Join Our 2015 Hapalua Half Marathon Team

Join us for the 2015 Hapalua Half Marathon in warm and sunny Waikiki and help us reach our goal of $3000!

When you join Hoʻōla Nā Pua’s Hapalua team, you’re not just participating in a race – you’re supporting our work and mission to provide a nurturing home that meets the unique needs of underage female sex trafficking victims in Hawai’i.

Hapalua Team - Hoolanapua.orgDate: Sunday April 12, 2015
Time: 6 a.m.
Start: The Duke Kahanamoku statue in Waikiki
Finish: Kapiolani Park
Distance: 13.1 miles (Half Marathon)

Not a runner? No worries, there’s no time limit!


Here’s how it works:

  1. Visit:
  2. Click “Fundraise for this campaign” (blue button) then follow the easy login steps to create your own fundraising page.
  3. Once you have joined our team, login to your account and click on the “Manage Campaign” button. From there, you will be able to share your page with friends to ask for donations.
  4. Once you’ve joined our team, visit to register for the half marathon. Use our team discount code (email contact below for code) and pay only $40 to register for the half marathon as an individual, a $45 savings. If you don’t see our team listed under “Join a Team” section, don’t worry. Just select “no”; if you already created your personal fundraising page you’re good to go!

All we ask is that you raise at least $100 if you join our team.

Your Hapalua registration fee includes:

  • Entry into the Hapalua Half Marathon, including water and fluid replacement stations; Medical support at the start, finish and along the course
  • Entertainment along the course
  • Participant dri-tech shirt
  • Race day athlete tracking
  • Race timing chip
  • Hapalua commemorative Finisher medal
  • Finisher Malasadas plus more

Let’s start your fundraising!

Email Kimberly at to receive your discount code and then email your fundraising link to family and friends and ask them for their support.

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