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Hannah Bernard - photo by Jason MooreHawaii Wildlife Fund joins forces

by Hannah Bernard, President

Although we are small, we are mighty. And when we combine our efforts with other like-minded groups, great things happen.

> June - Planning HWF's 20th Anniversary
Our core team met with facilitator Jane Schumacher on Hawaii Island June 3 and 4 to formulate a strategic plan for our nonprofit organization based on high-performance principles.

> May - Focusing on high-performance
HWF team members attended Hawaii Community Foundation's Advancing Nonprofit Excellence Conference on Oahu on May 7, gaining important tools for our Strategic Planning Retreat in June. > Read more

> April - New supporter: Zohula
Zohula, the British maker of Hawaiian flip flops, which Hawaiians call "slippers," supports Hawaii Wildlife Fund not only by providing our beach volunteers with slippers but also by making a recurring donation to our cause. > Read more

> March - Good news for green sea turtles!!
"... Hannah Bernard, president and co-founder of Hawaii Wildlife Fund, said federal officials propose reclassifying sea turtles into 11 distinct population segments, since turtles in the same patch of ocean - the Hawaiian archipelago, for instance - share a genetic heritage and are isolated from other groups by vast expanses of ocean." > Read more

Me ka mahalo,

Hannah Bernard, President
Hawaii Wildlife Fund

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