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Donor Relations

The Office of Donor Relations is responsible for managing the UH Foundation's stewardship activities and representing the interests of major donors to all 10 campuses of the University of Hawaiʻi. The Office of Donor Relations works with UH Foundation central and unit-based development officers and university personnel to ensure that donors are engaged in the life of the university, thanked in appropriate, distinctive, visible and memorable ways, and are informed about how their gifts are being used.

Our donors are family. We strive to nurture and build lasting relationships between UH and those who support the University with private gifts by keeping donors informed and involved. As an advocate for donors' interests, the University of Hawaiʻi Foundation fosters and encourages private support by:

  • Acknowledging contributions in a timely, accurate and appropriate manner;
  • Recognizing donors in meaningful ways; and,
  • Reporting to donors in a timely, consistent and accurate manner on the use, impact and financial management of their gifts.

If you have any questions, please contact:

  • Donor Recognition Societies

    Donor Recognition Societies

    Our donor recognition societies exist to honor and thank the visionary philanthropists who have invested in our collective future. 


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  • Events


    Events give donors an opportunity to meet the students, faculty, and administrators who are benefitting from their contributions. From songwriter's conferences to scholarship dinners, events give donors opportunities to experience the many facets of excellence found on UH campuses and through UH programs. 

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