POSTED: Sunday, February 22, 2009

Send items to 7 Waterfront Plaza, Suite 210, Honolulu 96813. Fax 529-4750. E-mail: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Call 529-4747.



2010 Honolulu AIDS Walk: Help set up, clean up, register and direct walkers on April 18 at Kapiolani Park Bandstand. Call 521-AIDS, e-mail .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or visit http://www.honoluluaidswalk.org.
He'eia Water Quality Snapshot Day: Collect data and learn to improve water quality on your property, 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday at He'eia State Park. Call Kristen Mailheau at 381-7202.
WWII Tunnel Tours: Help at fundraiser for abandoned, abused animals, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at WWII Tunnels near Aikahi Shopping Center (above Aikahi Fire Station). Call 395-0023.


Youth Programs

Academic Foundation for International Cultural Exchange: Host families needed for foreign-exchange students (ages 15 to 18). Also looking for part-time community representative. Call (866) 462-3423 or visit http://www.afice.org.
American Institute for Foreign Study: Run student exchange program. Call (800) 322-4678.
ASSE International Student Exchange Program: Host families needed for high-school-aged students. Call 627-0319 or 595-6458.
Big Brothers/Big Sisters: Mentors needed for children ages 6 to 16. Call 521-3811, ext. 228, or visit http://www.bigshonolulu.org.
Boy Scouts: Teach in Leeward Oahu. Call 595-6366.
Breakthroughs for Youth at Risk: Seeking mentors and coaches for youth groups. Call 235-2547.
Foster Family Programs: Adoptive families needed for children up to age 12. Call 521-9531.
Foster Grandparent Program: Department of Human Services needs adults 60 years and older to help in schools, day programs, Head Start program and other settings. Must be income-eligible and available at least 20 hours per week. Nontaxable stipend, daily meal or allowance and training provided. Call 453-6357.
Friendship Force: Seeking home hosts for international cultural exchange program. Call 949-1295.
Girl Scouts: Work with troops. Call 595-8400.
Hawaii Intergenerational Network: Senior volunteers needed for programs in preschools in Honolulu, Kailua and Waialae/Kahala. Call 235-0880 or 261-5834.
Honolulu Theatre for Youth: Seeking ushers for performances at Tenney Theatre, St. Andrew's Catholic Church. Must be available twice a month. Call 839-9885.
”;I Can Read”; Program: Tutors needed for afterschool program twice a week. Call 971-6922.
Joint Action in Community Service: Advise youths returning from Job Corps training. Call 521-5227.
Judiciary Foster Parenting Program: Foster homes needed. Stipend provided. Call 539-5910.
Junior Achievement Hawaii: Teach for 45 to 60 minutes weekly for six to eight weeks. Call 545-1777.
Ka'ewai Elementary: Tutors needed for 20-minute, sessions two hours a week. Call 832-3512.
Kuhio Elementary: Tutor students in kindergarten through third grade. Call 973-0085.
Leeward YMCA: Work with youths. Call 671-6495.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving: Speakers needed for Youth Alcohol Impact Panel Program. Speakers in public safety and medical fields or victims who have lost loved ones are invited to share stories. Call 532-6751 or (888) 422-6233 on neighbor islands.
Oahu Head Start—Bookmobile: Drive a Bookmobile two mornings a week to preschools. Must be available 8 a.m. to noon and have clean traffic abstract. Call 843-2530.
Susannah Wesley Community Center: Work with children in Kalihi afterschool program, or assist in recreation room, gym or computer lab, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Mondays to Thursdays. Tutors also needed for afterschool prevention program. Call 847-1535.
Terra Lingua: Host students from France, Germany, South Korea, Russia and Taiwan for five months. Call (877) 520-2522 or visit http://www.TerraLinguaUSA.org.
World Heritage: Seeking families, couples or single parents to host a high school-aged foreign-exchange student. Call 942-3191 or visit http://www.world-heritage.com.