Photos: HONOLULU Family Volunteer Day 2020 presented by Hawai‘i Gas

See photos from our fifth parent-child O‘ahu volunteer day on Jan. 4, 2020 and get the details on each location’s workdays year-round.

 

Honolulu Theatre for Youth (Downtown Honolulu)

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

Photo: Enjy El-Kadi

 

No regular keiki workdays.

 


James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge (Kahuku)

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

Photo: Christi Young

 

Regular workdays: Held the first Saturday of every month. Meet at the wildlife refuge office at 56-795 Kamehameha Highway, Kahuku (just past the shrimp stands and across the highway from Kahuku Farms) at 8:30 a.m. You will drive to the work location. Bring water, gloves and sunscreen. Make sure to wear closed-toe shoes with a thicker sole (ie. sneakers instead of Crocs) and hat.

 

fws.gov

 


 

Mālama Loko Ea (Hale‘iwa)

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

Photo: Mailani Rainwater

 

Regular workdays: Third Saturday of the month. Sign-in is at 8:45 a.m. with the oli and pule beginning around 9 a.m. Work continues until 11:30 a.m. and is typically followed by a potluck lunch. RSVP is required and you will need to fill out an online waiver.

 

62-540 Kamehameha Highway, Hale‘iwa. lokoea.org

 


Keiki and Plow (Hawai‘i Kai)

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

Photo: Katie Kenny

 

No regular keiki workdays.

 


Waimānalo Limu Hui (Waimānalo)

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

 

Regular workdays: Typically the fourth Saturday of the month. It can involve either limu planting or work on the rock wall at Pāhonu. Meet at 8 a.m. at Kaiona Beach in Waimānalo. Look for Waimānalo Limu Hui’s tent with flags. The last one to arrive may do the pule. Bring reef-safe sunscreen, water and clothes you don’t mind getting wet. You will need to sign a waiver online.

 

waimanalolimuhui.org/calendar

 


 

Waimea Valley (North Shore)

Photo: Christy Davis

Photo: Christy Davis

Photo: Christy Davis

Photo: Christy Davis

Photo: Christy Davis

Photo: Christy Davis

Photo: Christy Davis

Photo: Christy Davis

Photo: Christy Davis

 

Regular workdays: In 2020, Waimea Valley started an ‘Ohana Volunteer Day for all ages. As of January, there were no set monthly dates, but all spaces were filled for the first day on Jan. 11. RSVP is required and you will need to fill out a waiver. All participants are welcome to explore the park once the work is done. Check Waimea Valley’s calendar, waimeavalley.net