2008 Child & Youth Fair in Kihei
 

Technology for
Environmental
Assessment &
Collaboration in
Hawai'i

a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation


 


Aloha

 

TEACH Maui, Inc. was established to help protect natural resources and cultural sites in Maui County. The organization seeks to fulfill its mission with passion and respect for the culture and traditions of the Hawaiian people.

We want to help prepare our children to face the many challenges and opportunities that life will present by helping them develop appreciation and a sense of caring (malama) for the environment, and the importance of natural resources, cultural and historical sites.

To this end, our board members, advisors and volunteers are called to take on the roles of kumu (teachers) and alaka’i (leaders) in our schools and communities in regards to the education of our keiki (kids).

Please take a few moments to read about our initiatives.

 

 

In the news...

Mar 2013 - TMI transports injured night heron from Honolulu to the Hawai'i Wildlife Center on the Big Island.

Oct 2012 - TMI donates pilot and air time to transport sick or injured native birds from Maui county to Hawai'i Wildlife Center on the Big Island.

Nov 2011- Awarded grant from MEDB Ke Alahele Education Fund for a Middle School Student Computer Skills Enhancement Project.

Apr 2011 - TMI donates pilot, air time and a "spotter" seat to a Maui educator for the bi-annual monk seal count.

Oct 2010 - TMI donates pilot and air time for the bi- annual monk seal count.

13 Aug 09 - Maui Weekly feature article about TEACH Maui.

11 Aug 09 - Awarded grant from Walk the Talk Fund at the Hawai'i Community Foundation.

17 Jul 09 - Awarded NOAA B-WET grant in partnership with Kihei Charter School and Kihei Canoe Club.

5 Jan 09 - Awarded grant from the Leiter Family Foundation for our Akeakama'i o mo'omehia Hawai'i kamali'i no Science and Hawaiian Culture Program.