In 2011,  a  group of moms banded together to gather teachers and offer enrichment classes along the North Shore so as to not have to drive all over the island for quality classes for their children.  Throughout the past 10 years they have hosted several classes for both children and adults; childrenʻs art, drama, dance, yoga, spring break and summer camps, language learning and more.  For adults they have offered several different wellness classes including yoga, pilates, breath work, retreats and more.  They have hosted classes in a variety of locations, however, the Boy Scout Camp surpasses them all in aligning with their vision of offering children, adult and senior classes all in one spectacular setting, and supporting the whole family. 

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Committed to the Cause

Hale Anuenue was created by a group of mothers who recognized a need for enrichment opportunities along the North Shore of Oahu. They created Hale Anuenue in hopes of raising funds, and creating opportunities for art, music, dance, yoga and other enrichment activities, not only for their children but for all the members of their community. Fast forward nearly a decade, the Boy Scout Camp in Pupukea has opened its doors to Hale Anuenue, and Pupukea Schoolhouse and Early Edventures Pre School have bloomed. Coming soon; after school programs, wellness classes, seniors offerings and more. Hale Anuenue strives to make offerings affordable for all, offering scholarships and karmic exchange. 

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Director of Development

Continuing the efforts, Donna Rankin is an Educator & Behavior Specialist by trade, with a passion for connecting with students, discovering their unique learning styles and strengths, and in nurturing a love for learning. She has a growth mindset and a belief that all things are possible.  She incorporates her love of yoga and meditation into her teaching style. Born and raised in Niagara, Canada, Donna migrated west to the Canadian Rockies where she taught, lived, loved and explored the incredible Rocky Mountains for several years before coming to Hawaii in 2003.  Donna, along with her husband Damon, love living on the North Shore and raising their two children in this magical paradise.


Amma (Mata Amritanandamayi)

"Serving the world with love and cooperation, you will find your own true self."