Walk On The Wild Side

4th Annual

Walk on the Wild Side

March 23, 2019 | 11am - 4pm

Fort St. Mall and Chinatown, Honolulu

Fun for the family! Plenty of prizes!

Walk on the Wild Side is a family-friendly community awareness event hosted by the National Kidney Foundation of Hawai'i. Enjoy a full day of live entertainment, arts & crafts, ono food, keiki activities, lion dancers, Taiko drummers, vision and health screenings, performances at the Hawai'i Theatre, a Historical Mystery Walk, and much more!












What is the Historical Mystery Walk?

Participants will receive a map where they will look for clues about historical landmarks and learn about the rich culture of the area. After completing the walk, all participants will receive a swag bag full of prizes valued at over $100!

Want to walk for free?

The first 100 walkers to sign up for the Historical Mystery Walk will receive a free entry. Register above and join us!

Experience the Wild Side

Who's in the Lead


Wendy Utsumi

$ 50.00

Dale Kanehisa

$ 25.00

Albert Yoza

$ 25.00


Liberty Dialysis / Fresenius Kidney Care

$ 1703.00


$ 0.00


$ 0.00

Event Location

Volunteer Registration

Be an important part of our Walk on the Wild Side event! From managing keiki activities to lending a hand at our kidney screening - we need your help. Join our movement and help raise awareness chronic disease awareness in Hawai'i.

Kidney Screening

Did you know that Hawai'i is 30% higher than the national average in terms of people affected by kidney disease? Over 198,000 people in Hawai'i are currently struggling with kidney disease - that's 1 in 5 people. Ignorance is not bliss when it comes to kidney disease. Take advantage of our complimentary screening and take charge of your future.

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