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Community Service

By helping one, we help all!

If you have an idea for a project in your area, please contact the Hawai’i Community leaders:

Bran-Dee Torres, ‘97, Community President
Nai-Wen Chang, ‘89, AFO Volunteer Coordinator
Dominique Dold, ‘18, Spirituality Coordinator

 

  • Santa Clara University Food Pantry

    Access to funding is available through the Office of Student Life for students who are experiencing food insecurity - the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.

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    The Hawai’i Food Bank

    We signed up to help at the Food Bank in April but needed to cancel due to the pandemic. The Food Bank needs help in two ways.

    First, you can participate in a virtual food drive instead of community food drive in order to practice social distancing. You can find out more information about virtual food drives on their website HERE.

    If individuals would like to volunteer in person, contact volunteer@hawaiifoodbank.org to receive an application form.

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    Access Surf

    Access Surf builds an inclusive community that empowers people with disabilities through accessible beach and water programs.

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    Catholic Charities Hawaii

    Catholic Charities Hawaii provides service to people in need, to advocate for justice in social structures, and to call the entire church and other people of goodwill to do the same.

  • Lunalilo

    Lunalilo invites you to share your aloha and spend time with our kūpuna. Individuals and groups are welcomed to volunteer their talents.

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    Malama na honu

    Malama na honu protects Hawaiian sea turtles through education, public awareness and conservation, all in the Spirit of Aloha.

  • Project Hawai’i Inc.

    Project Hawai’i Inc. helps our islands keiki (children in Hawaiian) break the cycle of poverty. We enhance their lives by providing year round services that help to build their self-esteem and learn the proper life and social skills to succeed.

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    Special Olympics Hawai’i

    Special Olympics Hawai’i is a global organization that serves athletes with intellectual disabilities working with hundreds of thousands of volunteers and coaches each year.

To receive information about local community service organizations, please contact Sarah Bonini, J.D. '93, Assistant Director of Community Engagement, Service & Spirituality, in Alumni Relations.

 

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