THE PATTERN PLEDGE
Helping people to feel seen, understood and empowered is an important part of our core mission. The Pattern exists to be of service, and it is with that in mind we commit to The Pattern Pledge.
We are grateful to the users of The Pattern who have helped us grow, and we are committed to giving back, furthering the movement toward a more inclusive, empathetic, and understanding world.
Each month, we will highlight and make a contribution to inspiring organizations that are making a positive impact in their communities.
The Hawai‘i Wildlife Center (HWC) is a state- and region-wide 501(c)(3) nonprofit wildlife response and conservation organization. We provide medical and rehabilitative care to all species of native birds and the Hawaiian hoary bat, along with contingency planning, emergency response, training, research assistance, and more. HWC serves all major and minor Hawaiian Islands, extending to Midway and Kure Atoll. Our main facility is located in Kapa‘au, on Hawai‘i Island and we have satellite operations on O‘ahu and Lāna‘i along with partner projects throughout the state.
The mission of the Hawai‘i Wildlife Center is to protect, conserve, and aid in the recovery of Hawaiʻi’s native winged wildlife through hands-on treatment, research, training, science education and cultural programs.