Community Partners Directory: Human Needs

Easter Seals Hawaii

Address: 710 Green St.
Honolulu HI 96813
Phone: 536-1015
Fax: 536-3765
Organization Description: Human Service - provides services to individuals with developmental disabilities.
Volunteer Opportunities: Assisting with activities in the youth services program which is an extended school day program for ages 5 to 20 with disabilities. Camping three times a year and other outings.
Special Requirements: TB Clearance, Criminal History Clearance.

Hawaii Foodbank, Inc. 

Address: 2611 Kilihau Street
Honolulu HI
Phone: 836-3600 x 239
Fax: Elizabeth 'Annie' Cadirao
Organization Description: The people of Hawai'i are one ohana The Hawaii Foodbank provides food so that noone in our family goes hungry. We work to gather food and support from out communities. We then distribute food through charitable agencies to thse in need. Our mission is from the heart, and we will fulfill our mission with integrity, humanity and aloha.
Volunteer Opportunities: Perishable sorting; salvage and donation sorting; annual food drive

Hawaii Foster Parent Association – It Takes An Ohana

Address: 245 N. Kukui Street, Suite 201 Honolulu, HI 96817
Phone: 521-9531 x 292
Fax: 263-0921
Organization Description: Provides training and support to foster parents. Hosts annual conference, publishes quarterly newsletter, updates website, and produces informational packets on specific topics.
Volunteer Opportunities: Website design, revision, and maintenance. Project development and management. Research and writing of informational packets on specific topics.
Special Requirements: Basic skills relative to projects undertaken. Students supply their own transportation to Kailua.

Hawaiian Humane Society

Address: 2700 Waialae Avenue
Honolulu HI 96826
Phone: 356-2216
Contact: Sharon MacQuoid
Title: Volunteer Coordinator
Organization Description: Promotes the human-animal bond and the humane
treatment of all animals.
Volunteer Opportunities: Animal Care: exercise dogs, groom cats, feed and
clean all animals and work in the clinic. Customer Service: greet customers, help people with the selection of a new pet. Community Events: participate in the many events that are organized.
Special Requirements: Volunteers must be at least 14 years old or older. Most jobs require a once a week commitment, at the same time and day each week. Most shifts are three hours long. Volunteers are asked to make a six month

Kokua Mau Work Center

Address: 2840 Waimano Home Road #9
Pearl City HI 96782
Phone: 585-9977
Fax: 455-8819
Organization Description: Day services for developmentally disabled adults with emphasis on psycho/social development and work readiness tasks.
Volunteer Opportunities: Enhance interpersonal skills understanding mentally challenged individuals, respecting and enhancing self-determination/normalization for persons with disabilities. Will train (hands on).
Special Requirements: TB clearance, CPR/first aide, own transportation (car), people person with strong interest in human development, mental health, communication.

Marimed Foundation

Address: 45-021 Likeke Pl.
Kaneohe HI 96744
Phone: 236-2288
Organization Description: Helping Hawaii’s Youth.
Volunteer Opportunities: Administrative, MIS, boat repair.
Special Requirements: Varies depending on volunteer opportunities.

Women in Need (WIN)

Address: 85-979 Farrington Highway, Suite D
Waianae HI 96792
Phone: 696-1996
Fax: 696-6426
Contact: Mary Scott Lau
Title: Executive Director
Organization Description: Provides basic life skills, parenting, anger management, for homeless, domestic violence victims, persons in recovery, and incarcerated women.
Volunteer Opportunities: Maintain clothes closet, pick up donations, help with community activities, Easter egg hunts.