Community Service Opportunities

An integral piece of Kamehamehameha Schools Educational Strategic Plan is a focus on developing leadership & kuleana for Community Giveback.  The intergenerational successes of Kamehameha Schools' educational strategies are dependant on the cultivation of leadership and community service with all of Princess Pauahi's beneficiaries.  Many of Kamehameha Schools programs and activities are created to provide opportunities for students to develop and demonstrate Native Hawaiian Leadership as well as as an ownership in contributing to and caring for their communities.






WHAT:   Mālama Mauna'ala

WHEN:   SATURDAYS  9am - 12 noon

             -Jan 3, 2015

             -March 28, 2015

              May 16, 2015

WHERE:  MAUNAʻALA - The Royal Mausoleum of Hawaiʻi

              2261 Nuʻuanu Avenue, Honolulu, HI  96817

RSVP:     Email




What:   21st Annual Links to Literacy Golf Tournament

When:  Friday, October 24, 2014

Where:  Kapolei Golf Club.

Volunteers needed on the course. Volunteer sign-in is between 8:00 - 8:30 a.m. and needed through 5:30 p.m. Possible shifts from 8 - 1p and 12 - 5p.

Volunteers needed to help monitor the holes, greet the golfers, and enjoy a day on the greens. 

Volunteers may want to bring a chair, umbrella, hat, and sunscreen. 

Volunteers can contact Brenda Tome or Nainoa Mau. Brenda’s email is  Nainoa’s phone number is 536-4174



WHAT:   Kamoleao Laulima Resource Center

WHEN:   SATURDAYS  7:30am - 1:30pm

             -Nov 1, Nov 15

WHERE:  Kamoleao -Located at the corner of Ohu Ohu & East Puainako Street  

             (Behind Long’s Drugs, Prince Kuhio Mall)

CONTACT:  Donnalyn Kalei or Donna Madrid 934-2638


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