mahalo for your support

Happy Holidays! Hanahauoli is celebrating how lucky we are to have such a giving and sharing community!  This is why our school has thrived and has been unmatched in elementary education for 99 years! Just made available -- here's a way for sugar plum fairies to sweeten our Annual Fund pot! For the month of December only, PayPal will donate 3% of online giving back to Hanahauoli School. This is the time to give!

Hanahau‘oli appreciates each and every gift made to the school as tuition does not cover the full cost of educating each student. Gifts small and large make a transformative difference in school programming and operations. Giving is about school pride and it inspires a shared sense of belonging and broad support of the school. Giving also demonstrates our community spirit to create a vibrant culture of stewardship and caring for our school that will sustain its educational excellence well into the future.

Giving to Hanahau‘oli offers diverse ways to participate. Cash gifts, gifts of securities, named endowments, matching grant programs, scholarship aid, in-kind donations, legacy and planned gifts, volunteering and encouraging community support are thoughtful examples of giving that make a genuine difference. There are countless examples of parent, constituent, and community involvement and generosity that make Hanahau‘oli an exceptional place for children to learn and for teachers to teach.

Annual fund

Gifts to the Annual Fund support the operating needs of the school. These funds are distributed to all areas of the school to ensure a comprehensive and individualized education for each child.

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The Heritage Society

The Hanahau‘oli Heritage Society recognizes those special donors who have made planned or deferred gifts to the school.

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Endowment funds are of special importance for sustaining Hanahau‘oli and its mission and ensuring a progressive educational experience for future generations. 

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“Hanahau‘oli is a small school with a big heart.”
— Miley, current Kukunaokalā student