Every generation of volunteers has something to offer, and while non-profits should consider attracting volunteers of all ages, millennials in particular can revitalize a project and bring renewed energy to an organization’s mission.
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Rayo McPhee was one of the first Zumba fitness instructors here on Maui. She has dedicated herself to numerous volunteer events including running the annual Toys for Tots Zumbathon.
HandsOn Maui and the Hawaii Network of Volunteer Leaders (NOVL) is excited to announce “Fishing for the Right Volunteer,” a volunteer recruitment workshop.
Shantel Longboy, student volunteer with Best Buddies at Maui High for the past four years, serves as the Chapter President and has grown her school chapter by nearly 40 percent to more than 100 members.
After losing her youngest son in 1995, Frances Nelson turned to volunteering as a way to mend her heart and help others in need. Frances established Heaven Sent, a support group for bereaved parents.
Islands Hospice proudly unveiled the Kahului Hospice Home, the first inpatient hospice facility on Maui providing end-of-life care to terminally ill patients and support for their loved ones.