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Virtual volunteer week in Hawai‘i (April 19 - 25)



Youth, their families, classes, and youth-serving community organizations across Hawaiʻi are invited to participate in Virtual Volunteer Week Hawai'i, launching during National Volunteer Week (April 19-25) and celebrating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.


Amidst the COVID-19 crisis, we know that youth can find creative ways to #RespondWithAloha and support the Aloha+ Challenge,while following the latest health and safety guidelines.


Eligibility

Hawai'i students in grades K-12


How Virtual Volunteer Week Hawai'i Works:

  1. Create a simple volunteer activity to #RespondWithAloha

  2. Register below by April 25th (be one of the first to register and receive a FREE Virtual Volunteer Week Hawai'i t-shirt)

  3. Safely complete your service activity by May 9th (please wear your Virtual Volunteer Week Hawai'i t-shirt or a school t-shirt)

  4. Share photos and videos on social media and tag @kanuhawaii and @bzphawaii and use #RespondWithAloha, #VolunteerWeekHawaii, and #AlohaChallenge 

  5. Complete the Virtual Volunteer Hawai'i Impact Report to tell us about your impact

Service Ideas:

All types of service projects (Awareness, Service, Advocacy, or Philanthropy) focusing on any community issue are welcome; here are a few resources to help you develop your idea:

Questions?Contact us at kokua@kanuhawaii.org


Virtual Volunteer Week Hawai'i is hosted by Kanu Hawai'i and Blue Zones Project Hawai'i, with support from various partners, including Hawai'i Green Growth, the Hawai'i State Department of Education, and Youth Service America.

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