Volunteer

Aloha Shirts, Volunteers Still Needed, and Book Of HURT

Alohashirt

Aloha Everyone,

One more week until HURT100! We are asking for a few kokua items.

  1. We need about 30 old aloha shirts to be donated to the cause, for our virgin HURT finishers. Shirts can have holes, be ugly, or whatever, just clean. Contact PJ by email using hurtpals[at]aol.com, or 808-366-2136.
  2. We have a few more volunteers slots at Pirates of Paradise and Tiki Lounge aid stations. Please spread the word if can.
  3. This is a good time to review the Book of HURT 2019. Don't wait until the last moment. Whether you are participating, crewing, or volunteering, the Book of HURT is a good resource for event rules, schedule, and general information. And if you are not able to find information you need in the book, please contact us.

See you all soon.


Last Call For Trail Maintenance, 12/30

Aloha all!
 
Our final trail kokua day is on Sunday, 12/30. Please meet at 7:30am in the Nature Center picnic area (bathrooms). Be advised that parking is limited up along the access road between the residential homes and the Na Ala Hele (NAH) base yard. While NAH will provide tools for us to use, please feel free to bring your own personal favorite implement.
 
We will carpool up to the Kalawahine trail head to widen as well as to clear overgrown vegetation along select areas of the trail. The plan is to work until 12:30pm, returning to the Nature Center by 1pm.
 
Weather and trail conditions are variable this time of year so plan to wear appropriate clothing that will provide adequate comfort and protection. Pants, long sleeves & closed toe shoes are highly recommended. Please also bring your own supply of water to drink. At least 2 liters are recommended. Feel free to also bring some snacks.
 
If there are any questions, please contact us.
 
Mahalo for your support!
John, Freddy, and Jeff

Last Call for Volunteers and Bitnut!

Aloha everyone,

HURT100 has adopted the latest Ultrachain technology and is offering Bitnut as its Kukuicurrency. You can mine for Bitnut by volunteering at the following locations below.  Please kokua and share this post with your friends and family.

 

1.) Coconut Aid Station HURT100-CoconutAS
(headed by Michael Arnstein) Michael needs help transporting coconuts on Thursday or Friday (1/11 or 1/12). Click here to contact him directly.

 

 

2.) Paradise Park in Manoa Volunteer-pp
(headed by Captain Marian Yasuda)
Click on the image for the signup form.
Located near:
3737 Manoa Rd
Honolulu, HI 96822

   

3.) Nu'uanu near Jackass Ginger Volunteer-jag
(headed by Captain Freddy Halmes)
Click on the image for the signup form.
Located near:
4022 Nuuanu Pali Dr
Honolulu, HI 96817

 


HURT100 Needs You!

HURT100-Shenanigans
Join in and be a part of the the HURT100 Endurance Run on January 13-14, 2018, as a volunteer. You can choose to work at one of the 3 aid stations which are located in

1.) Hawaii Nature Center in Makiki Volunteer-hnc
(headed by Captain PJ Salmonson)
Click on the image for the signup info.
Location:
2131 Makiki Heights Dr
Honolulu, HI 96822 

  

2.) Paradise Park in Manoa Volunteer-pp
(headed by Captain Marian Yasuda)
Click on the image for the signup form.
Located near:
3737 Manoa Rd
Honolulu, HI 96822

   

3.) and Nu'uanu near Jackass Ginger Volunteer-jag
(headed by Captain Freddy Halmes)
Click on the image for the signup form.
Located near:
4022 Nuuanu Pali Dr
Honolulu, HI 96817

Work shifts range in duration from 6 to 8 hours each. There are many different duties and you may request a specific role if that matters to you. You are strongly encouraged to bring your best attitude to support the 125 runners while having a fantastic and fun experience. 

4.) Trail Marking - If you know the HURT100 course and have experience marking the trails with us before, you can join the Facebook group for volunteer opportunities.