Island: Maui

Beach Clean + Cruise

Coastal Clean of Sprecklesville Beach on 4/21/2022 915am-12pm. Gloves, bags and water will be provided . Bring your skateboard, roller skates, scooters or bike to ride the path and malama the coast! For more information contact: Wahineaction@gmail.com

Nohoʻana Farms Earth Day Volunteer Day (PRIVATE EVENT)

Working in the loʻi, light duty removing invasive species (moving hau branches that have been prepped), there will also be the opportunity to kuʻi kalo.  

Opala Pick Up

Cleaning trash along Waiale Road, Wailuku. Safety vests and gloves will be provided. 4/20 2:00-3:00pm   200 Waimaluhia Lane, Wailuku For more info contact: Courtney Ikawa at ccabebe@bbbshawaii.org

Kaanapali Beach Clean Up

Beach Clean Up 

Kamaole Beach Park 3 Clean Up

Kamaole Beach Park 3  clean up. Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/RCKWMaui/ Saturday April 23, 9 AM to 1 PM Volunteers contact: Allan at aw3200@gmail.com

Baldwin Beach Clean Up

Baldwin Beach, clean up. Contact: Tony at tonykriegmaui@gmail.com

Baldwin Beach Cleanup

We are committed to supporting activities that strengthen the conservation and protection of natural resources, advance ecological sustainability, and foster harmony between communities and the environment. Learn more: https://www.upcountrymauirotary.org 4/23: 9am-11am Picking up trash on Baldwin Beach and documenting what is picked up For more info Contact: Mary Albitz at mary@jigsawjava.com

Mentor for Youth in Foster Care

We partner with foster parents, social workers, and you, to help provide support and resources to the some of the most vulnerable young members of our community. Learn more: https://www.villageofhopemaui.com/youthmentoring Volunteers needed: Become a Mentor for a Youth in Foster Care Help at our Foster Family Night Outs on Saturday May 21st 4-8pm Cackground check and…
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Endangered Hawaiian Tropical Dry Forest Restoration

Keālia Pond NWR is a hidden wetland treasure transitioning the urban development and agriculture fields.  Here, endangered Hawaiian waterbirds are protected and go about their daily activities, and are joined by migratory birds in winter.  Quiet solitude for those that wander and explore the wetlands.  The protected wetland is home to the endangered ae‘o (Hawaiian stilt) and ‘alae ke‘oke‘o (Hawaiian coot), providing…
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Lahaina Landscape Architect

The Salvation Army is looking for a volunteer with experience in landscaping to include yard and field work. We are looking for volunteers who have experience with maintaining yards to cut down trees, weed wacking and trimming grass and other landscaping needs. Lahaina Lighthouse has limited tools available (saws, rakes, shovels, weed whacker). For any…
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