Manuiki Foundation

 

The Manuiki Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit charity consisting of a vibrant all-volunteer community of committed and caring individuals dedicated to the preservation and perseverance of the Hawai‘ian culture. All donations are tax deductable.
 
12610 Des Moines Memorial Drive
Suite #106
Burien, WA. 98168

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Ki'i - Picture Gallery

Vashon Island Strawberry Festival 2017.

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Cultural Demonstrations at the 2017 Folk Life Festival - Seattle Center The Manuiki Foundation participated in the cultural demonstrations at the 2017 Folklife Festival held at the Seattle Center, Seattle Washington.

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Additional pictures can be found on Google Pics.


Kī Hō‘alu / Slack Key Festival

The Manuiki Foundation, in cooperation with Halau Hula ‘O Lono, presents our annual Seattle Style Slack Key Festival. Enjoy Hawaiian food, crafts, and workshops in "kanikapila style slack key guitar" before renowned musicians like LT Smooth, Aja Gamble, and Blayne Asing take the stage.

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Ho‘iki‘iki - Workshops
Ipu Heke, Ipu Heke Ole, Lei Hulu and Kahili

The Manuiki Foundation, in cooperation with Halau Hula ‘O Lono, presents workshops - Ipu Heke, Ipu Heke Ole, Lei Hulu and Kahili

Ka Manuiki Foundation, ma ke alu like me Halau Hula ‘O Lono, ho‘iki‘iki - Ipu Heke, Ipu Heke Ole, Lei Hulu and Kahili

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Our mission - Helping our Kupuna

Helping Uncle Bill and Aunty Nani with their move to California - a part of our "Heal My Heart" program

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Lei Day

Lei Day in the state of Hawaii has a very rich and colorful history. Since the first Lei Day on May 1, 1929, Hawaii has continued the annual celebration. The Manuiki Foundation held Lei Day on May 2, 2015.

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Da KINE - You know - "DA KINE"

Merrie Monarch: Overall Pilina - “It’s a lot of excitement, but it’s also a commitment on the side of the dancer. Without the spirit, without the love, we don’t get it.” says another Hauʻoli Hula Maiden, Manu Lono. Hula - A Way Of Life - Wahi a Manu Lono, kekahi Hauʻoli Hula Maiden hou aku, “he pīhoihoi a hauʻoli, a he hana nui.
Mea ʻole inā ʻaʻohe ʻuhane me ke aloha.”
   
Island Style - ʻŌiwi Ē Medley
Song Across Hawaiʻi | Playing for Change Collaboration
Aunty Manuiki Lono at the 2013 Gabby Pahinui Waimanalo Kanikapila August 10, 2013
   
Rehearsal in Westport labor day
for Seattke Live Aloha
Samoan firefighters in N California returning from the front