Kalani is currently closed. We are not accepting registrations or volunteer applications at this time.
Recent earthquake activity on Kilauea’s south flank and lava eruptions in the Leilani Estates Subdivision are affecting air quality. Even though Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reported this morning that volcanic activity has subsided, Kalani leadership - out of an abundance of caution - has decided to begin temporarily closing down business operations beginning today, Monday, May 7. At this time, it is uncertain for how long we will remain closed, and we will post updates to Kalani.com, Kalani ‘Ohana Facebook page, Kalani Oceanside Facebook page, and via email.
We understand this is difficult information to receive, and it is with heavy hearts that we make this announcement. We feel it of utmost importance to protect the well-being of all ‘ohana. Although our immediate area has not received evacuation orders from Civil Defense, given the current uncertainty of the lava flow, staff and volunteer discomfort and concern over the air quality, and keeping in mind our mission to provide a level of experience that is largely defined by our pristine environment and our committed (and happy) team, a temporarily closure is our best option.
We welcome tax deductible donations of all sizes to help us through this challenging time for our non-profit business and community.
Mahalo nui loa, and a hui hou (until we meet again),