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Kupu, Honolulu, Hawaii

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Address: 4211 Waialae ave. Ste 1020
Honolulu, Hawaii  96816  
United States
Fax: 808 735-1223
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 300
Number of People Being Served: 300
EIN: 51-0652665
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Mission Statement


“Benefit local communities through programs that promote youth education, environment stewardship, and cross-cultural exchange. Bringing enrichment and aid to local communities with God’s love.”

Description


Kupu is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Kupu’s staff has been coordinating the Hawaii Youth Conservation Corps (HYCC) since 2001. The HYCC program provides nearly 300 positions yearly for youth across the state of Hawaii through its four programs. Each program is focused on environmental conservation. Kupu provides both Year round and summer programs. The Year Round interns (ages18-30) are funded through AmeriCorps, a federal program that provide citizens the opportunity to give back to local communities much like the Peace Corps. Summer program members are for youth between the ages of 15-21 and Team leaders are 21 years and over. Over the last decade Kupu has created many partnerships with environmental conservation agencies across the state. In 2010 Kupu worked with nearly 80 different partner organizations.

Kupu is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Kupu’s staff has been coordinating the Hawaii Youth Conservation Corps (HYCC) since 2001. The HYCC program provides nearly 300 positions yearly for youth across the state of Hawaii through its four programs. Each program is focused on environmental conservation. Kupu provides both Year round and summer programs. The Year Round interns (ages18-30) are funded through AmeriCorps, a federal program that provide citizens the opportunity to give back to local communities much like the Peace Corps. Summer program members are for youth between the ages of 15-21 and Team leaders are 21 years and over. Over the last decade Kupu has created many partnerships with environmental conservation agencies across the state. In 2010 Kupu worked with nearly 80 different partner organizations.

Mission Statement: “Benefit local communities through programs that promote youth education, environment stewardship, and cross-cultural exchange. Bringing enrichment and aid to local communities with God’s love.”

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Program Type:


Youth Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes