Revollet has been supporting a cemetery and a temple for Kamehameha family called Mo’okini Heiau in Hawaii Island, United States. The land was the first temple built in 480 AD. It is a registered protected area as United States National Register of Historic Places and it is a restricted area for ordinary people. Currently Mo’okini Heiau needs a fund for land conservation and ceremonies therefore we have been supporting since 2017. Particularly inviting a few dozen primary schoolchildren to a camp to experience what native people used to live has become an annual event. A princess the descendant of Kamehameha family is a commander for how to see weather prediction, how to make a fire, and some other wisdom to live without today’s technology. Please see the article for detailed information.