International 'Ukulele Festival of Hawai'i Volunteers

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ORGANIZATION: UKULELE FOUNDATION OF HAWAII

Join our Volunteer Team!

International 'Ukulele Festival of Hawai’i is recruiting volunteers to run the festival smoothly. We have various volunteer roles for anybody interested. We will offer a free official T-shirt and other benefits to volunteers.

1 Shift

  • Sat Jul 27, 2024 - 08:00 AM to 08:00 PM HST - Spots available: 10+
    Minimum 4-hour shifts

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About UKULELE FOUNDATION OF HAWAII

Location:

1750 KALAKAUA AVE STE 206, HONOLULU, HI 96826, US

Mission Statement

"bringing people together through ʻukulele." International Ukulele Festival of Hawaii was founded by the renowned Japanese musician & Ukulele music scene pioneer in Japan, Kazuyuki Sekiguchi from the band Southern All Stars. From the inaugural picnic in 2009, it has attracted more than 5000 people, and has become a fun music event for whole family. This event is a celebration to appreciate the beauty of the ʻukulele and express gratitude and respect for all Hawaiian music.

Description

The Ukulele Foundation of Hawai`i is a non profit organization (501 (c)3 public charity) whose primary objective is to support music in education, as well as various charities and arts throughout Hawai`i, Japan and throughout the world through collective interest and awareness of the ukulele.
The mission of the Ukulele Foundation of Hawai`i is to establish an ukulele museum that will facilitate social, educational and cultural activities in a friendly environment that perpetuates happiness and joy of the ukulele.
Since its incorporation in October 2007, the foundation has hosted six big fundraising events.

About 'Ukulele Museum

As an international museum and entertainment center, the 'Ukulele Museum will bring together 'ukulele fans from around the world. The museum will contribute to children’s educational development through guest lecturers and field trips to the site as well as provide a venue for musical events and a place of "tranquility" for island residents to gather. A permanent collection, the history of the 'ukulele and its contribution to Hawaiian music will be shown. Plans for the museum also include a cafe and gift shop. At the event, Foundation sells food, T-shirts and donated items to raise money.

https://ukulelefoundation.org

CAUSE AREAS

Arts & Culture
International
Sports & Recreation
Arts & Culture, International, Sports & Recreation

WHEN

Sat Jul 27, 2024
08:00 AM - 08:00 PM
This opportunity has 1 shift

WHERE

Kapiʻolani Park3840 Paki AveHonolulu, HI 96815

(21.26605,-157.81667)
 

SKILLS

  • Stage Management
  • Event Management
  • Music Arts
  • Sound Production
  • Retail / Sales
  • String Instrument

GOOD FOR

  • Teens
  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 16
  • Orientation or Training

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