IT TAKES EVERYONE TO MAKE THE VOYAGE.
KAKOU MEANS "ALL OF US" AND "WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER."
There is truly a remarkable parallel between an ocean paddling voyage and the journey experienced by cancer patients and survivors. Both involve tremendous physical, mental and emotional strength. Both require patience and perseverance. And, ultimately, it takes a team to make the journey successful.
By introducing people to Hawaiian history, culture and the sport of outrigger canoeing, cancer survivors, caregivers and supporters gain strength, build confidence and experience a sense of our Ohana.