ALOHA GRANDMOTHERS CLUB OF HAWAI'I needs grandmothers to help in the cause of fighting children's diseases. 488-4144.
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY seeks volunteers to staff library and phone information line. Training provided. 595-7500, ext. 201 or 202.
american lung association of Hawai'i seeks volunteers for the 2001 Asthma Sports Day Camps, July 13-15 at Kapi'olani Community College. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 537-5966.
americorps center to end violence, a project of Volunteer Legal Services Hawai'i, seeks volunteers for its 2001-2002 program. Living allowances up to $9,300 and educational grants up to $4,725 are offered. Training is provided. Informational meeting July 30. 528-7048.
ANGELS ON WHEELS, a project of the American Cancer Society, needs drivers to take patients to and from medical appointments. Windward O'ahu: 262-5124. Leeward O'ahu: 486-8420. Honolulu: 595-7544.
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF HONOLULU seeks volunteers ages 17 and up; couples and seniors welcome; various positions. 521-3811.
CASTLE MEDICAL CENTER needs volunteers to help in the gift shop, information desk, pastoral care, physical therapy, emergency room, companion services, other areas. 263-5252.
CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICE seeks foster and adoptive parents for troubled children. 543-8402.
Coast Guard auxiliary district fourteen, the civilian volunteer component of the Coast Guard, seeks volunteers to become members of the auxiliary and to help educate the public on boating safety. Training provided. 541-2087.
Council for educational travel usa, a national, nonprofit educational and cultural organization, seeks host families to provide homestays for high school exchange students. E-mail email@example.com or call 533-4769.
FRIENDLY HOSPITAL VISITORS AND TALK STORY TIME FACILITATORS, state Health Department programs seek volunteers to spend time with adults with developmental disabilities and mental retardation. Six-month commitment required. 733-9191.
FRIENDS OF HANAUMA BAY seeks volunteers to give information to visitors of the bay on safe water activities. Shifts are four hours, once a week. 395-4242.
FRIENDS OF HE'EIA STATE PARK seeks volunteers to help beautify the park grounds on third and fourth Saturdays of each month. 247-3156.
FRIENDS OF 'IOLANI PALACE seeks docents, greeters and guardians. 522-0821.
FRIENDSHIP FORCE OF HONOLULU, a program that fosters world peace through cultural exchanges and homestays, seeks volunteers to take part in its international cultural exchange program. 262-0485 or 949-1295.
HAWAI'I CONVENTION CENTER seeks docents to encourage local community interest. 943-3500.
Honolulu Academy of Arts seeks docents to provide tours of the museum in the Japanese language. 532-3666.
HO'OMALUHIA BOTANICAL GARDEN needs volunteers to assist with fishing program, lead nature tours, help with garden security and distribute information at the visitor reception desk. 233-7323.
INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY CENTER seeks host families to provide homestays for high school exchange students. 521-3554.
JAPANESE CULTURAL CENTER OF HAWAII seeks long-term, on-call and seasonal volunteers for the following positions: gallery greeters and guides, historians, translators and interpreters, receptionists and more. Training provided. Visit www.jcch.com, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 945-7633.
KANE'OHE CELEBRATION: A DAY ON THE BAY, organizers of the July 21 event seek volunteers for the following positions: event set-up and clean-up crews; parking and traffic control workers; event information booth workers; stagehands and entertainment assistants; hospitality and volunteer room coordinators; and family activity and water sports assistants. 235-7747.
LANAKILA MEALS ON WHEELS seeks drivers to deliver meals to senior citizens. 531-0555.
LEGAL AID SOCIETY OF HAWAI'I seeks volunteers to serve as clerks, legal assistants, legal secretaries, paralegals and accountant assistants. 536-4302.
LIFE FOUNDATION seeks volunteers to help people with HIV/AIDS: client buddies, transportation aides, meals-program assistants, recreation assistants, child-care providers, receptionists and prevention volunteers. Training provided. Licensed hairstylists, acupuncturists and massage therapists also sought to volunteer services. 521-2437, ext. 239.
MISSION HOUSES MUSEUM seeks docents to conduct tours of the mission houses and print shop; needed mornings or afternoons Tuesdays through Saturdays. E-mail email@example.com or call 531-0481.
NATIONAL MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY needs volunteers for programs, services and clerical functions, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. 532-0811.
PROJECT KAKO'O seeks volunteers to provide home visits and assistance to parents with developmental disabilities raising infants and toddlers. Training provided. 955-7273.
RETIRED AND SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM seeks volunteers ages 55 and up to provide various services to nonprofit organizations and public service agencies. 536-6543.
RIVER OF LIFE MISSION seeks volunteers, primarily clerks and licensed drivers. 524-7656, ext. 228.
SUICIDE AND CRISIS CENTER seeks volunteers to staff 24-hour phone lines. Training provided. 521-4555.
SUNNY BUDDIES seeks volunteers to pair with people with mental retardation; ages 16 and up. 735-5031.
VISITOR ALOHA SOCIETY OF HAWAI'I seeks volunteers to spread the aloha spirit to visitors hurt by crime and adversity. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 926-8274.
WAIMANALO HEALTH CENTER seeks volunteers for various positions. 259-7948, ext. 137.
WORLD HERITAGE, a student exchange program, seeks local representatives to provide high school students from several countries with program support. Training provided. Visit www.world-heritage.org or call 1-888-386-7260.
YWCA OF O'AHU, LANIAKEA CENTER, seeks volunteers to staff Clothes Closet Store. 538-7061, ext. 223 or 235.
The Volunteers list runs on the first Sunday of each month. Send information to: Volunteers, 'Ohana Section, The Honolulu Advertiser, P.O. Box 3110, Honolulu, HI 96802, email@example.com or fax 535-8170.