CROWD FUNDING

 Crowd Funding platform: YouCaring.com 

Crowd Funding platform: YouCaring.com 

They say it takes a village... but we think it takes the world. Global crowd-funding gives the opportunity for economic connectivity. Recently, we created a strategy for the Lyons Estate with their endeavors to protect the Native Hawaiian ʻōhiʻa lehua. We selected YourCaring.com as the fundraising platform. Market research suggested this would be the best crowd funding option for an environmental related raise. 

ABOUT LYONS ESTATE OHIA LEHUA PROJECT:

The ʻōhiʻa lehua is the dominant tree in the Native Hawaiian rainforest. Legends and chants from the Native Hawaiian people explain a necessity to our Hawaiian eco-system. 

The plant, which is scientifically known as the Metrosideros Polymorpha is currently under attack from Rapid Ohia Death (ROD). The fungal virus is wiping out acres of forest at an alarming speed.

The Lyons Estate in Mountain View, Hawaii needs your support to preserve 20 acres of pristine ʻōhiʻa lehua trees while propagating and collecting seeds to bank. Funds will go towards compliance of the management plan for the Department of Land and Natural Resources Forestry Program, continuing seedling education, and banking up to two million seeds with the #OHIALOVE project. 

 The Lyons Estate in Mountain View, Hawaii

The Lyons Estate in Mountain View, Hawaii

 

Your support and donations are needed quickly. 

DONATION OPTIONS:

$5 USD  ‘Liko Package Enjoy some good karma, every little bit helps!

$50 USD  Lehua Package We will send you one 5 x 7 photograph of a ʻŌhiʻa lehua taken by photographer Courtney Mau. 

$250 USD ʻŌhiʻa Package Conserve an ʻŌhiʻa tree in your name! Receive a certificate of authenticity from the Lyons Estate. Plus receive a private invite to a hosted picnic on the grounds of the Lyons Estate in August 2018.  

$5,000 USD ‘Ahihi Package You will receive a three-night stay at the Lyons Estate in Mountain View, Hawaii. *blackout dates may apply, transportation not included. 

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Funds will go towards the Lyons Estate forestry program and seed bank.