Name Your Athletics Legacy at UH Mānoa

Take the Volleyball Program to New Heights

H LogoAre you passionate about UH athletics? Do you have a favorite program that you want to see reach new heights? We invite you to support the sport programs at UH Mānoa and help our teams go for gold.

We have a range of exciting donor recognition naming opportunities. These give us an ongoing opportunity to publicly thank you or your business, or someone you’d like to honor.

Volleyball Players’ Lounges

Be a part of UH volleyball history:
Hawai‘i has an enduring passion for UH volleyball.

  • The program has won four national championships;
  • The program has produced Olympians, All-Americans and five individuals named national player of the year;
  • Since 1997, the Rainbow Wahine have led the nation in home game attendance, with a cumulative average of more than 6,800 fans per match.

Donor recognition naming opportunities available for:

  • Men’s Volleyball Players’ Lounge
  • Wahine Volleyball Players’ Lounge

Every gift makes a difference

Your gift will help enhance UH’s winning tradition, both on and off the field, for our student-athletes, stakeholders and fans.

Raising private support and putting donors’ dollars to hard work is part of an aggressive strategy to refocus and transform the department. 

About Stan Sheriff Center

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The Stan Sheriff Center is a 10,300-seat multi-purpose arena built in 1994. It has been 20 years since the four arena sport locker rooms have been remodeled or upgraded to allow them to compete in Division I sports. Improvements are long overdue. Your gift can help us make these upgrades and better serve our student-athletes and community.

Additional donor recognition opportunities include:

  • Men’s and Wahine Basketball Players’ Lounge
  • Depending on your wishes and objectives, other naming opportunities available
     

For more information, contact:

Kimo KaiKimo Kai
Associate Athletics Director, Philanthropic Partnerships
UH Foundation
808-956-4322
kimo.kai@uhfoundation.org
For Our University, Our Hawai‘i, Our Future