| C A L E N D A R S
As of Monday, September 28, 2009
The Path Clinic:
Looking for arts and crafts group leaders to teach sewing and other skills to a small group of new and expectant mothers. Contact Renee at 734-2034 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Diamond Head Theatre:
Help paint, build, sand and decorate sets for "Les Miserables." Call 733-0277, ext. 331, or 733-0277, ext. 330.
Waikalua Loko Fishpond Preservation Society:
Help with restoration efforts, 8 a.m. to noon Sept. 13, Waikalua Loko fishpond in Kaneohe. Pre-registration required; 843-1217 or email@example.com.
Tutors needed to work two hours a week. Each one-on-one session runs 20 minutes. Training provided. Call 832-3512.
Keikisacks of Hawaii:
Sew, sort, fill sacks with crayons, toiletries, toys and more. Production days are second and fourth Thursdays of the month, 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 538-3598.
KHON2 News Action Line:
Volunteers needed one day a week, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. Call Mariellen, 591-4295, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kuhio Elementary School:
Tutor students in kindergarten to third grade. Training available. Call Lovely Kwock, 973-0085.
Lanakila Meals on Wheels Program:
Become an AmeriCorps member and mingle with seniors. Earn a monthly stipend, and upon completion of one year of full-time service, an education allotment. Must be 17 or older, have access to a vehicle, a driver's license and car insurance. Call 531-0555.
The Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped:
Seeking adult volunteers to assist with a recording program. Narrators needed to read and record local books. Audition required. The ability to read local dialect, Hawaiian, Asian and other languages is required. Also accepting applications for the Radio Reading Service program. Call 733-8444 to request an application.
Lokahi Giving Project:
Seeking office/clerical volunteer with detail-oriented skills to help with administrative support during the holidays. Duties include organizing files and checking log/contact sheets. Training provided. Call 591-4295 or visit www.khon2.com.
Malama Na Honu:
Watch over sea turtles on the beach, identify and collect data for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, educate public, answer questions about sea turtles, promote proper etiquette for viewing turtles from land or in the water. Adults only; must be able to get around the rocky coastline of Laniakea Beach. Visit malamanahonu.org.
Moiliili Community Center Thrift Shop:
Assist with store operations. Call 955-1555.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving:
Speakers needed for all islands for Youth Alcohol Impact Panel Program. Speakers in public safety and medical fields or those who have lost loved ones are invited to share stories. Call 532-6751 or (888) 422-6233 on the neighbor islands.
Oahu Head Start Program:
Office help needed, including reception and clerical duties. Training provided. Call 847-2400.
Oahu Head Start-Bookmobile:
Drive a Bookmobile twice weekly to preschools. Must have clean traffic abstract and be available 8 a.m. to noon. Call 843-2530.
Oahu's Wild Bird Rehab Haven:
Volunteers urgently needed for care center in King/University area. Feed baby birds, provide physical therapy to the injured, clean and answer phones. Help also needed to build cages, in grants and fundraising and foster care. Training provided. Call 447-WBRH (9274).
Opportunities overseas. Call (800) 424-8580.
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program will find placement in your area of interest. Call 586-5191 for a free orientation.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii:
Various duties available. Call Michael Ahakuelo, 973-5683, ext. 241, or visit www.ronaldhousehawaii.org.
Shelters for Abused Spouses and Children:
Emergency shelter needs adults for four to eight hours a week for six months. Duties range from preparing meals and distributing donations to answering hot-line calls and organizing children's activities. Call Child & Family Services, 847-4602.
Clean Air Team:
Lead Diamond Head hike 8:30 a.m. Saturdays. Call 528-0528.
Coalition for Housing Homeless People with Mental Illness:
Help find safe housing. Call 845-4565.
Great Aloha Run:
Runners and walkers needed to help with administration and to lead participants on practice distances. Will train. Call 591-1404.
Hawaii Heritage Center:
Learn history of Hawaii and lead walking tours of Chinatown once a month. Call 521-2749.
Heeia Community Work Days:
Help beautify park grounds with the Friends of He'eia, 8:30 a.m. to noon on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month. Plant native Hawaiian plants and remove invasive alien mangrove. Volunteers also needed to greet visitors. Call 247-3156.
Nuuanu Stream Cleanup:
Groups needed to clean Nuuanu Stream inside Lili'uokalani Botanical Garden. Boots, bags and gloves provided. Call 522-7064.
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500 Ala Moana 7-210
or fax to 529-4750.