"To perpetuate Aloha ‘Aina throughout our islands through cultural, educational and spiritual activities that heal and revitalize the cultural and natural resources on Kaho‘olawe."
PKHCC members visited Kaho'olawe on Memorial Day weekend, 2010. Puamana Crabbe, in her newsletter article, said that they all
"embarked on a journey all Hawaiians and those Hawaiian at heart should experience, a chance to explore Kaho‘olawe, also known as Kanaloa. We had no idea what to expect and least of all the change we would feel when it was over... Everyone took turns opening their hearts and minds to each other and to Kanaloa, knowing that what we witnessed would linger in our hearts and minds until we return. When the time is right, you may choose to go to Kaho‘olawe, but it is believed that Kaho‘olawe chooses you when you are there."