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In order that future generations may come to admire-and cherish-the impressive natural beauty of Hawaii’s painted eucalyptus, Kelly Dunn is encouraging others to get involved. The need to "get the word out" is great. Through education, awareness and continued proliferation of the seedlings, saving the painted trees of Hawaii is possible.
Painted Trees of Hawaii is a registered with the IRS and the state of Hawaii. We are a tax exempt 509 (a)(2) is a foundation to help educate and create awareness to help save these beautiful trees.
Our board of directors are active in the community to bring attention to these trees in Hawaii. The board of directors meetings are held on the second (2nd) Saturday of each month.
Based on our efforts Google has granted us use of their entire collection of software. These software applications give us the ability to track our timelines, board meetings, online donations, reach out and stay connected within the organization and the community.
Our organization began through the photography of Kelly Dunn. His prints of the the eucalyptus trees garnered worldwide attention through magazines, articles and social media. Over the years Mr. Dunn began to see the trees slowly disappearing in Hawaii. It was at this point that his passion was ignited and began laying the ground work to save these trees.
Painted Trees of Hawaii was registered in the state of Michigan then we moved our headquarters to Kailua-Kona, Hawaii in 2015.