They call it the Superwalk because thousands will participate across Hawaii.
This is the 36th year for the Hawaii Lodging and Tourism Association's Visitor Industry Charity Walk.
The first one was already held on Moloka'i and grossed over $66,000 and Lanai with over $29,000.
For Maui the number was higher.
"Maui raised over $860,000 this past weekend. The goal is a million. The island of Oahu raised last year $450,000, so we have a ways to go," said Kelly Hoen, The Royal Hawaiian General Manager.
Walks on Oahu and Kauai are being held on May 17.
Each year proceeds generated by the walk benefit hundreds of local charities. Whatever money is raised on each island stays on that island.
It's not too late to get involved. On Oahu, the walk will begin at 7 a.m. at Ala Moana Beach Park's McCoy Pavilion.
The minimum donation is $35 for adults and $25 for those under the age of 18.