Project Shaka is a set of programs dedicated to making the world a better place through sharing the Shaka. Key programs include:

Shaka Film

Project Shaka grew out of a documentary film entitled, “Shaka, A Story of Aloha.” See trailer below or learn more at ShakaFilm.com »

Free Shaka Stickers

Free stickers for anyone to share the Shaka. Includes Ambassadors Program for those interested in taking a leading role.

Free Shaka Stickers

Shaka Plates

Official Hawai’i State DMV Shaka license plates. A nonprofit program that supports Project Shaka. See HI Plates »

Shaka Vehicle License Plate

Shaka Monument

We are seeking a key visitor location in Waikiki for the first “Share a Shaka” monument. Other locations may follow.

Shaka Emoji

We have applied for an official Shaka Emoji. the “Call Me” emoji is at a stiff right angle which is unnatural to the Shaka gesture.

Shaka Emoji  |  Project Shaka, Bizgenics

Shaka Contest

The final shooting scene for the Shaka film, and positioned to become an annual festival event. See Shaka Contest »

Shaka Contest

Shaka Summit

Thought leader panels on applying the Shaka to benefit the community and solve problems. See Shaka Summit »

Shaka Summit

Shaka Curriculum

Implemented at Youth Services Center, Honolulu and available in print at Amazon and online at BizzyB. See Curriculum »

Shaka Scholarships

Proceeds from Project Shaka programs will fund education scholarships for student who exemplify the Shaka Spirit.

Shaka Awards

Hawai‘i Public Radio Interview

Listen to “Shaka, A Story of Aloha” producer Steve Sue on HPR’s “The Conversation” Radio Interview »

Project Shaka is a program of Hawaii-based 501(C)(3) nonprofit Bizgenics »

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