He’eia helps preserve and maintain an ancient Hawaiian fishpond. Volunteers will help move rock and coral, fill buckets, cutting/pulling out invasive mangrove, invasive limu removal, trash pickup, or work on reconstruction of the kuapā — pond walls.
Volunteers who decide to serve at the fishpond will need to be on campus to depart at 8am
Honolulu ReStore (with Habitat for Humanity)
Volunteers will help refurbish furniture, building displays for donated items, repurpose donated items, reupholster seat cushions, and paint projects just to name a few projects that could possibly occur at Honolulu ReStore.
IHS Shelter (Women and Family Shelter)
Volunteers will help with organize the thrift shop at the IHS (Institute for Human Services) Shelter for families and women.
Volunteers will do various beautification projects on campus. Kalaepohaku is the name of the hill which Chaminade University and Saint Louis School calls home.