The goal is simple, Moore Love. The mission is to encourage young females through the sport of surfing to be strong, confident and compassionate individuals.
*Unfortunately our March 27/28th camp on the Gold Coast of Australia has been postponed due to COVID-19. Good news is we are planning on rescheduling at a later date!
*Possible day of tree planting on April 11th! Will decide in a few days if we will move forward. Would love you to join. Check for an update April 7th...
*Currently planning two consecutive Day at the Beach events on the south shore of Oahu June 6/7th if COVID-19 allows. One for girls between the ages of 10-16 years old the other for all the ladies out there 18+. Stay tuned!
Moore Aloha Charitable Foundation is a 501C3 non-profit that was launched in 2018 with a simple goal: Moore Love. Using surfing as a platform, our programs aim to bring young women together in and around water to share, encourage and inspire each other. The Moore Aloha mission is to empower young women to be strong, confident and compassionate individuals.
In 2020, Moore Aloha Charitable Foundation will benefit around 60-80 girls and women in through the four-five events we have planned (unfortunately, plans are changing due to the COVID-19 virus). Our camps and events take the participants through a variety of activities that promote self confidence, positive body image, healthy living, mindfulness of the people and world around them. At each of our events we partner with another non-profit and use our combined girl power to give back and continue that ripple affect of love and aloha in the community.
Moore Aloha was founded by my dad, Chris, and I in mid 2018. Our foundation is still very small and grass roots. I would love to create a solid team of people to help Moore Aloha run more camps every year, expand internationally, start a paid internship program and award a yearly grant to support a young woman chase her dreams.
In 2019 we ran a two day/two night camp on the North Shore of Oahu for 25 girls, a Day at the Beach event for 22 girls, and hosted a global exchange with four girls from Tahiti, Fiji, New Zealand and Australia in 2019. It is most rewarding hearing such positive feedback from the girls after their experience. For a full 2019 recap click
Right now, we are working on the expansion of our Moore Aloha team and opening up opportunities for the community to get involved. Please stay updated through our happenings tap and instagram account @moorealoha. Donations are greatly appreciate.
Mahalo for your support!
Using surfing as a platform, our programs aim to bring young women together in and around water to share, encourage, and inspire each other.
CAMPS and DAYS AT THE BEACH
Our Moore Aloha camps and Days at the Beach events, focus on encouraging girls to be authentic, step outside their comfort zone, take the time to give back, make new friends and have fun!
We are planning four events in 2020! Check our happenings tab for announcements!
Akahai- meaning kindness (grace), to be expressed with tenderness
Lokahi- meaning unity (unbroken), to be expressed with harmony
'Olu'olu: meaning agreeable (gentle), to be expressed with pleasantness
Ha'aha'a: meaning humility (empty), to be expressed with modesty
Ahonui: meaning patience (waiting for the moment), to be expressed with perseverance
Donations are greatly appreciated.
If you would like to support our programs, please make out your check to:
Moore Aloha Charitable Foundation
And mail to:
4494 Pahoa Ave.
Mahalo to everyone that believes in Moore Aloha for your love, support and generous donations have helped make our vision a reality.