Welcome to the Rotary D5000 Community Service Projects Bulletin Board!
To share your projects on this page, complete this form (CLICK HERE)
or email District Community Service Chair Wally Wong at:  wally@vitalityforlife.com
To register volunteers, you can use www.signupgenius.com; Doodle.com; ClubRunner Registration, Volunteer or MyEventRunner modules.
Kauai, Sept 10, 
 
Maui Donate by 9/15/22, Kihei-Wailea’s School Supplies Drive. Local teachers and students need your help!  Cash donations allow us to purchase teacher-requested supplies. But if you prefer to shop, physical donations are also appreciated. Please make checks payable to:  Rotary Club of Kihei-Wailea, PO Box 175, Kihei, HI  96753. Memo: School Supplies Drive. Contact: Jay Satenstein at:  Jaysatenstein@gmail.com
 
Oahu, Sept 17, 6:30-8:30am, RC of Kapolei Sunset.  Adopt-A-Highway clean up between Kapolei and Ko Olina with fellowship breakfast afterwards at Kalapawai Cafe in Kapolei. See flyer. Lani Bergstrom, bergstroms@aol.com, 808-780-8624
 
Oahu, Sept 17, 9am -Noon, RC of Metro.  Volunteers with carpentry skills, bring tools, drills, circular and hand saws, etc to repair staircases at the 1096 Young St Gregory House location. See document for details
 
Oahu, Sept 23 & 24, 10am-4pm RC of East Honolulu Supporting the Friends of Aina Haina Library Book Sale. Contact Jamie Apuna jamieapuna@gmail.com (808) 222-6393. See flyer
 
Oahu Sept 24, 8am - 1pm.  Decorate 1,000 heroes' graves with flowers for the 100th Battalion Club for their 80th anniversary of the formation of the 100th Battalion. Questions can be directed to Rick Tabor, Rotary Club of Honolulu; rtabor12@twc.com
 
Oahu Sept 24, 8 - 11:30 AM at Ala Mahamoe Restoration Site, Clear/water plants and seed collection. Contact Jenny Do, jennydo2016@gmail.com
 
Ongoing: Donate blood to the Blood Bank of Hawaii, Group code : 3010, Eco Rotary.  Each day, 200 donors are needed. 
 
Ongoing: The Rotary Club of Honolulu is teaming with Miracle Ear Foundation’s Gift of Sound™ program, which provides free hearing aids to those that qualify. The application fee is $150, which includes a hearing assessment, hearing aid fittings and follow-up adjustments. While supplies last, the Rotary Club of Honolulu will assist those who cannot afford the $150 application fee through its Can You Hear Us Now? program.  Rotary Gift of Sound https://generations808.com/gift-of-sound-free-hearing-aid-program/
 
 
Here are best practice tips for projects or events
 
• Join together Rotary, Rotaract, or Interact clubs for a larger, impactful project in your country  
• Align with one or more of Rotary’s areas of focus.
• Promote it using a media platform (such as Facebook, Twitter, or a local newspaper) to raise interest. 
• Attract non- Rotary members
Don't forget to add your project to Rotary Club Central and Rotary Showcase!