2024 Live Projects

The Rainbow Fish Foundation are currently focusing efforts on nurturing initiatives that address the needs of children and individuals, providing housing, healing, homeschool support and the regeneration of nature.

Through these projects, we hope to contribute meaningfully to the creation of balance and well-being.   By collaborating with local partners and communities, we aspire to provide a space where healing can flourish, strength can grow, and the scars of adversity can begin to heal.

Home School Resource Center 

Maui ‘Ohana Collective offers educational resources through a community learning center to support the homeschool community for ages 6-12. They provide resources to children and families, integrating traditional Hawaiian values, sustainable living practices, Waldorf-Inspired principles, and holistic therapeutic services. Their programs aim to foster a deep connection to the community and the environment while promoting educational excellence and personal growth.

The Rainbow Fish Foundation is currently assisting this resource center restructure it’s operations, become economically sustainable, apply for grants and manage the administration. Click here for Maui ‘ Ohana Collective’s website

Eco-Center & Community Garden Restoration in Kula

Embrace the vision of an Eco-Center in the serene Enchanting Gardens of Kula. Join us in bringing this transformative project to life.  Discover our plan to create a sustainable and supportive community, where residents and businesses can thrive in a regenerative community and thrive.

Engage with us to make this vision a reality, and let’s build a respectful, strong community, guided by a shared commitment to healing and sustainable living.

Learn more about the Enchanting Gardens Tiny Home project today

Laui Lima Garden ‘Ohana & Food Forest Creation

A permaculture-based educational garden that educates the community on growing longevity foods essential for island food sovereignty. It also supplies produce to Maui Hub community-supported agriculture. The garden collaborates with other nonprofits and private individuals to establish a nursery for a Food Forest in Lahaina, Maui, aiming to create a natural wildfire prevention initiative and a valuable food resource for the community.

Read more about Laulima Garden ‘Ohana