Who Gives

“Mr. Tiger Balm” Gives to School of Social Work

Kenneth Yeung of POP’s Foundation donated $50,000 to support his alma mater, the UH Mānoa Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work. A room in Gartley Hall is being named for his orphanage in China.
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Giving Opportunity

Adopt a Student, Transform a Life

The Wai‘ale‘ale Project encourages and finances non-college bound high school students and adults to attend, and successfully complete, their first year of college. Learn how you can adopt a student!
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Campus Gift

First UH Hilo Scholarship for Wildlife Preservation

The W. T. Yoshimoto Foundation Charitable Trust gave $275,000 to establish an endowed scholarship to help with the conservation and preservation of wildlife habitats and large land mammals.
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Funds Raised for UH in 2015:

$129,072,952

Funds Raised by Source

Alumni $82,666,008
Other Individuals $20,443,913
Corporations $12,012,156
Foundations $9,262,942
Faculty & Staff $2,599,796
Other $1,777,540
Parents $294,208
Students $16,388

Funds Raised by Purpose

Student Aid $40,888,715
Faculty & Academic Support $33,980,265
Chairs & Professorship $25,375,128
Research $9,914,566
Special Programs $6,562,073
Athletic Programs $5,882,017
Program Enrichment $2,025,341
Other $1,646,018
Public Service & Extension $1,615,889
Property, Buildings & Equipment $713,314
Libraries $469,626

Ways to Support Our University

There are so many ways to give to the University of Hawai‘i. Every gift counts, no matter how small!
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For Our University, Our Hawai‘i, Our Future