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Voluntourism in HawaiiThe most powerful aspect of Hawaii is not our incredible natural beauty or rich culture – it's the deep relationship between the two. When you learn to love Hawaii the way we do, not only do you help us perpetuate all that we hold dear, but you get to experience what it's like to have a connection with this remarkable place.
Have fun while making an impactYou already know that you can help ensure Hawaii’s special places exist for generations to come by staying on roads and trails, leaving picnic spots even cleaner than you found them, observing instructional signs, and respecting the aina (land), kai (sea) and all their living creatures. But it takes a pretty special person to want to take their respect for Hawaii a step further by volunteering – an action which will create positive ripples across our islands.
Several organizations offer opportunities for visitors to pay it forward, like beach clean-ups, yoga and learn retreats, and more. Engage in some of our volunteer opportunities below, and in exchange, experience Hawaii on a much deeper and connected level.
More ways to make an impact! Check out organizations for events coming up during your next Hawaiian vacation!
Hawaiian Islands Land Trust
Hui o Koolaupoko
Hui o Laka, Kokee Natural History Museum
Maui Nui Botanical Gardens
Ulu Ae Learning Center
Holani Hana, Inc.
Hui Aloha Aina Momona
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Lawai International Center is sparkling from the caring hands of helpful volunteers. Please join us as we nurture the grounds and plant orchids together on every first Saturday of the month from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Lunches made by the aunties of [...]
- Contact Name: Lynn Muramoto
- Contact Organization: Lawai International Center
Get the Drift and Bag It! is an annual cleanup campaign hosted by Malama Maui Nui in partnership with the Ocean Conservancy that seeks to empower Maui Nui residents in their environmental stewardship of our island community. This year, Get the Drift and Bag It! will take place from September [...]
- Contact Name: Annalea
- Contact Organization: Malama Maui Nui
Since the Spring of 2015, Hui o Koolaupoko has been working at the mouth of Heeia Stream to clear invasive mangrove and other non-native plants in an effort to restore stream flow, re-plant native plants and improve habitat for native aquatic species and shorebirds. The majority of invasive species [...]