University of Hawaii Foundation
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COVID-19: We're All In This Together
Urgent Student Relief Fund
Many UH students are experiencing extreme distress and disruption in their finances, housing and studies due to the COVID-19 crisis. Please support our students as they strive to continue their education during this challenging time. Your gift will provide critical support for students facing financial pressures and unexpected expenses.
Research To Saves Lives
UH researchers at the John A. Burns School of Medicine are working fervently to detect, prevent and cure COVID-19 and other infectious diseases. They are working toward a COVID-19 vaccine and developing processes for COVID-19 screening and tracing in the islands and abroad. Your support can fuel rapid progress in this area.
Student Relief by the numbers
As of 06/18/2020
As of 06/18/2020
How Students Are Coping
Even with my past behind me UH Maui College gives me opportunity, but now it's on hold.
It is truly a life saver to have received these funds in this time of need. The use of these funds will go directly back into my education and will help out…
Recent Impact Stories
Looking back, Kitajima thinks if you would have asked people right after high school if they thought he’d make it to where he is now, they would have said…
Almost 1000 students are also participating in free Next Step: Career Exploration UH Community Colleges summer onramp courses. These online courses help…
New Rule For Itemized Deductions
Did you know the recently passed stimulus bill – the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act – provides new allowances for donors to deduct their gifts to public charities against their 2020 adjusted gross income? It also relaxes existing limits on itemized deductions, including gifts to public charities. To learn more, consult your financial advisor or the Congressional record of the CARES Act.