Maui, Mar 1-8RC of Kihei-Wailea, online auction for local and global programs. We will coordinate local pick-up/delivery with winning bidders. Unfortunately, shipping is not available. Gift certificates can be mailed. Go to for more info.  CLICK HERE to bid
Oahu, Mar 4, 8:30am-Noon. Volunteers needed for RC of Downtown Honolulu's service project at Ke‘elikōlani Middle School, 1302 Queen Emma St, Honolulu, HI 96813. The purpose of the effort was to prepare the interior walls of the building for future murals to be created on them by a local artist.  Contact:  Nathan Kam, +1 808 741 2763,
Maui, Mar 1-31.  RC of Kihei-Wailea. Food Drive for the Maui Food Bank in honor or Mark Harbison. Drop off donations to any Maui Coldwell Banker Office. In partnership with the Coldwell Banker Island Prop Foundation, this food drive honors Mark Harbison, our late friend, peer and president of the Maui Foodbank for 10 years.  For this community outreach initiative for the Maui Food Bank, all donations (food and monetary) made in Mark's name.
Hawaii East, Mar 4 and Apr 22, 1-4pm. RC or Pahoa Sunset, South Hilo and Hilo at Kua O Ka La Charter School, 345 Makalika St, Hilo. Genki Hou! Genki Ball making for the toss on April 22.  Contact Susie Osborne at  808 640-3439,
Hawaii East, Mar 5, 2-24pm. Girls Empowerment Ladies Tea at Arc in Hilo, 1099 Waianuenue Ave, Hilo. Calling all women and girls. Join Hawai’i Rotary and hear from local, inspirational speakers to learn how to have your voice, as a girl or woman heard. Please bring feminine hygiene products for an upcoming service project. Contact Hawai’i Island GEI Representative, Connie Ichinose for questions (  Attendance: $15 per person - RSVP below and pay at the door:  CLICK HERE to register
Celebrate International Women's Day 2023 with Rotary.  Mar 8 to 13.  Virtual, multi-day sessions to raise awareness about the barriers that women around the world face as professional and local leaders and to build a supportive community to take collective action for change.  Bonus Daily Content: You will receive additional content with interviews, insights, and opportunities to connect with other attendees on these topics: March 10: The Burnout Epidemic: If You Are Tired, You Are Not Alone; March 11: Embracing Empathetic Leadership: Promoting a Life-Life Balance; March 12: Building Truly Inclusive Cultures: Changing Systems or Changing Behavior?; March 13: Unpacking Your Leadership Toolkit: The Courage to Lead.  CLICK HERE for more info and register
Oahu, Mar 18, 10am-4pm drop off, Mar 19, 10am-4pm. Rummage Sale Fundraiser. RC of West Pearl Harbor. Waipahu High School Cafeteria, 94-1211 Farrington Hwy, Waipahu. Fundraiser to benefit scholarships for Waipahu High School students and community service projects.
Oahu, Mar 18, 6:30-8:30am, RC of Kapolei Sunset.  Adopt-A-Highway. Help us clean our aina!  Volunteers ages 18 and up are welcome to join us.  We pick up trash along Farrington Highway between Kapolei Commons and Ko Olina.  Meet at the turn out on the mauka side of Farrington Highway just before Kamokila Community Park.  Wear gloves, protective clothing and sunscreen. Vests and thrash bags provided. We go out for breakfast afterwards for some fun relaxation and fellowship. Tes Banagan,, 925-980-7041. RCKS website:
Oahu, Mar 18, 9-11:30am, Eco Rotary Club of Kakaako.  Tree planting at Gunstock Ranch, Kahuku.
Oahu, Mar 25, 9-11am, RC of Kapolei Sunset.  Ho'ola Na Pua Project. Ho'ola Na Pua (New Life for Our Children) was founded to shine light on the dark criminal enterprise of sex trafficking, placing the health of Hawaii's youth at the center of their mission and vision for our community.  Rotary is one of HNP's partners.  We will be painting benches, presenting a check to HNP and getting a tour of Pearl Haven.  Funds will be used for a STEM teacher.  We will work from 9:00-11:00AM, present the check, go on the tour, and then go to lunch about 12:00PM. To learn more about Ho'ola Na Pua, go to their website:
Oahu, Apr 15, 8-11am, RC of West Honolulu joins DOE for the 33rd Annual Texaco Honolulu District Elementary Speech Festival at Kaimuki High School. Our club has participated for many years as judges and it is fun to hear these students do their speeches.  If you would like to volunteer to be a judge, the link to sign up is: 
Oahu, April 16, 11:30am-12:30pm. Recyclable Drive and Book Drive at Mililani Mauka Elementary School. The Youth Leadership Celebration participants will be collecting recyclables to raise funds for the Sustainable Coastlines.