Creative Director and Illustrator, Greg Chinn, was recently interviewed by Shoutout LA.
Cappy Sheeley recalls his memories sailing with the elder Duke Kahanamoku.
ODKF grantee, Kamehameha Swim Club, competed at the ISCA International Senior Cup in St. Petersberg, Florida, from March 23rd to 27th. Seventeen swimmers from the club attended with help from the foundation.
A guide that details how to create and edit a Facebook Fundraiser for a chosen non-profit organization.
The story illustrates the important lesson of presence and listening that Doc Paskowitz learned from Duke Kahanamoku.
So, you’re thinking about applying for a scholarship? Before you get started, keep these tips in mind.
The Arnott Family legacy gift to the Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation commemorates special bonds that spanned decades. There is a deep history between the Arnotts, Duke Kahanamoku, and the Outrigger Canoe Club.
Recent world events may have clouded your perspective on your dreams and how you expected your life to unfold. Perhaps you imagined finishing your senior year with certain celebrations or you've been working towards a special life goal, and suddenly plans have changed.
A virtual celebration of the 2020 ODKF scholarship winners.
Interview with our Executive Director and a Duke Award Scholarship Winner.
Sip, SUP and slumber... enjoy beachfront bliss with every 4th night free at the home of Duke’s Waikiki.
Malama Pono, Inc. announced it has produced a video in conjunction withNMG Network, to share the spirit of Duke Kahanamoku’s Creed of Aloha as our community copes with aglobal pandemic amid a period of civil unrest.
Duke’s Night 2020 tribute goes virtual, celebrating local scholar athletes and granting nearly $55,000 in scholarship funds
With fond remembrance, we honor Tim Guard, Board Member Emeritus to Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation, who passed away in February 2020. He was an avid waterman who generously gave so that others may enjoy watersports.
Waterman Hall of Fame member Kai Lenny, featured in a MidWeek piece, discusses what it means to be amongst other legendary watermen and women.
Kai Lenny, Tracy Phillips Darling and Robby Naish to be honored on Aug. 22, 2019
The 13th annual Duke's Oceanfest opens, celebrating the great Duke Kahanamoku's life, accomplishments, and spirit. People from around the globe gather in Waikiki to watch and compete in various water sports.
The Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation launches Hawaii's first Waterman Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame honors the men and women who have significantly contributed to various water sports and exemplify exceptional and admirable behavior.