Each month, HandsOn Maui is spotlighting one of our partner agencies. This month, we are pleased to spotlight Grow Some Good, and share their success story:
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Building community connections is the key to improving your community and enhancing your organization’s ability to do so. Unlock your volunteer leader potential in this half-day training.
Volunteer Hero Jim Porowski has helped to maintain the Hāli’imaile Community Garden’s Goodwill Gardens since September, 2014.
The most recently added or updated volunteer opportunities appear at the top of the Opportunities page in GetConnected, so the more you update your needs, the more likely it is that volunteers will take notice.
Each opportunity on your GetConnected profile should be tagged with appropriate Interests to ensure volunteers are connecting with your organization.
By diversifying the opportunities you post on GetConnected, you increase the likelihood that an individual will see and be interested in your organization and volunteer opportunities.
Baby Boomers are beginning to retire, but what should they do with their new free time? Here are some very good reasons why Baby Boomers should volunteer.
Skills-based volunteering for college students provides real-world experience while also making the world a better place.
Jeannie Brew has made a big impact on the West Maui Kupuna she cares for since signing up to be a volunteer with Na Hoaloha over 6 years ago.