The Children's Digital Image Rainbow Project is the result of a collaboration between Aulani, the Hawai‘i Arts Alliance and the State of Hawai‘i, Creative Industries Division. Focusing on a specific color of the rainbow, students across the state submitted photographs showcasing the beauty of Hawai‘i, as seen through their eyes. Of these student photographs, 138 were selected to form a rainbow photo collage that is displayed behind the check-in desk at the resort.
Aulani community outreach has also included:
White sandy beaches, crystalline waters and vibrant sea life are among Earth's precious natural resources that Disney is committed to protecting, so they can be enjoyed generation after generation.
From fostering safe and respectful work environments, to offering a variety of training and developmental opportunities, Disney invests in its Cast Members and their workplaces. Our Cast Members are encouraged to give back to their communities, through programs like the VoluntEARS.
Djuan Rivers, vice president of Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, Ko Olina, Hawai'i, currently serves on the board of the local Boys & Girls Club, in addition to the Child & Family Service board. Elliot Mills, managing director of Aulani, serves on the board for the Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women & Children, while Todd Apo, Public Affairs director at Aulani, sits on the boards for Special Olympics Hawai‘i and the Hawai‘i State Workforce Development Council.
Other organizations in Hawai‘i supported by Disney community giving programs include: