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Volunteer Opportunities

Want to get more involved with the community? Click on the image to be directed to the website for more information on volunteering with these valuable institutions.

Get involved, stay connected, and help support our community by becoming a Chamber volunteer. We’re always looking for dedicated individuals to help with our ongoing Chamber activities, and are especially seeking local kupuna to volunteer at our Visitor and Business Services Center. There are many different volunteer opportunities available.

808 Cleanups is a 501(c)(3) environmental nonprofit organization empowering communities to restore Hawaiʻi ’s beauty through decentralized beach, hiking, graffiti, and marine debris cleanups. They saw an opportunity to create a support network for volunteers to tackle natural surface graffiti tagging, littering, and pallet bonfires (which can leave nails in the sand). 808 Cleanups was created to stand up, take action, and make Hawaiʻi cleaner, safer and stronger.

The Friends of Kaena Point seek to create more opportunities for education and recreation for residents and visitors. Information on guided hikes and volunteer opportunities is posted at

Na Mea Kupono Lo`I Kalo invites individuals and families to help restore and expand a taro farm in Waialua by volunteering on the Third Saturday of each month. Find Na Mea Kupono on Facebook.

Formed in 2005, Mālama Pūpūkea-Waimea is a volunteer-based North Shore nonprofit. Their programs educate residents of Hawai‘i and visitors to the Pūpūkea Marine Life Conservation District about the importance of this special area’s marine life and protected status. There are numerous opportunities to volunteer with Mālama Pūpūkea-Waimea. You are welcome to stop by their community outreach tent on Saturdays between 8am-4pm for more information.

Just off of Hauula Homestead Road, the Maunawila Heiau is believed to be one of the last relatively intact heiau in Koolauloa. The heiau was recently dedicated into conservation and volunteer work days occur on Second Saturday of each month.

Hard working volunteers at Malama Loko Ea continue to improve the fish pond mauka of Haleiwa Beach Park. Their regular work day is also on Third Saturdays. Learn more on Facebook and at

Paepae o He’eia is a private non-profit organization dedicated to caring for He’eia Fishpond – an ancient Hawaiian fishpond located in He’eia Uli, Ko’olaupoko, O’ahu. Established in 2001 by a group of young Hawaiians, Paepae o He’eia works to manage and maintain He’eia Fishpond for the community. Paepae o He’eia relies heavily on volunteers to get much of the restoration and rehabilitation work completed. You can learn more by going to

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