'Ohana Volunteer Day

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Waimea Valley/Hi ipaka

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2017 Mililani 1st ward

We want you and your family to Join us at Waimea for our 'Ohana Volunteer Day

This is a brand new volunteer program geared towards the families in the area with younger kids as an opportunity for them to get involved, give back and learn.

The volunteer projects will generally be located in the botanical gardens and cultural sites. These opportunities will be for a maximum of 20 participants each day and will be open to all ages, but recommended to the parents with children under 12 years old.

RSVP are required to attend the event. Gloves and tools will be provided along with a project that is suitable to the group.

The basic schedule for one of these volunteer days will be:

  • 9:00am Volunteers Arrive sign waivers
  • 9:15am Volunteer group will participate in the oli protocol
  • 9:30am Arrive at Volunteer Site
  • 11:30am Volunteer project is finished, volunteers are encouraged to get lunch at our snack shop and then explore the valley.*

*All participants Earn free entry into the valley for the day and may sign up for an optional cultural activity after lunchtime.

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About Waimea Valley/Hi ipaka


59-864 Kamehameha Hwy., HALEIWA, HI 96712, US

Mission Statement

E mlama a e ho'omau i na waiwai kanaka, mo'omeheu, a kulohelohe o Waimea no kela hanauna, Keia hanauna ma o ka ho'ona'auao a me ka ho'okahu 'ana. Preserve and perpetuate the human, cultural and natural resources of Waimea for generations through education and stewardship.


Waimea Valley is a living pu'uhonua (sanctuary) for and by kanaka (Hawaiian People). We strive to celebrate and share a vibrant and living Hawaiian culture with the world.

The land managed by our organization is about 1,800 acres in total. We have a beautiful botanical garden spanning about 300 acres from our waterfall to the highway between us and the big wave surfing beach, Waimea Bay. The garden contains over 5,500 species of plants and protects many rare plants from around the world, including some of hawaii's most rare and endangered species. It's not just endangered plants here, we also protect endangered birds and fish in this amazing ecosystem. The back 1,500 or so acres is set up as conservation land where we are actively protecting and rebuilding native forest habitat.

We welcome you to experience Waimea Valley and be a part of the volunteer team that works to protect this sacred place. Let's honor and perpetuate Hawai`i’s past, be active stewards of our present and plan for a prosperous and healthy future.

Arts & Culture


Sat Jul 18, 2020
09:00 AM - 11:30 AM  


59-864 Kamehameha HwyHaleiwa, HI 96712



  • Farming
  • Photography
  • Landscaping
  • Botany
  • Gardening
  • Environmental Science


  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Volunteers are asked to commit to the time for the orientation and the 2 hours of volunteer work, but the activities after the work are optional.
  • RSVP Required

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