Volunteer Opportunites with Us | Maui Ocean Center

Volunteer Opportunities

Be a part of our community

Volunteer on beach cleanups and more! The team at the Maui Ocean Center is dedicated to fostering understanding wonder, and respect for Hawai‘i’s marine life. Our desire is to partner with other like-minded individuals who wish to help restore and protect our marine environment.

 

HELP SAVE MARINE ANIMALS AND ENSURE A HEALTHY OCEAN FOR OUR FUTURE GENERATIONS.

MOC Marine Institute’s Honu Hero Beach Cleanup Program allows residents and visitors to Maui to take a hands-on approach to protect our marine environments while enjoying time with their family and friends.

How do you participate?

1. Pick up your beach cleanup kit
Beach cleanup kits include a bucket or reusable bag for debris along with a datasheet, clipboard, pencils, and gloves. Beach cleanup kits are available for pickup between 10 am and 2 pm, 7 days/week. please make arrangements here.

2. Select a beach to clean and have fun! You can dedicate as much time, at any time

3. Return your cleanup kit and completed datasheet.
You will receive instructions on how to return your beach cleanup kit at time of pickup.

4. Post a picture on Instagram of your cleanup using #HonuHero to receive a Honu Hero sticker.

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