Our donors are our partners. That's why the University of Hawaiʻi Foundation endorses the Donor Bill of Rights developed by the American Association of Fundraising Counsel (AAFRC), the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), the Council for Advancement and Support of Educations (CASE), and the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
In the Guide for Giving, we offer a variety of ways to give that may be beneficial to our donors as well as UH. We also highlight current fundraising needs that donors may wish to consider as they make their philanthropic plans.
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.
In the spirit of our mission to connect our donors' passions with the University’s aspirations, do you have a passion for any of these projects that our university aspires to achieve?
The Office of Corporate & Foundation Relations raises funds from corporations and private foundation for faculty research, academic excellence, and community outreach.
Charitable estate and income tax planning is an exciting way to fulfill philanthropic goals, because such a gift can provide support to the University of Hawaiʻi and multiple financial and tax benefits to a donor and his or her family.
At the University of Hawaiʻi, we are committed to a vision where students attend the college of their choice based not on their ability to pay, but on their ability to succeed in the classroom.
View and download University of Hawaiʻi Foundation general information, audited financial statements, annual endowment reports, annual financial report and IRS Form 990's.
Here are answers to frequently asked questions about the University of Hawaiʻi Foundation.
Contact information for the University of Hawaiʻi Foundation.