Our 2018 Buy Back the Beach luau was a sold-out success thanks to all of you. Details for 2019 will be posted soon. Stay tuned!
Live at Buy Back The Beach 2018
Join us for Buy Back The Beach at Old Lāhainā Lū‘au and share your love for protecting Hawai‘i’s precious places! The event brings together Hawai‘i’s top conservation advocates for an island-style pā‘ina under the Maui stars at the famous Old Lāhainā Lū‘au. Guests will be treated to ‘ono lū‘au fare, complimentary cocktails, live and silent auctions and live entertainment by Tavana. This benefit provides much-needed operational support to ensure the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust continues its efforts to protect the lands that sustain us.
Our supporters have enabled HILT to deliver an incredible amount of conservation successes over the years. Your support for the 2018 Buy Back the Beach “Mālama Kīpuka” benefit, will enable us to deliver even more vital conservation successes in the coming year.
Date: Saturday, January 20th, 2018
Time: 5:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Location: Old Lāhainā Lū‘au 1251 Front St., Lāhainā, HI
Cost: Tables of 8 available for $1,400, $2,500, $5,000, $7,500 and $10,000 Individual tickets can be purchased for $175 per person
TO PURCHASE TICKETS, SPONSOR A TABLE OR DONATE: SOLD OUT
2018 Champion of the Land:
Hawaiian Islands Land Trust Honors Henk Rogers and Blue Planet Foundation for Sustainability Efforts
Hawaiian Islands Land Trust (HILT) is honoring Henk Rogers and Blue Planet Foundation as the 2018 Champion of the Land at the 17th annual Buy Back the Beach: Mālama Kīpuka Benefit Lū‘au on January 20, 2018. Each year, HILT selects a person, group, or organization that has contributed significantly and has had a substantial impact on land conservation in Hawaii.
Henk Rogers, Founder and Board Chair of the Honolulu-based clean energy nonprofit Blue Planet Foundation, is committed to stewarding the environment through promoting solutions to our urgent climate challenge. Blue Planet Foundation's mission is to clear the path for 100 percent clean energy in Hawaii and beyond. Through collaboration and advocacy, Blue Planet champions scalable policies and programs to transform Hawaii’s energy systems to clean, renewable energy solutions.
“The work of Henk and the Blue Planet Foundation to move Hawaii toward a 100 percent clean energy future is a significant contribution toward Hawaii’s sustainability. Hawaii has the potential to lead the world in how we care for our environment,” said Kawika Burgess, HILT’s CEO. Blue Planet Foundation was the lead advocate for the nation’s first 100 percent renewable energy requirement. Hawai‘i’s legislature passed the aggressive law setting a goal of 100 percent renewable energy by 2045. This bold policy has since changed the conversation about energy in Hawai‘i and nationwide. Since the passing of the 100 percent renewable energy law, Blue Planet Foundation has been actively working to put a similar vision in place for ground transportation in Hawai‘i.
"On behalf of the Board of Directors of Blue Planet Foundation, I am honored that Hawaiian Islands Land Trust has chosen us as a recipient of its 2018 Champion of the Land award," Rogers said. "We are grateful for the recognition, and plan to continue to protect our planet and our future as we clear the path to 100 percent."
"We are very thankful for the honor, and excited to help create a renewable and sustainable Hawaii that serves as a model for the globe," said Jeff Mikulina, executive director of Blue Planet Foundation.
MAHALO TO OUR GRACIOUS EVENT HOSTS:
Please join us for our 17th Annual Buy Back the Beach: Mālama Kīpuka benefit at the Old Lāhainā Lū‘au!
The event is a benefit for the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust, a statewide nationally accredited non-profit land conservation organization committed to protecting the lands that sustain us for current and future generations.
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