Alzheimer’s Association Aloha Chapter Kauai Program Office
Humberto Blanco | 808-245-3200 | HBlanco@alz.org
Help as an administrative/program organizer at a dementia clinic; support grant procurement, help in health fair booths, general administration, office support and data entry.
Alzheimer’s Association Oahu
Pamela Scott, Program Director | 808-591-2785 | email@example.com
Enjoy a team purpose: assist with office work, community outreach services and local health fairs.
Arthritis Foundation – Hawaii Branch
Maile Kawamura, Executive Director | 808-596-2900 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Various clerical and administrative positions.
Catholic Charities Hawaii (Honolulu)
Maureen Caracciolo | 808-527-4780
Be a friend: visits, companionship and escort services to homebound and elders.
Common Grace (Honolulu)
808-342-8326 | email@example.com
Share your company and friendship with a child in public school for one hour a week.
Hawaii SHIP (formerly the Sage PLUS Program) (Honolulu)
1-888-875-9229 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Everyone needs guidance. Available statewide are Medicare counseling and assistance, customer service specialists, community outreach specialists and special project assistants.
Kuakini Health System (Honolulu)
Brian Nagamine | 808-547-9184 | email@example.com
Assist with acute care, geriatric care services, clerical duties, information desk services, hospital tours, and gift shop/snack shop operations.
Lanakila Meals on Wheels
Ben Brown or Lenny Fabro | 808-356-8519 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Provide a link to the outside world. Become a shuttle driver and deliver meals to hubs across the island or serve as an on-call deliverer.
Leahi Hospital Thrift Shop (Honolulu)
Dianne Krajci | 808-225-6165 or 808-733-8091
Multi-talented? Help needed: sorting, pricing, displays, cashiering, and researching donated items.
Lunalilo Home (Honolulu)
808-395-1000 | email@example.com
Kupuna wisdom needed in all areas: Hawaiian culture, gardening, arts-and-crafts, hairstyling, administration. Learn to deliver “Namaste” and dementia care by “talking story” or just being a companion.
Manoa Cottage (Kaimuki)
Calvin M. Hara | 808-426-7852
Share your gift of friendship: one-on-one visits, arts and crafts, entertainment: music and programs.
Na Hoaloha (Maui)
808-249-2545 | www.nahoaloha.org
Looking for angels for homebound seniors to do transportation services, grocery and medical appointments; walks, talk story, light housekeeping and gardening. Be a visiting friend; give caregiver relief.
Palolo Chinese Home (Honolulu)
Get involved in senior day care, nursing home and care home activities and planned events. Help with fundraising, in-home companionship and chore services or delivering meals to seniors at home.
Project Dana (Honolulu)
808-945-3736 | www.projectdana.org
Giving your heart can mean a lot, provide services to frail seniors in Honolulu.
Seagull Schools, Inc. (Honolulu)
808-261-8534 | www.seagullschools.com
Lend a friendly hand as a teaching or staff assistant in classrooms, adult day center, the food service kitchen; light groundskeeping and/or cleaning tasks.
Senior Companion Program (Honolulu)
808-832-0342 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dynamic? Have a big heart? Share it with like-minded seniors, age 55 years and older. We match you with homebound seniors to provide companionship and emotional support. We believe in “home.”
St. Francis Healthcare System (Honolulu)
Maylynn Wong | 808-547-8138 | email@example.com
Be the comfort of companionship: hold a hand, use a computer, address envelopes, teach a craft, deliver medical supplies, make phone calls, sing & play music, record their memoirs, lend an ear and touch a heart.
The American National Red Cross, Hawaii Chapter (Honolulu)
808-734-2101 | www.redcross.org/volunteer/
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