Volunteer In a Local Thrift Store
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
3 people are interested
We are looking for people to partner with us as we strive to expand our program and our reach in our community.
We need help with volunteers willing and able to help in 1 or more of the following areas:
1. work the register in the store
2. sort donations and help organize
3. regular maintenance and cleaning of areas in our store
4. receiving of donations
5. help with our various educational programs
We are hoping to expand our hours but need help doing that.
We are currently open M-F 9am to 3pm
New hours will be M-F 10am to 4pm and Saturday 10:00am-2pm
(donations receiving Saturday 8:00am-12:00pm)
One day, just a few hours, weekly, what ever you can give us in time, we are very grateful.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About HO OMANA
4531 KUAMOO RD, KAPAA, HI 96746, US
Ho'omana assists the emotionally, mentally, physically challenged and those with disabilities with every opportunity to reach their maximum potential. Ho'omana is derived from the Hawaiian word: ~ Ho'o-Causive prefix (one that produces a result. ~ Mana-Authority, power, might. "TOGETHER HO'OMANA MEANS TO PLACE IN AUTHORITY OR EMPOWER! One of the goals of Ho'omana is to help students and adults come to an understanding and awareness of how they are seeing themselves through other people's eyes. It is nearly impossible to discern what others actually think of you. The major problem with letting others define you is that it limits your ability to be who you really are. It may not be easy to have the confidence needed to see yourself from your own perspective instead of how others view you, but Ho'omana is here to help. Building confidence, that's the magic that Ho'omana brings to peoples lives.
Ho'omana's primary focus is using the Thrift Store as a "training site" for individuals in job-transferable skills that can be applied to future employment, life skills, financial literacy, and personal growth and development.
Ho'omana teaches a Financial Literacy curriculum designed to teach students how to manage their money and make informed financial decisions.
Adapted from the Kahua Waiwai curriculum created by Hawai'i Community Assests,this program uses group activities to teach basic money management skills.
The result is that the students increase their financial knowledge, gain positive attitudes, self-motivation and the ability to become independent.
We'll work with your schedule.
4531 Kuamoo RdKapaa, HI 96746
- Retail / Sales
- People Skills
- People 55+
- We would appreciate from 2-4 hours up to entire days and weekly. What ever time you can give to help is appreciated.
- some on the job training as we explain how the store runs.