Volunteer Opportunities on Maui


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Community Work Day

Community Work Day (CWD) logo CWD photo 1
Photo by Forest & Kim Starr
CWD photo 2
Photo by Forest & Kim Starr

Volunteerism and the sharing of goodwill can withstand challenges as problems are tackled at the grass roots level.  Your neighborhood needs help.  Community Work Day is a non-profit organization that strives to restore or enhance public places working with 2,000 volunteers for Maui County.  Litter, beautification, and solid waste initiatives are the primary focus with locations all over Maui.  There are over 150 projects a year, and there is always a need for volunteers.  Example projects include the Emergency Environmental Workforce, Kanaha Beach coastal restoration , Honokowai Valley restoration, 4th Saturday community clean ups, bulky item pick-up, the "Get the Drift and Bag it" program, a paint exchange program, and many others. For more information contact the Maui Community Work Day program or visit www.hear.org/naturalareas/kanahabeach/.


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Comments? / Questions? e-mail webmaster@hear.org.  This page created on September 07, 2001 by Starr, and last updated on 19 September 2011 by PN.