Registration is open for Aloha, Hive, Lanakila, and Ohana 2023!
summer program for kindergarteners – 7th graders
winter or spring vacation program for kindergarteners – 6th graders
girls’ summer program for 7th – 10th graders
girls’ summer program for 3rd – 6th graders
boys’ summer program for 3rd – 8th graders
summer program for people of all ages
New Year’s or summer program for people of all ages
for kindergarteners-12th graders (overnight or day programs)
Success Leadership Program
for middle school and high school students
Workshops & Retreats
customize your own program
Equity & Inclusion
develop awareness, skills, and competencies
strengthen communication and problem-solving skills
Skills Certification Courses
wilderness first aid, wilderness first responder recert, canoe instructor
Who We Are
The Aloha Difference
Read more about our Executive Director, Vanessa Riegler!
Lanakila Reunion 2023
Hive & Aloha Reunion 2022
Connect With Us
You are an important part of the Aloha Foundation family - always!
1905 Leadership Circle
Aloha/Hive Campus Enhancement Projects
Endowment & Capital Giving
Gulick Legacy Society
It takes resources to be a transformative non-profit with a mission that endures. Your support helps us be generous, impactful, ambitious, and resilient; it keeps mission at the center of our decisions.
By The Aloha Team
June 23rd is Opening Day at Aloha, Aloha Hive and Lanakila, the three residential summer camps of The Aloha Foundation. Campers from all over the US as well as many foreign countries arrive by car with their parents, on buses from major cities like Boston and New York as well as by plane into two airports, Manchester, NH for domestic flights, and Logan Airport for international campers. Camp directors, counselors and staff are all on stand by waiting to meet each arriving camper in a warm, special way. Happy summer 2010!
From the blog