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Corey Correa, Landmark Logistics, Randall Holcombe, UH Cancer Center, and Shirley and Drew Santos, Admor HVAC Products Inc.
CoolingCancer

Since 2013, CoolingCancer has donated more than $300,000 to combat cancer.

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Sisters of Wakaba Kai Strengthen Ties
October 25, 2019

Friends for Life

Audrey Lee (Endo) (MA ’82, Mānoa) was among potential pledges in the tranquil Japanese Tea Garden at Queen Emma Gardens in 1974, when members of the Wakaba Kai sorority lifted their voices to welcome them in song. “My heart was captivated by the true friendship they offered us, if we chose to pledge,” she recalls. “Little did I know or even comprehend how this college experience would create a lifelong opportunity to know friends I had never met before, and some I have yet to meet today.”

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Bernadette Pada
Fighting for a Better Life
October 21, 2019

Now in her last semester before transferring to UH Mānoa, she credits the program’s donors for allowing her to continue her education.  “It wouldn’t be possible if not for supporters of this program.”

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Kapi‘olani Community College Chancellor Dr. Louise Pagotto
Beyond the Books
October 16, 2019

There’s so much to learn. When you travel to a new place, all the things that you’ve studied become real.

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UH Foundation Hires Douglass, Promotes Mordasini and Horioka
UH Foundation Hires Douglass, Promotes Mordasini and Horioka

The University of Hawai‘i Foundation,  the nonprofit organization that raises private funds to support students, programs and research on all 10 UH campuses, is happy to announce that Dani Douglass has joined the team, and Bianca Mordasini and Nina Horioka have been promoted.

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Former Hawaii Executive Bob Clarke establishes $100,000 scholarship endowment at Shidler

Former Hawaiian Electric Industries (HEI) executive Robert Clarke and his wife Edwina have donated $100,000 to fund a scholarship endowment for first-year students accepted into the Shidler College of Business Direct Admit Program (DAP).

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