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It takes a Village to produce a race such as the Lavaman and without the support of the Big Island Community it would not be possible. Lavaman believes strongly in supporting and giving back to the community that supports it and each year through our fundraisers, sponsors, athletes and the race itself we give back about $50,000 in donations and grants. In addition the non-profit arm of the Lavaman is LavaKids and through this program we not only develop our own programs which promote healthy and active lifestyles for the youth of the Big Island, but we also provide donations to many groups with similar goals and objectives. Among the organizations that Lavaman has supported are:
Hospice of Kona… Hospice of Kona’s family-centered approach to end-of-life care provides warmth & compassion and that needed personal touch. Based in Kailua-Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii (also known as “The Healing Island”), Hospice of Kona focuses on the whole person, and believes life should be celebrated with the highest quality of compassionate care. Click for more…

PATH – Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii… PATH is a grassroots non-profit bicycle and pedestrian advocacy organization incorporated on June 5, 1986. Their mission is to safely connect people and places on Hawaii Island with pathways and bikeways. Among PATH’s programs are “Safe Routes to School”, Bike Safety Program for Elementary Schools & Bike Share. PATH also serves as a resource to both County and State entities in the promotion of bike and pedestrian safety on the Islands roadways. Click for more…

Hawaii Island Humane Society is a non-profit animal welfare organization that offers lifesaving programs and community outreach services.   Their mission is to prevent cruelty to animals, too eliminate pet overpopulations and to enhance the bond between humans and animals. Donated funds have gone towards the recently opened Dog Park, Kennels and Community Education Center. Click for more…

Keauhou Canoe Club supports the Community by providing paddling opportunities for all ages and ability through their competitive and recreational programs. They promote youth and family programs and two high school scholarships annually The KCC volunteers support many local events including: Lavaman Triathlon, Ironman Triathlon, Kona Marathon, Ultraman World Championship, GEMS, Keauhou Bay Clean-up & Summer Lunch program for youth. Click for more…

Daniel Sayre Memorial Foundation is a volunteer-run, non-profit organization dedicated to providing essential equipment and training to the Hawaii Island Fire Department serving the Hawaii community. The Fire Department acknowledges that many lives have been saved through the additional equipment donated by money raised by the Sayre Foundation. Lavaman donations have helped to provide rescue sleds for the Jet Skis, floatation devices for local beaches, rescue boards and other water safety equipment. Click for more…

Kona Hospital Foundation, a non-profit corporation was created in 1984 to accept gifts and solicit donations for new medical technology, expanded services and enhanced facilities for the Kona Community Hospital Lavaman has earmarked their donations to the Foundation for the past several years to both the Trauma Center and to our local blood drives. Click for more…

Waikoloa Canoe Club. The purpose of Waikoloa Canoe Club is to strengthen family and community relationships, improve ourselves both mentally and physically, help eliminate social differences, create positive interdependence and help preserve local customs and traditions by perpetuating the sport of outrigger canoe racing. Click for more…]Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Team in Training… The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is a charitable organization for the research blood cancer and assisting patients. Team in Training is the flagship fundraising program for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), the world’s largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education and patient services. TNT is the only endurance sports training program where volunteers train to complete a marathon, half marathon, cycle event, triathlon or hike adventure while fundraising to support the cause. TNT has raised over $7,000,000 through their efforts in fundraising at the Lavaman Triathlon. Click for more…

LavaKids is the non profit arm of the Lavaman Triathlon that raises funds to create and to help fund programs that help kids take control of their own health and to create positive self esteem. Many kids have become sedentary and unfit, leading to a lack of self-image among other health issues. “There is a great need for programs that can inspire kids to take their health and fitness into their own hands and motivate them to stay active and reap the benefits of an active and healthy lifestyle. The majority of the LavaKids programs are free and help to reach out to keiki who may not be involved in regular youth sports programs.   LavaKids also donates to many youth programs to help them continue to provide free or low cost youth programs both in sports and nutrition. Click for more…

Special Olympics West Hawaii is FREE to all our Athletes, Coaches, Unified Partners and families. Due to this aspect of our program, a volunteer committee is a must to raise all the funds needed for our West Hawaii program. Our largest expense is outer island competition. We travel 3 times per year for State Games in Oahu, we average around 70 participants flying over to compete in sports of Track and Field, Swimming, Soccer, Powerlifting, Bocce Ball, Basketball, Softball and Bowling. Special Olympics West Hawaii is funded solely on fundraisers and individual donations, and a County grant that has been scaled back tremendously. The need for Special Olympics West Hawaii programs to continue here on this island is extremely necessary. There is no other program in our Area to provide athletic services to our Athletes with intellectual disabilities. LAVAMAN, we sincerely thank you for your kindness and support of Special Olympics West Hawaii.  Click for more…

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