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Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Hawai'i

Connecting RPCVs living in Hawai'i

RPCVHI MISSION STATEMENT

The Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Hawai’i (RPCVHI) are dedicated to continuing the spirit of Peace Corps. We volunteer our skills and knowledge, endeavoring to make a difference through community service. We share our rich cross-cultural experience to communicate positive imagery of people, cultures and countries. We gather to serve, have fun, and enjoy our shared experience.  RPCVHI accomplishes its mission through volunteer events, social functions, education, advocacy and networking. 

RPCVHI GOALS

   1. Advance the cause of volunteerism for the betterment of the world and the community.
   2. Facilitate opportunities for volunteerism in Hawai`i and the world.
   3. Engage RPCVs in Hawai’i in service and networking opportunities.
   4. Provide support to currently serving PC volunteers, especially those from Hawai’i. 

  • 2022 Ukrainian Church Clean up

    The office cleaning crew

  • 2022 Ukrainian church clean up - rugs

    Cleaning the rugs.....

  • 2022 peace Pole Hilo 01

    Rotary/PC Partnership Hilo Peace Pole Installation

  • Hilo: JFK Plaque reinstalled

  • 2022 Help Clean Ukrainian Church Oahu

    Cleaning up planter in front of church

  • ACTIVITY 2020 Nat'l Day of Service trash clean up

  • 2022 Hilo Peace Pole 02

    Rotary/Peace Corps Partnership Peace Pole Hilo Airport

  • Activity 2022: Restoration Work North Ponds

  • 2022 Help Clean Ukrainian Church Oahu

    Cleaning up planter in front of church

  • ACTIVITY: Speech Festival Moanalua HS

    Using a 2nd language in Peace Corps

  • Activity 2022: Restoration Work North Ponds

  • 2022 Hilo Peace Pole 02

    Rotary/Peace Corps Partnership Peace Pole Hilo Airport

  • 2022 pau hana

    Pau Hana 2022

  • Ukrainian Church - Waianae

    Ukrainian Church, St. Sophia, in Waianae.  Site of community clean up.

What We Do

The Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Hawai'i  (RPCVHI) connects  RPCVs living in Hawai'i through our website, ongoing activities, and Facebook page.  We offer opportunities to socialize and to participate in  local activities that align with Peace Corps' Third Goal- to bring the world home.

 

Connect

"Talk Story" with RPCVs in Hawai'i through monthly Pau Hanas on Honolulu side and/or Windward side.  Connect with other RPCVs at the annual picnic and the annual meeting.  Help raise funds for currently serving PCVs from the State of Hawai'i. 
 

Stay Updated

Monthly emails are sent to the RPCVHI contacts with information about activities and events for fellow RPCVs.  

Get Involved

Participate in community activities such as beach clean-ups, Earth Day events, and the Martin Luther King National Day of Service.  Become an RPCVHI Board Member. 

PC turns 60

Stay up to date with the latest updates from our group and the broader Peace Corps community.

Calendar of Events

Connect with the Peace Corps community at these upcoming events! 

  • Monthly Pau Hanas - Town side and Windward side
  • Annual RPCVHI Potluck and Business Meeting
  • Annual RPCVHI Picnic 
  • Oktoberfest Fundraiser