Assistance League of Hawaii
Mission Statement

Assistance League volunteers transforming the lives of children and adults through community programs.

Assistance League of Hawaii
Board of Directors

Mary Monohon, President
Mary Monohon, President

OFFICERS AND ELECTED CHAIRS

PRESIDENT
Mary Monohon

VICE PRESIDENT/MEMBERSHIP
Sheri Sunabe

SECRERTARY
Linda Tsark

TREASURER
Nancy Sparacino

EDUCATION
Cathy Young

FINANCE
Margie Van Swearingen

MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS
Gerri Migita

PHILANTHROPIC PROGRAMS
Bonnie Trustin

RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
Carol Jones

STRATEGIC PLANNING
Helen Ta’aufasau

THRIFT SHOP
Sharon Ehrhorn

APPOINTED PROGRAM CHAIRS

OPERATION SCHOOL BELL®
Laurelyn Berger

OPERATION WILDLIFE
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OUTREACH
Karen Kehoe

SHARE
Karen and Marty Kehoe

WE CARE
Jane Winslow

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Public Documents

Masks seem to be the new norm at our in-person meetings because of COVID-19. We are also doing ZOOM meetings.

Who We Are

Assistance League of Hawaii is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that puts caring and commitment into action through philanthropic programs in the State of Hawaii. Member volunteers are dedicated to ongoing support and a long-term presence in the community through hands-on involvement and innovative philanthropic programs.

Attempting to meet previously underserved needs, Assistance League of Hawaii supports six philanthropic programs.  These programs provide services to every age range in the community.

The Assistance League of Hawaii Thrift Shop is our main source of funding.  The shop is staffed and managed entirely by our member volunteers.  Donations are always welcome and are tax deductible.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS | APPOINTED CHAIRS | COMMUNITY ADVISORY COUNCIL

More than 40 member volunteers showed up at the various locations for 2020's successful Strategic Planning Evaluation Meetings held in March. An updated strategic plan has been drafted.

Our History

Assistance League of Hawaii received its charter in 1971. Since then, member volunteers have consistently provided quality service to the residents and children of the Hawaiian Islands.  During the 2017-2018 year, 103 members contributed nearly 23,000 hours to serve nearly 30,000 children and adults.

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National Assistance League Volunteers in Action