Go All the Way for Aloha United Way

Donations help AUW help the community

  • 27 September 2019
  • Author: Frederika Bain
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Go All the Way for Aloha United Way

UH System is holding another Aloha United Way fundraiser, now with delicious and flavorful popcorn! Two blends are available at $5 each: Volcano (butter, furikake, and mochi crunch) and Iniki (butter, furikake, and sour cream and onion).The deadline to order and pay (cash only) is noon on Monday, September 30. Pickup will be on Friday, October 11, at 9 a.m. in Gilmore 203.Please see Lynn Takahara if you want to get some. Quantities are limited, so act fast!

Each bag purchased will raise $2.50 for Aloha United Way. Mahalo for your support!

You can also help to touch lives, restore hope and build a healthier and stronger community by donating to AUW directly. The university’s 2019 O‘ahu Aloha United Way campaign runs through October 11.

For 100 years, Aloha United Way has raised funds for O‘ahu’s non-profit organizations. Donations help critical community service organizations assist more than 500,000 individuals in Hawai‘i, in areas from education to poverty prevention.

UH has been a strong partner to AUW for many years and hopes to continue this tradition—the goal for 2019 is $255,000, and your support is necessary to help reach it! If you need help in using the pledge website, please visit here for instructions on how to donate. You can also obtain paper pledge forms from your campus coordinators, or from here. Check here if you have any questions, and mahalo to those who have already donated!


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