Hawaiʻi Wildlife Fund
HWF has been protecting native wildlife in Hawaiʻi since 1996.
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of Hawaiʻi’s marine wildlife.
Hawaiʻi Wildlife Fund’s mission is to protect native wildlife, focusing on coastal and marine wildlife species in the Hawaiian Islands, including the hawksbill sea turtle (honuʻea) and the Hawaiian green sea turtle (honu).
To that end, we are actively involved in education, outreach, marine debris removal, conservation,
research, and advocacy campaigns and lawsuits to keep Hawaiʻi alive and wild.
Mahalo for visiting this website and your desire to learn more about HWF and what we do.
From volunteering, internships, donating or adopting, we offer a variety of ways you can help this organization thrive!
Me ke aloha pumehana,
Hannah Bernard – HWF Executive Director