Path Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii

Kailua Kona, HI

Path Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii
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Path Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii


Path Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii is a nonprofit focused on public safety and disaster preparedness and relief. With $387k in revenue and 0 employees, it is a relatively small organization. Founded in 1992, Path Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii is headquartered in Kailua Kona, HI. The organization is notable for its healthy financials, spending 86% directly on its programs. In recent tax filings, the organization reported expenses of $343k.

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Path Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii


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Mission and Work


To promote traffic safety education, and a safe environment on roadways and trails for recreation, fitness and alternative oil-free modes of transportation.

Program 1

$224k annual program spend • Promote bike and pedestrian safety through education to students and adults. Promote safe routes to school; promote and maintain trails and paths on the big island. Promote health through fitness.

Program 2

$72k annual program spend • Kona bikeshare program began in 2016 along alii drive. Bike sharing is an innovative transportation program, ideal for short distance point-to-point trips providing users the ability to pick up a bicycle at any self-serve bike-station and return it to any other bike station located within the system's service area.

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In their words

PATH is a community-based, grassroots 501(c)(3) non-profit public access advocacy organization serving Hawaii County. Our mission is to safely connect people and places on Hawaii Island with pathways and bikeways. PATH was founded in 1986 in response to a growing need for places to walk, bike and hike safely and legally in Hawaii County.

The PATH board of directors, staff and over 1,500 members from across the state and across the world believe that publically accessible trails, bikeways and pathways do much to revive Hawaii’s unique history, allow us to live sustainably as islanders, preserve our fragile natural environment and build strong community relationships. The ability to talk story with a neighbor, fish along the shoreline, ride a horse through the mountains, go for a walk with one’s spouse or ride a bike to school are the daily activities of life in Hawaii that build trust, connect all of us both socially and culturally, provide daily physical activity, reduce energy demand and keep pollutants out of the air and water. In a very fundamentally human way, trails, pathways and bikeways have the unique ability to stitch our community together into a healthy, equitable and sustainable tapestry of life in Hawaii.

Over the past 30 years, PATH’s board of directors and membership have worked to carefully thread the needle of leadership with resources from government, the private sector and the community in order to sew together these important investments in publicly accessible trails, pathways and bikeways.

Mahalo to Bike Works our Presenting Sponsor!

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