Here are current fundraising needs to consider as you make your philanthropic plans. There are many more that are not highlighted here. If you are interested in a particular area of study or project, please contact us and we will help you determine if there is a match between your passions and interests with the university’s aspirations.
Help friends and colleagues honor Dr. Dan Wedemeyer, who taught at the UHM School of Communications for 30+ years, by contributing to his graduate teaching award.
Remember retired UH lecturer Tom Carpenter, and support Outreach College Community Programs that enrich our communities with cultural and educational events.
At the Renewable Energy and Island Sustainability Center, students and faculty from eight UHM colleges study, research, and innovate solutions for our island’s energy future.
Exciting research is underway at the Center for Cardiovascular Research (CCR) at UH Mānoa’s John A. Burns School of Medicine.
The George A. L. Yuen Engineering Scholarship Endowment supports seniors in the UH Mānoa College of Engineering who are McKinley High School graduates.
After CTAHR’s Waimānalo Research Station classroom collapsed in a 2011 storm, it only received funds to build the base and columns of a new learning space.
The UH Mānoa School of Architecture needs your help to support students with scholarships, maintain its accreditation and conduct sustainability research.
Since enrolling the first class of student pharmacists in 2007, the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy has met or exceeded all expectations. Help us keep growing!
The people who benefit from social work are our ‘ohana and neighbors. Your support helps students learn to address the needs of people facing vulnerable times in their lives.
The state-of-the-art UH Information Technology Center houses information and communication technology systems and services that support all ten UH campuses.
Help the UH Mānoa School of Nursing & Dental Hygiene (SONDH) meet the demand for its programs, which currently outstrips its ability to accept all qualified applicants.
The College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources teaches students to foster viable communities, a diversified economy, and a healthy environment.