KĀKOʻO ʻŌIWI VOLUNTEER WORK
Kākoʻo ʻŌiwi is a 501c3 non-profit organization based in Oahu. It is dedicated to promoting responsible natural resource management and preserving agricultural land in Hawaii that has long been threatened by urban development. With 405 acres of such land in Heʻeia, Kākoʻo ʻŌiwi hosts many educational and cultural activities. These include three differently-themed workdays held every month, growing taro, protecting native species, and caring for cultural landscapes, respectively.
KĀKOʻO ʻŌIWI WEBSITE
Non-Profit Community Organization
46-005 Kawa Street, Suite 104
Kaneohe, HI United States 96744
There are no specific age requirements to volunteer.
Requirements and expectations vary on event applied for.
You must fill out the appropriate release form online to volunteer for their desired event. These forms must be filled out and signed on paper and brought with you to the event itself.