2015 Endowment Report
Be inspired by the impact the Weinmans, the Leis family and the Hilo High School Class of 1940 are making in cancer research, students’ lives and sustainability. Learn how the UHF endowment performed, and how it is supporting UH programs.
Academy for Creative Media
Former UH Regent Roy and Hilda Takeyama are supporting future filmmakers and creative media maestros
Lasting Gift to Music
UH Board of Regents Chair Randolph Moore and his wife Dr. Lynne Johnson established an endowment that brings music to our ears.
Information Technology Services
UH President David Lassner has built on his IT legacy at UH with a gift to support the UH System’s Information Technology Services. Read why this is important for Hawai‘i’s safety and UH education statewide.
Leaders in Philanthropy
Rebecca Smith and Tom Tseng are joining the UHF executive team. They bring great depth of experience after serving in leadership roles during successful billion-dollar fundraising campaigns at some of the best universities in the country.
The Andrew and Mary Weinberg Foundation is supporting research-related activities in cancer immunotherapy, which is among the most promising new therapies for treating cancer.
Lillian S. Hatate Scholarship
Dana and David Matlin honored Dana’s mother through a scholarship. Many people remember Lillian Hatate from her many years as a public school teacher, encouraging young people to strive for their dreams.
The premiere event of the new UH Mānoa Partnership for the Arts, titled “THE ABSTRACT,” was an eye-opening view of the treasure trove of talent at UH.
With help from Kaiser Permanente and HICORE, students and faculty at Kāne‘ohe Elementary School are drinking up the benefits of the best sugar-free beverage: water.
This fall, several community colleges and the UH Foundation honored donors, scholarship recipients, and retirees. See photo galleries for the Kapi‘olani CC Scholarship Dinner, the Hawai‘i CC Donor & Retiree Celebration, the Honolulu CC Donor Appreciation Event, and more.
Roll Over! Good IRA!
Congress is expected to pass new charitable rollover legislation by the end of year. If you are aged 70½ or older, you may benefit from this unique opportunity to make a tax-free gift to UH for 2015 from your IRA. For more information contact us.