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Posted on: April 20, 2020

Mayor Victorino proclaims National Volunteer Week in Maui County


Mayor Michael Victorino has proclaimed April 19 to 25 National Volunteer Week in Maui County.

Residents are highly encouraged to get involved in their community by visiting the County of Maui Volunteer Center’s website,, and registering as a volunteer.

“Our community has done an incredible job of volunteering to serve those in need as we combat COVID-19 in Maui County,” Mayor Victorino said. “Volunteer week reminds us of all the meaningful ways we can contribute during these trying times. I truly believe we live in the best county, and I want to mahalo everyone volunteering in our community.”

Hands On Maui provides a list of virtual and in-person volunteer opportunities that the public can start helping with immediately.

Click on the COVID-19 Response section in red to see a list of opportunities including:

  • Maui Face Mask Project
  • Feed My Sheep
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Maui
  • Grow Some Good
  • Love the Sea Food Donation sites on April 23 – 25
  • And many more.

For more information on COVID-19 in Maui County, visit


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