Project Hawai'i Inc. is a nonprofit organization that is run 100% by volunteers and solely supported by public donations.
Your volunteer effort provides vulnerable keiki the support they need to help break the devastating cycle of poverty.
the Homeless Keiki
Virtual Volunteer Opportunity for school closures
Help keep homeless keiki clean and healthy. These fundraisers allow us to continue our efforts to benefit the homeless keiki and support their growing needs. You will be able to earn a minimum of 3 hours with the opportunity to earn more.
For more details, please fill out the sign up form below (under the Easter volunteer op section)
APRIL "EASTER" ONE DAY VOLUNTEERS
PLEASE NOTE: we are ONLY accepting donations at the volunteer locations below from April 3rd-5th. This is our deadline!! Please email for the sign up list if you choose to conduct a collection
Help keep homeless keiki clean and healthy. These fundraisers allow us to continue our efforts to benefit the homeless keiki and support their growing needs. These volunteer opportunities are for a 3 hour shift.
LOCATIONS FOR PARKING/MEETING:
1. Kapolei - Friday April 3 - 2:30pm -5:00pm
Meet in the Safeway Parking lot
2. Pearl City - Saturdays in April - April 4 & April 11 - 11:00am -2:00pm
NEW LOCATION: Manana Park in Pearl City. Kuala St Intersection/Waimano Home Road parking lot near the restrooms and tennis courts. (NOT the skatepark area)
3. Kane'ohe - Sunday April 5 - 11:00am - 2:00pm
First Hawaiian Bank in the Windward City Shopping Center parking lot (against the fence)
All volunteers will perform the same task of wearing Project Hawaii's yellow "Help Feed the Homeless Keiki" awareness signs and holding nets used to collect donations. Please arrive 5-10 minutes prior to the shift for an orientation.
Please be respectful and arrive on time and stay until the scheduled end time as we have so few opportunities to fundraise money for the homeless children that we really need to take advantage of every volunteer minute so our efforts can best support our children.
HOW TO SIGN UP:
Enter your name, email address, and date(s) you are attending in the questionnaire form directly below or in the questionnaire on the "CONTACT" page.
If you're unable to pre-register in time to get a response from Project Hawai'i, you are still welcome to attend. Please arrive 5-10 minutes prior to the shift for an orientation.
GROUPS with 10 or more will need to be pre-approved. Please do not just show up as we cannot accommodate a group size of more than 20 per day.
Families with children between the ages of 8-12 are acceptable with adult supervision. This type of fundraiser is not suited for children younger than 8. Teens are welcome without a supervisor.
If your volunteer hours are for a service project, school hours, club hours, or other community service, please bring your paper work. A Project Hawai'i site director will sign it only once your shift has been completed.
One Day Volunteer Sign-Up
WHAT TO BRING/WEAR:
Protect yourself from the sun and wear sunglasses and hats.
Dress for the weather. It's typically hot but rain is always possible. We come rain or shine. The homeless children rely on us and WE RELY ON YOU!
Groups can wear their group or club t-shirts, etc.
Wear comfortable walking shoes as you will be walking or standing for the majority of the event. Terrain can be both on pavement and sometimes in grassy areas, etc.
Water bottles (Groups of 10 or more are required to bring water bottles)
Community service papers for us to sign. If you don't bring them, we can't sign them. We will not be able to email or mail the forms to you. Please bring a form or letter for us to sign, we will NOT be able to do so after the event is over. Mahalo
A friend is also welcome, and you get an EXTRA HOUR of community service for bringing a friend or family member.
Snacks and Refreshments (Water is limited so please bring your own)
Awareness Signs and Nets
Community Service Hours accepted by schools, social service and court ordered forms.
EARN EXTRA HOURS:
1. Bring another volunteer who DOES NOT need their own hours. Siblings, parents, and friends add to the fun.
2. Bring THREE (3) $7 meal cards (from places such as Panda's Express, Taco Bell, Subway, etc)
3. Share YOUR photos of the event on social media, tag us, and share with this link https://www.helpthehomelesskeiki.org/donate
You must work the entire shift in order to receive the extra hour.
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Volunteering with Project Hawai'i is an excellent way to satisfy your community service hours. This 3 hour volunteer shift provides an excellent service to the community and allows us to continue our efforts to benefit the homeless keiki and support their growing needs.
Please make sure that you bring your paper work for us to sign. If you don't bring them, we can't sign them. We will not be able to email or mail the forms to you. A Project Hawai'i Inc. site director will sign it only once your shift has been completed.
Enter your name, email address, and date(s) you are attending in the questionnaire form above or in the questionnaire on the "CONTACT" page. If you have any questions regarding guidelines for this volunteer work, please review the content on this page.