Aloha Fellowship Logo THE ALOHA PROJECT
Making The World A Better Place

sponsored by Aloha International

Links
The Booklet Plan
The Pali Uli Plan
The Healer Plan
The Teacher Plan
The Hula Plan
The Blessing Plan
The Action Plan
The Donation Plan
The Business Plan
Huna Village

The Aloha Project

Aloha is a Hawaiian word meaning love, friendship, compassion, and charity, as well as, in its roots, "the joyful sharing of loving energy in the present moment." For this reason the Hawaiians also use the same word for happy greetings and farewells.

The Aloha Project was conceived by Serge Kahili King in 1973 as a way to join the people of the world together in a spirit of Aloha to bring about physical, emotional, mental, environmental, social, and spiritual harmony based on the wisdom found in Hawaiian philosophy and culture.

The Aloha Fellowship

The Aloha Fellowship is a membership association made up of people of all ages and from all walks of life who believe that it is possible for individuals working together to transform the Earth into a paradise of love, peace, and happiness.

The purpose of the Fellowship is to support the Aloha Project in thought, word, and deed. There are no dues, no fees, and no expiration for membership. To become a member and receive our monthly email newsletter, all you have to do is make the following pledge:

"I pledge to do my best to make the world a better place."

You can join by sending an email with your pledge to huna@huna.org or by writing to The Aloha Fellowship, PO Box 426, Volcano HI 96785 USA. You will also receive an e-version of "The Little Pink Booklet of Aloha" which you may share with others.

Below are some specific ways in which you can participate. The links will provide you with more details.

The Booklet Plan: The publishing, translating, and free distribution of print and web-based healing techniques.
The Pali Uli Plan: Join others around the world in Second Life for learning, healing, and teaching on our two islands.
The Huna Healer Plan: Learn Huna healing techniques and use them to help others.
The Huna Teacher Plan: Learn what you can and teach what you know.
The Hula Plan: Join the Halau Hula Na Kupua O Kaua'i or a local hula group.
The Blessing Plan: Practice the art of blessing alone or with others as a way of healing the world.
The Aloha Action Plan: Get actively involved in social and environmental projects.
The Donation Plan: A practical way to help The Aloha Project succeed.
The Business Plan: Become a Huna Store Associate and help to spread the knowledge.

Send comments or questions to: huna@huna.org