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Kim Rowe
Kim Rowe

Go Live Give at the Kokua Festival

We travel to Oahu for our second episode where we attend the 2008 Kokua Festival. In supporting an amazing cause, our host Maria has the opportunity to talk with various green vendors and listens to some great musicians.

The Kokua Festival is a show that raises money and awareness for The Kokua Foundation. The foundation supports environmental education in the schools and communities of Hawai'i. This is the fifth annual festival and it brings with it five incredible musicians and sixty green vendors and non-profits. We take you around the festival to showcase this zero waste concert and show you organizations that you can volunteer with when visiting Hawaii.

You can also watch episode two of Go Live Give at Veoh.com

Stay tuned for more segments about going green and giving back on the island of Oahu!


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