Volunteering & Giving

Found 6 blog entries about Volunteering & Giving.

Volunteering on Maui (and across Hawai'i) with Hawai'i Land Trust

Volunteer on Maui

ʻAʻohe hana nui ke alu ʻia. (No task is too big when done together by all.)

Hawaiʻi Land Trust depends on volunteer support from across the state to accomplish our mālama ʻāina goals and to uphold our kuleana to the lands we steward for our communities. Join us for one of our regularly scheduled volunteer days and get to know, and build relationship with, ʻāina!


REGISTER AND COMPLETE A WAIVER FOR AN UPCOMING WORKDAY ON OUR WEBSITE

VOLUNTEER ON MAUI
Waiheʻe Coastal Dunes & Wetlands Refuge, Maui 
Most Fridays, 2nd Saturdays for Loko Iʻa work and 3rd Saturdays for general mālama ʻāina
Next: Saturday, January 20th (general) and Saturday, February 10th (Loko Iʻa)
Register here.

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Where can I Volunteer on Maui?  Volunteer Opportunities on Maui

Volunteering on Maui

Many have asked how they can give back since the terrible fires swept Maui County on August 8, 2023.  Lives in Upcountry Maui and Lahaina were changed forever, and the community has rallied to provide support.  Volunteer opportunities are extensive and here are a few resources you can use to find ways to give back to the island of Maui and its residents.

Maui Nui Strong

"Maui Nui Strong is provided by the County of Maui to help connect our residents, businesses, and visitors to useful information about Maui County, our diverse islands, and a variety of resources that help to promote thriving and vibrant communities. From here, you can launch into any number of explorations and

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Lahaina Restoration Foundation Poster 2024

Local Maui Artist Ronaldo Macedo signs prints of "I will always remember you this way", winner of the 2024 Remembering Lahaina Poster Contest.

"The Lahaina Restoration Foundation is a 501(c)3 Hawai‘i nonprofit organization chartered in 1962. Its mission is to be stewards and storytellers of Lahaina’s Historic & Cultural Heritage. We envision a community that engages with us in preserving and protecting Lahaina’s Hawaiian & Historic Sense of Place.

LRF has restored and preserved more than one dozen landmarks and historic structures in Lahaina. LRF maintains several collections of artifacts, photographs, manuscripts, maps, logs and other materials representative of Lahaina’s colorful past. These collections are available to the public and researchers

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Volunteer Opportunities on Maui for the Holidays and Beyond

Volunteer on Maui

Many have asked how they can give back since the terrible fires swept Maui County on August 8, 2023.  Lives in Upcountry Maui and Lahaina were changed forever, and the community has rallied to provide support.  Volunteer opportunities are extensive and the most comprehensive resource I've found is at Maui Nui Strong, which highlights a variety of ways you can give back as the holidays approach. 

Maui Nui Strong

"Maui Nui Strong is provided by the County of Maui to help connect our residents, businesses, and visitors to useful information about Maui County, our diverse islands, and a variety of resources that help to promote thriving and vibrant communities. From here, you can launch

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Giving Opportunities: Ways to help survivors of the Maui fires to celebrate the Holidays

In the wake of the devastating wildfires that swept Maui County on August 8, 2023 and destroyed the historic town of Lahaina as well as parts of Upcountry Maui, many of you have asked how you can help survivors.

Aid has poured in from around the world to many charitable organizations that have focused on housing and getting survivors necessities for daily living.  These organizations will need your support for years to come.  Read Ways to Give

As the holidays approach, several Maui organizations are stepping up to help bring holiday cheer to our Maui residents who have lost everything.  Here are a few ways to give:

Makana no nā Keiki: Be an Elf, Give with

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In the Wake of the Maui Fires Here are Ways to Give

Support for our Ohana and the Maui Community

Updated 9/6/23

Maui has been a place where many of you have celebrated love. You have made the memories of a lifetime on this beautiful island. Many of you have celebrated some of the most important moments of your lives here engagements, marriages, anniversaries, birthdays, and family vacations. For residents, it is our home and we cherish the land and the people of Hawaii. It is where we live. Children are born here, families grow, and our ancestors rest here.

The people of Maui need your support. The fires have affected West Maui, Upcountry, and South Maui. People have lost their homes and their loved ones.

Please give however you can. Any

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