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2019 Ulu Hana: Pewa Awards

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED!

MAHALO FOR YOUR SUPPORT

Questions? Please call 808-595-5290





Partners in Development Foundation is proud to celebrate the 2nd Annual

Ulu Hana

Friday, April 12, 2019
5:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Mānoa Grand Ballroom, Japanese Cultural Center

From early education in preschools to family education programs for those at risk and the homeless, to foster family recruitment and training, teacher support, and mentoring, Partners in Development Foundation (PIDF) has been privileged to be part of helping thousands of families achieve transformational change for themselves and their communities. 

As PIDF strives for impactful change, help us mahalo our Pewa awardees and heroes – Earl Kawaʻa, Antoinette "Toni" Lee, Craig Takamine - for their dedicated resilience and undying commitment to the families in the communities they serve.

We would like to request your generous support as a table sponsor for Ulu Hana 2019.  Your support will continue to allow us to help families and communities overcome difficult challenges. Event sponsorships include 10 tickets and recognition in the communications material before, during and after the event:

 

  Pīkake Sponsorship                $7,500 per table

  Puakenikeni Sponorship         $5,000 per table

  Plumeria Sponorship              $3,000 per table

Individual Ticket                      $300 per ticket

If you would like to donate an auction or raffle item, please click here to fill out the form. For more information contact Keala O’Sullivan at [email protected] or call 808-342-0796. We look forward to seeing you there and mahalo for your consideration!



Ulu Hana Committee Members


Kimo Todd, Todd & Seabolt, Co-Chair

Kaulana H.R. Park, Rider Lebett Bucknall, Co-Chair

Michelle Bartell, American Savings Bank

Rachel Cunningham, Central Pacific Bank

Jason Fujimoto, HPM Building Supply

Carol Higa, Hawaii State Federal Credit Union

Patrick Klein, Star Advertiser

Oswald Stender

Nico Verissimo, University of Hawaii Foundation

 

PIDF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity that inspires and equips families and communities for success and service, using timeless Native Hawaiian values and traditions.

 


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