E-Foiling on Maui

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Ocean Steward Camp

Hawaiian Paddle Sports supports Maui Youth and Family Services, Building better lives with Hawaii's families, a nonprofit that provides hundreds of youth.

Skyline Conservation Initiative

Over time, native forests have been disappearing on Maui. To counteract that, Skyline has helped restore native ecosystems since it started its zipline operations in 2002.

Eat Less Plastic

Hawaiian Paddle Sports is joining the Eat Less Plastic voyage to gather important plastic pollution data. Collection of microplastics in the ocean daily.

Maui Youth and Family Services

Hawaiian Paddle Sports supports Maui Youth and Family Services, Building better lives with Hawaii's families, a nonprofit that provides hundreds of youth.

Top 25 Things to Do in Maui

Although you may not get to all of them on one trip, here are our suggestions for the Top 25 Things to Do in Maui. Enjoy, explore and don't forget to relax!

Non Profit of the Month | Maui Huliau Foundation

Maui Huliau seeks to empower the voices of Maui’s youth in an effort to educate Maui residents and visitors about how they can help protect Maui’s precious environment.

Malama Maui 2018

Through Malama Maui 2018 program, Hawaiian Paddle Sports highlights a local community group or nonprofit and raises awareness for their cause.

Migaloo Spotted in Hawaii?

Was Migaloo Spotted in Hawaii? The world's most famous white humpback whale from Australia might have visited Maui this past year. Learn about Migaloo here

La`ie Wetlands Clean Up

The La`ie wetlands in Kihei play a vital role in the health of our oceans and coral reefs. Hawaiian Paddle Sports employees participate in the cleanup of the area.

Celebrating 2 Years as a B Corp

Hawaiian Paddle Sports first joined the B Corp community in December 2015, a step that allowed us to publicly reaffirm our commitment to using our business as a force for good.

Maui Volunteer Opportunities

Whether you’re visiting Maui for a week or a month, there are ample volunteer opportunities from restoring a native Hawaiian site to eradicating invasive weeds to get involved.

Paddle For Keiki

Get on the ocean for a good cause, Paddle For Keiki raises thousands to provide gifts to needy keiki across Maui. Learn how you can help your community too!

Maui Food Bank

Hawaiian Paddle Sports has been participating in the Paddle For Hunger event since 2012. This organization even able to distribute food to the needy in rural communities of Hana.

Pacific Cancer Foundation

Every year, millions of individuals are affected by cancer. To help cancer survivors, family members, and caregivers, Pacific Cancer Foundation provides free support services.

Maui’s International Coastal Cleanup

On September 8, 2017, nearly 50 volunteers, including our staff, locals and visitors, helped pick up thousands of pieces of trash in just over two hours at The Po‘olenalena Beach Park.

Top 20 Pics: Hokulea at Honolua

Hawaiian Paddle Sports, along with the local community, is thrilled to be at Honolua Bay capturing the return of the Hokulea - a voyaging canoe using traditional techniques.

Top 10 Pics: Hokulea at Olowalu

We were stoked to be on the scene when Hokulea came to Olowalu, and have rounded up our Top 10 photos to give you a glimpse of the extraordinary day.

Mahele Farm

Hawaiian Paddle Sports volunteered at Mahele Farm, a community-based farm that serves Hana as an educational, sustainable, and healthy food resource.