Ola Hawaii 2020 — Ola Hawaii envisions a Hawai’i where the core values of aloha, ohana, and kuleana provide a new inclusive ethical framework that guides the transition to a sustainable future. Ola Hawaii initiates and supports projects and policies that guide Hawaii towards a sustainable future.
Sunlight Labs is part of the Sunlight Foundation a non-profit, non partisan Washington, DC based organization focused on digitization of government data and making tools and websites to make it easily accessible.
MAPLight.org, a groundbreaking public database, illuminates the connection between campaign donations and legislative votes in unprecedented ways. Elected officials collect large sums of money to run their campaigns, and they often pay back campaign contributors with special access and favorable laws.
The World Business Academy is a non-profit business think tank with the mission to inspire and help business to assume responsibility for the whole of planetary society. The Academy was founded in 1987 and publishes extensively on renewable energy, sustainable business strategies, and the challenge of innovative and values-driven leadership.
The National Institute on Money in State Politics is the only nonpartisan, nonprofit organization revealing the influence of campaign money on state-level elections and public policy in all 50 states.
JOOTS is a systems consulting and innovation firm with a focus on web-based application design and development. Our diverse background in the soft and hard sciences, non-profit organizational development and for-profit start-ups, as well as marketing, advertising, design & web development provides a fertile substrate for seeding, nurturing and growing sustainability-oriented solutions to help enable agility, adaptability and self-reliance for individuals and groups.
The Hawai`i Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations unites and strengthens the nonprofit sector as a collective force to improve the quality of life in Hawaii.
Voter Owned Hawaii is a non-partisan, non-profit organization that is working to upgrade and modernize Hawaii’s outdated partial public funding option for elections. Like many other states, we’d like to create a comprehensive public funding option so that candidates can attempt to qualify to get a competitive amount of money to run for office.