Project Shaka

“Shaka, A Story of Aloha” is part of Project Shaka, a set of programs dedicated to making the world a better place through sharing the Shaka. Key programs include:

Shaka Stickers

Free stickers for anyone to share the Shaka. Includes Ambassadors Program for those interested in taking a leading role. Get free stickers at »

Free Shaka Stickers

Shaka Film

Project Shaka grew out of a documentary film entitled, “Shaka, A Story of Aloha.” See trailer below.

Shaka Monument

We are seeking a key visitor location in Waikiki for the first “Share a Shaka” monument. Other locations may follow.

Donation Jars

High traffic locations can give away Free Shaka stickers, receiving donations for Shaka Film.

Shaka donation jar program

Shaka Plates

Official Hawai’i State DMV Shaka license plates. A nonprofit program that supports Project Shaka. See HI Plates »

Hawaii shaka license plate

Shaka Curriculum

Implemented at Youth Services Center, Honolulu and available in print at Amazon and online at BizzyB. See Curriculum »

Shaka Emoji

We have applied for an official Shaka Emoji. the “Call Me” emoji is at a stiff right angle which is unnatural to the Shaka gesture.

Hawaii shaka license plate

Shaka Scholarships

Proceeds from Project Shaka programs will fund education scholarships for student who exemplify the Shaka Spirit.

Shaka Awards

Shaka Summit

Thought leader panels on applying the Shaka to benefit the community and solve problems. See Shaka Summit »

Shaka Summit

Hawai‘i Public Radio Interview

Listen to “Shaka, A Story of Aloha” producer Steve Sue on HPR’s “The Conversation” Radio Interview »

Project Shaka is a program of Hawai’i 501C3 nonprofit ID8 »

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