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.
SOEST’s excellence in research, innovation, education and community outreach is made possible by the sustained commitment of donors like you.
Donors like you are key partners in the UH Institute for Astronomy’s stellar trajectory and will continue to be a crucial resource in helping IfA reach new heights.
Help protect the UH Mānoa Historic Costume Collection, which has 18,000 historic and authentic textiles, garments, accessories, home-furnishing fabrics and more.
An education at UH represents hope for students on its 10 campuses statewide. They all share the dream of gaining the skills and knowledge they need to thrive.
Anela Kapaka-Rhoades has established a scholarship in honor of her mother, LaFrance Kapaka-Arboleda, to support Kaua‘i Community College students facing challenges.
UH Mānoa libraries are knowledge portals for our university community. Help us keep enhancing access to a tremendous amount and variety of information.
Support UH’s Waikīkī Aquarium in its mission to educate its visitors and help conserve the rich marine life of Hawai‘i and the tropical Pacific.
Kal Warrington Silvert had physical limitations that required him to use a wheelchair, but never let it get in his way. Honor Kal’s life by helping other students succeed.
Prof. Robert Grace retired after spending more than 45 years in the College of Engineering. Join former students and friends in honoring his service to UH.
Charismatic professor, inspiring director, actor extraordinaire... These are just a few words that describe Glenn Cannon, the long-time UH faculty member and union actor who passed away on April 20, 2013.
Windward CC Palikū Theatre’s ticket sales generate only 40 percent of its annual budget revenue. Corporate and private support is needed to make up the difference.
Having the means to purchase textbooks and materials by the first day of class helps keep Honolulu Community College students enrolled and on track toward a degree.