Plastic Free Hawaiʻi

featured_resource_icon Plastic Free Partners

Plastic Free Hawaiʻi works with a variety of partners to empower schools, businesses and community members to make plastic free behavioral changes and progress the Plastic Free movement in Hawai’i.

5 Gyres

Through expeditions, 5 Gyres researches the accumulation of plastic pollution in the five subtropical ocean gyres.

Algalita Marine Research Foundation

The leading marine debris research group on plastic pollution provides extensive restoration and educational resources.

The Growing Keiki

The Growing Keiki is a Plastic Free Hawaiʻi business partner located in Haleʻiwa. They feature clothing for infants and children, Hawaiian style prints and designs, books written and published locally, handmade wooden toys and one-of-a-kind gifts. Pick up your Plastic Free Hawaiʻi tote bag here!

Guava Shop

Guava Shop is a casual beachy-chic boutique located in Haleʻiwa and a Plastic Free Hawaiʻi business partner. They carry a limited number Plastic Free Haleʻiwa totebags.

Kai Ku Hale

Plastic Free Hawaiʻi business partner specializing in unique Hawaiian art, home decor and gifts. Pick up Plastic Free Hawaiʻi tote bags at their store in Haleʻiwa.


method has created the first bottle made with ocean plastic collected during Plastic Free Hawaiʻi beach cleanups and sold exclusively at Whole Foods Market. A portion of the proceeds are donated to Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation's Plastic Free Hawaiʻi program. To learn more about the Ocean Plastic project visit

Ocean Conservancy

An advocacy group that promotes healthy and diverse ocean ecosystems. The Ocean Conservancy mobilizes the International Coastal Cleanup—the world's largest volunteer effort to clean up waterways and the ocean.

Plastic Pollution Coalition

A platform for individuals and institutions to share resources and coordinate efforts to reduce plastic pollution.

Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii

Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii inspires local communities to care for their coastlines through hands on beach clean ups.

Whole Foods Market

Whole Foods Market generously supports Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation in a variety of ways. They regularly provide food donations to our 'AINA In Schools Nutrition Education program component and other Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation special events. Whole Foods Market carries a large selection of locally grown produce and is also a Plastic Free Hawaiʻi Partner Business, carrying Plastic Free Hawaʻi reusable...