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- VOLUNTEER -
A Revitalizing and Cultural Mission

E Mālama i ka ‘āina,
ke kai a me ka ʻike Hawaiʻi

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WORK DAYS

- 2nd Wednesday (Mālama ʻĀina)

- 4th Sunday (Mālama Kai) 
- 9:00 am to 11:30 am - Location:  Ka`
ehu Bay
600 Kukona Place, Wailuku

Mālama ʻĀina - working to maintain taro patches, restoration of streams, native plants, clearing overgrowth, removal of invasive species and more.

 

Mālama Kai - Beach Clean-up with Sharkastics. Clearing of Beach debris along the shore of Kaʻehu Bay.

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The Hawaiian Islands itinerary that can change your life isn’t found in any guidebooks. Because what makes the Hawaiian Islands truly special is not only our stunning natural beauty or our vibrant culture - it’s the deeply rooted relationship that connects them. 
 
That relationship between people and place grows stronger every time you Mālama(give back). When you give back - to the land, the ocean, the wildlife, the forest, the fishpond, the community - you’re part of a virtuous circle that enriches everything and everyone. Including your experience as a visitor. 
 
Several organizations offer opportunities for visitors to pay it forward, like beach clean-ups, native tree planting, and more. Engage in some of our volunteer opportunities below, and in exchange, experience Hawaiʻi on a much deeper and connected level. Through the Mālama Hawaii Program, you could qualify for a special discount or even a free night from a participating hotel when participating in its dedicated volunteer activity.

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Mālama ʻĀina

2nd Wednesday of every Month

9:00am to 11:30 am at Ka'ehu Bay

~working and maintaining taro patches, restoration of streams, native plants, clearing overgrowth, removal of invasive species and more.

~Bring your own covered shoes, hand tools, gloves, and water if you have them.

Mālama Kai

4th Sunday of every Month

9:00am to 11:30 am at Ka'ehu Bay

~ Beach Clean-up with Sharkastics. Clearing of Beach debris along the shore of Kaʻehu Bay.

~Bring water sandals or tabis, towel, gloves, and water

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E KŌKUA MAI
Can't Volunteer? You can Donate!

CONTACT US

Mailing Address:  600 Waiehu Beach Road, Wailuku, HI, 96793

Physical Address:  600 Kukona Road #E, Wailuku, Hawaii  96793

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To schedule an event, email: events@kaehu.org or message us here!

To inquire about the KYEMP after-school and summer programs email: kyemp@kaehu.org

To partner or donate, email:  kahulu@kaehu.org

events@kaehu.org  |  Tel: (808) 856-6679

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