs will be deducted.”

Robin Youngblood is among those that have been displaced from their home and lost everything as homes were decimated by fast moving mud and debris. If o’hana wants to help her family personally, please send donations to her email address via Paypal:

Thank you for your support.


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Click Here to see photographs of our October gathering at Kanaha Beach in Kahului, Maui.