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Valeriano G.

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Since 1996 we began as a program funded by Queen Liliokalani children center (QLCC) QLCC's intent was to provide cultural activity opportunities for our community children whose parents could not afford extre curriculum activities for their keiki because of economic hardships. Since then, we have became a non-profit organization. We fund our program through fundraisers, grants, sponsorships and donations

Our Mission: Is to impower families by developing programs that promote an appreciation for the Native Hawaiian culture an value system through cultural practises.2016 is the 20th Anniversary of Na Lei O Waialua Hula Halau and Ukulele. Serving the Koolaulea Region, Wahiawa, and Kapolei. we offer free Hula lessons to the community, with majority of our funding for supplies, costumes, hula implements, and insurance is done through endless fundraising by the haumana(students, Kumu(teacher), the parents,a dn the Board of directors. Hula is a gift, If you would like to volunteer or donate contact us at
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