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The Keiki Heroes Pledge is designed to encourage a positive mindset and reinforce healthy behaviors in our keiki. These empower our keiki to stay healthy and encourage those around them to do the same. Our keiki can be heroes – they can play an important part in keeping our community healthy.

The pledge includes a promise to adopt the following healthy behaviors:

  • Wash my hands
  • Eat more fruits and vegetables
  • Be tobacco free
  • Move my body every day
  • Brush my teeth in the morning and before bed
  • Be kind to myself and others

Completing the Pledge

To complete the form, you or your keiki simply enter the desired information (hero name, grade, and town), click the boxes next to each promise and click a button. Here’s how the form appears:


Print the Certificate & ID

After completing the pledge form, you or your keiki will be able to view and print a personalized Keiki Heroes certificate and Keiki Hero ID Card. The following is an example of a completed certificate.

Keiki Heroes Certificate

NOTE: To change any of the information on the certificate (such as the Keiki Hero name), click the browser’s back button to return to the pledge form, and complete the steps.

Is your keiki ready to take the pledge?
Take the Pledge

Is your keiki ready to take the pledge?
Take the Pledge

Join Us

When you sign up for the Keiki Heroes newsletter, you’ll receive updates from us with new resources and program highlights. We all have an important role in empowering keiki to achieve their best health.

Our Mission

Keiki Heroes promotes health education materials that are culturally relevant and age-appropriate to support the physical, mental, emotional, and social health of children in Hawai‘i. We believe that keiki can be heroes by helping themselves and others to adopt healthy habits to support community health.

Your tax-deductible donation funds Keiki Heroes’ content development and distribution. Email to find out easy ways to donate monetary, time, and talent!

As of 2022, Keiki Heroes became a project under Hawai‘i Public Health Institute.