Members will have the privilege of wearing the uniform of The Guard and will participate in an array of functions from escorting a community leader one day, to conducting protocols at Hawaiʻi's first Royal Mausoleum.
Applicants must first be screened through a background check. (View Application page here) Following successful screening, applicants or "boot's" will need to complete basic training. (View Training Requirements for more information) Upon completion of basic training, you will become a Member of The Royal Hawaiian Guard and will be awarded uniforms, ranks, medals, and citations accordingly.
Volunteers form the body of The Guard. With support from our volunteers we are able to meet our mission statement of Community Enhancement.
Volunteer work ranges from restoration projects such as stream, taro fields, and heiau; to working with youth in confidence and team building activities; to working in the community and conducting special events such as the Lāhainā Royal Hōʻike, Lā Hae Hawaiʻi, and Hawaiʻi Drill Experience.
Volunteers will be provided official volunteer shirt, documented hours of community service, and a letter of appreciation for their time.