This month’s (January’s) bag credit earnings are all being donated to Conservation Council For Hawai’i, making this month a double whammy for the environment!
“Conservation Council for Hawai‘i (CCH) is one of Hawai‘i’s oldest and most effective wildlife organizations. Since 1950, we have been on the forefront of the environmental movement in Hawai‘i and a leader in shaping some of the most important environmental policies and programs in the Islands.” -CCH
This incredible organization has such an admirable mission and one that we should all be excited to contribute to...
“Conservation Council for Hawai‘i is dedicated to protecting native Hawaiian plants, animals, and ecosystems for future generations.” -CCH
“Charting the course for the next decade, Conservation Council for Hawai‘i projects and campaigns are guided by five strategic themes:” -CCH
“Our programs are based on careful scientific research, public education, grassroots organizing, advocacy, and service. We are practiced at identifying and interpreting the critical scientific research that is relevant to the issues we champion. We provide accurate information to the general public and decision-makers, and we build grassroots support by bringing essential stakeholders to the table. As the Hawai‘i state affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation, we are involved in national issues affecting Hawai‘i, and we have a voice on Capitol Hill. We also produce informative and attractive educational materials for Hawai‘i’s educators, students, and decision-makers, and we sponsor field trips so that people can witness firsthand what we are working so hard to protect.” -CCH
There really isn’t enough that we can say to express how much we believe in and align with Conservation Council for Hawai‘i. So, please bring a bag (any kind of bag) to Mana when you shop and we’ll donate to their cause each and every time that you do. It’s a win win for the environment, and we are so honored to support this wonderful foundation through our bag credit program!
*All images are from Conservation Council For Hawai’i’s website