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There are many impactful ways you can support our vibrant NCAA Division I-A Top 50 national program. 

Join us and help secure UH Rainbow Warriors and Rainbow Wahines’ success now and for years to come.


General Accounts


Student-athlete scholarship support.




Fund for athletic excellence supporting the Athletic department's greatest needs.





Supporting program and development of Women's Athletics.




Promoting fellowship amongst letterwinners and encouraging loyalty, service and pride in the Univerity.



Ways to Give

  • Cash gifts include checks, drafts, and money orders.
  • Make a secure, tax-deductible gift
  • Payroll Deductions - University of Hawaiʻi employees may make gifts via payroll deductions. Download the salary assignment form and send completed forms to:
    The UH Foundation, PO Box 11270, Honolulu, HI 96828-0270, Attn: Data Processing.
  • Matching Gifts - Many employers will match your gift to UH. If your company has a matching gift policy, please contact your Human Resources department to obtain your matching gift form.
  • Almost any marketable real estate (home, vacation property, land, rental property, other real estate) may be gifted, provided the property is unencumbered. A gift of real estate may entitle you to a charitable deduction of the full fair market value of the property. For gifts of long-term, appreciated real estate the deduction limit is 30% of adjusted gross income with a five-year carry-over period for the excess. You can also bypass capital gains tax on the property.
  • The donation of stocks and bonds are an effective way to support our student-athletes and athletic programs. Long-term, appreciated securities are those you've owned for more than one year and have increased in value. Such a gift would entitle you to a federal income tax deduction for the full fair market value of the securities on the date of the gift, up to a maximum deduction of 30% of your adjusted gross income for the year if you itemize deductions. Short-term securities are those you’ve held for less than one year. If you itemize, you will be entitled to a federal income tax deduction for only the purchase price of the securities. Depreciated securities are those that have declined in value since you bought them. To gain maximum tax benefits from the gift, it is normally recommended that the donor sell these, take the tax loss, and donate the cash proceeds.

If you would like to learn more, please contact:

Kimo Kai
Associate Athletics Director – Philanthropic Partnerships

UH Foundation Central Offices
Phone: (808) 956-4322
Fax: (808) 956-5115

Mahalo from the Student Athletes