CAMO (also known as NuWayve CAMO) is a 501(c)3 based out of Oahu, Hawaii, dedicated to the assistance of disadvantaged people; more specifically the homeless Hawaiian population (Native Hawai'iʻans as well as displaced Veterans, and at-risk youth).

Watch Mahealani Richardson/Hawaii News Now interview CAMO about PTSD and Veteran Advocacy

Project: CAMO

Aside from advocating for Veterans, feeding the homeless, cleaning up the community, and performing at charity benefit concerts... We also provide a list of services and alternative therapeutic activities; also known as CAM, but affectionately titled, "C.A.M.O."

Watch Civil Rights veteran Marsha Rose-Joyner interviews the CAMO team, live on Think Tech Hawaii


Being that CAMO is a State 501(c)3, we rely heavily on the donation and support of our local communities. If you would like to donate, or would like information on our donation procedures, please click the link below.

Marijuana.com write-up on how CAMO educates Hawaii's veterans on benefits of medicinal cannabis

Get Involved

Everyone appreciates a helping hand! Here at CAMO, we welcome all assistance available to help bear the load of accomplishing the mission. We also partner with local 501(c)3 organizations to help them accomplish their goals and fundraising events!

2018 Cannabis Chronicles Year-End wrap 

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