3 ANNUAL REPORT Letter from the President and Executive Director Aloha mai kākou, At birth, Pauahi s father, Abner Pākī, planted a tamarind sapling to signify the beginning of her life. The sapling flourished and grew into a tall and magnificent tree. Pauahi often sat with her people under this very tree listening to them and offering advice a strong indication of the life she lived and the love she held for her people. Today, with the unwavering support from our Kamehameha Schools alumni, friends and ohana, Pauahi s legacy of giving has grown big and strong like the tamarind tree that signified her life, her legacy. Despite a slowly recovering economy, our generous donors contributed over $400,000 towards life-changing educational opportunities for people of Hawaiian ancestry. At the core of our supporters is a proud and devoted group of Kamehameha Schools alumni who understand the benefits of Pauahi s legacy and chose to perpetuate that legacy for the benefit of Hawaiian people. In the fiscal year, the Foundation saw a 57% increase in alumni participation from the previous fiscal year. The Alumni Week Golf Tournament, in particular, raised over $20,000 for the Nā Koa Ho oulu scholarship. Kamehameha Schools staff and faculty continue to be constant contributors to our mission. Our Work Place Giving campaign generated over $30,000 of support for the Foundation. Kahiau, or to give generously from the heart, continues to be a focus for the Foundation with the Pennies for Pauahi program on Kamehameha Schools campuses. Originally started at our Kea au campus elementary school, the program has grown to include multiple grade levels and campuses. It is clear that the seeds of giving continue to grow within our young leaders. The Foundation s impact is solely the result of your dedication and support for what we do and stand for. We are graciously thankful for your kōkua, and ask for your continued support as we continue to grow Pauahi s legacy of giving just like the tamarind tree. Mahalo nui loa, Dee Jay Mailer KSK 70, President Kalei Stern KSK 89, Vice President and Executive Director P.02
4 PAUAHI S LEGACY CONTINUES TO GROW Scholarship Recipients Randy Wayne Ahuna Scholarship Tiana Over Christine Alicata Memorial Scholarship (KSK) Noelani Mikami John A. Awana Scholarship Emily Loscalzo Margaret & Allen Bailey Scholarship (KSK) Janna Pili Burkett, Sarah Kilinoe Requilman, Rychele Tacadena Edwin Mahiai Copp Beamer Scholarship Heidi Thomas Beamer Family Scholarships (KSK) Helen Desha Beamer Grant Zachary Lum Keola & Kapono Beamer Grant Jonah Solatorio, Kalima Watson Pono & Louise Beamer Grant Kody Kekoa, Nina Ki Winona Beamer Grant Kathalynn Benner Elizabeth Ku ulei Bell Moloka i Education Scholarship Jon Brito, Brent Nakihei Daisy Bell Memorial Scholarship (KSK) Noelani Mikami Jalene Kanani Bell Ohana Scholarship Haunani Nagel Gladys Kamakakūokalani Ainoa Brandt Scholarship Nanette Arsiga-Faurot, KaLena Cuevas, Ashlee Kalauli, Kawaipunikauikawekiu Lipe Charles P.K.M. Burrows/Hui Lama Scholarship (KSK) Not awarded for the , no eligible candidates Theone Chock Scholarship (KSK) Warren Walker Choy-Kee Ohana Scholarship Joshua Pu u Douglas K.K. Chung Memorial Scholarship (KSK) Ryan Ho Charles Cockett Ohana Scholarship Not offered for Desha-Mulholland Scholarship (Tri-campus) Whitney Minamishin (KSK), Breana Asuncion (KSM), Ashley DeGuzman-Hoomanawanui (KSH) Pop Diamond Scholarship (KSK) Jasmine Kaohelaulii Early Childhood Education/Literacy Fund E Maka ala Preschool, Haili Christian School, Ke Kula Kaikoholā, Kula Kamali i o Hi ikeakaikamālama, Pūnana Leo o Hilo Preschool
5 ANNUAL REPORT Scholarship Recipient Spotlight BRIAN TE O College: Chaminade University of Honolulu Field of Study: Education Scholarships: Myron & Laura Thompson and Inspirational Educator This Myron & Laura Thompson Scholarship honors the late Myron Pinky Thompson, former Kamehameha Schools Trustee and co-founder of Alu Like and Papa Ola Lōkahi, and wife Laura by supporting students pursuing a degree in early childhood education. The Inspirational Educator Scholarship honors the many inspirational educators who have made a difference in the lives of students by supporting students pursuing a career in the field of education. I want to express my deepest gratitude to all of you for the opportunity I now have to further my education and to count myself with the many who have made similar commitments to building a better tomorrow for our keiki. - Brian Te o P.04
6 PAUAHI S LEGACY CONTINUES TO GROW Scholarship Recipient Spotlight You have allowed this mother of five a chance to empower her children with strength, by allowing me to lead by example, by making me an inspiration in their lives and ultimately, for showing them what a degree can do for the betterment of our livelihood. HAUNANI NAGEL College: University of Hawai i West O ahu Field of Study: Public Administration Scholarships: Jalene Kanani Bell Ohana, Kamehameha Schools Class of 1956 and Class of Haunani Nagel The Kamehameha Schools Class of 1956 Scholarship supports students who demonstrate academic excellence and aptitude toward obtaining a higher education. The Kamehameha Schools Class of 1974 Scholarship honors supports students who graduated from a Hawaiian focused Charter school in Hawai i. The Jalene Kanani Bell Ohana Scholarship honors Wilene Wailani Bell and her commitment to her family, education and civic involvement by supporting students who are well-rounded, community-minded, and possess a can-do attitude.
7 ANNUAL REPORT Scholarship Recipients Bruce T. and Jackie Mahi Erickson Grant Mary Ann Baricuatro Stanley and Besse Fortuna Memorial Scholarship (KSM) Kalena Zimmerman Dr. Pauline Frederick Scholarship (KSK) Courtney Rae Botelho Gail and Allan Fujimoto Scholarship (Kamehameha Scholars) Tiara Lima Goldman Sachs / Matsuo Takabuki Commemorative Scholarship David Ahuna, Aaron Cates, Calvin Higa, Melinda Lloyd, Cerell Rivera, Becky Niniau Simmons, Nashua Solidum Isaac and Mary Harbottle Scholarship Kaylen Halemano Ho opa a Mau Grant (KSK) Christian-Gardner K. Brown, Ian M. Douglas, Kamakani K. MacDonald-Chun, David Paik, Anthony R. Santarini Pouhana Hokele Scholarship Wainani Paikai Lance (KS 83) and Andrea Hussey (KS 83) Leong Scholarship Malie Carvalho I Mua Mālama JROTC Ka awaloa Takemoto Scholarship Sauilima Talimalie, Brenda Velasco Inspirational Educator Scholarship Kemomilaniokawahineu i Ka apana, Brian Te o Charles S. Iwata, Jr., Memorial Annual Scholarship Tierra-Leigh Chang Ka Ōlelo Hawai i o Kamehameha Award (KSK) Alan Alihi Alohikea Wallace and Barbara Ka awaloa Grant (KSK) Flora Keonaona Cross, Zachary Sainz Daniel Kahikini and Millie Akaka Scholarship Elissa-Marie Kahahane, Nohea Pangkee Kamehameha Schools Alumni Association Maui Region Scholarship Chelsea Grimm, Christopher Nakahashi Kamehameha Schools Alumni Association O ahu Region Scholarship Mary Ann Baricuatro, Kina Palaualelo Kamehameha Association of Teacher and Parents Moloka i Elua Scholarship Koal Apuna, Kaohulani Rawlins-Crivello Kamehameha Schools Athletic Scholar (KSK) Tyler Amina Kamehameha Schools Class of 1952 Nā Hoaloha o Kamehameha Scholarship Maluhia Mendes-Medeiros, Sr. Kamehameha Schools Class of 1956 Grant Brolin-Duke Kawewehi, Haunani Nagel Kamehameha Schools Class of 1957 Award (KSK) Kaleiilima Holt, Grant Kaiama Kamehameha Schools Class of 1960 Grant Brolin-Duke Kawewehi Kamehameha Schools Class of 1968 Ka Poli o Kaiona Scholarship Shariyah Campbell, Brolin-Duke Kawewehi P.06
8 PAUAHI S LEGACY CONTINUES TO GROW Scholarship Recipients Kamehameha Schools Class of 1970 Scholarship Barbara Pacifica Hanohano, Noell Kamauoha Kamehameha Schools Class of 1971 Get Chance Scholarship Chance Barretto Kamehameha Schools Class of 1972 Kiana Ishibashi, Cera Oliveira Kamehameha Schools Class of 1973 Proud to be 73 Scholarship Bianca Franco, Kawanalaaloha Kawelo Kamehameha Schools Class of 1974 Scholarship Mikel Thomas Morita, Haunani Nagel Kamehameha Schools Female Athlete Scholarship (KSK) Macy Yonamine Kamehameha Schools Female Scholar Athlete of the Year Scholarship (KSK) Shawna Kinilau Kamehameha Schools Hawai i Class of 2007 Nā Olonā Grant (KSH) Kady Dumagin Kamehameha Schools Hawai i Parents & Teacher Organization Scholarship (KSH) Jenna Aina, Shanely Apele, Keoni Bailado, Nainoa Calip, John Fratinardo, Kawehiokaiulani Hanohano, Layla Hanohano-Tripp, Mitchell Herras, Kawehipuaaonalani Kaikaina, Kekoa Kalahiki, Kawehi Kanoho-Kalahiki, Kekoa Kekaualua, David Kekuewa, Kuilei Kramer, Alana Matsuoka, Zechary Okamoto, Natalie Poy, Izaac Queja, Cedrick Roberts-Perry, Kalena Shiroma, Kaopua Sutton, Mikella Wong Kamehameha Schools Maui Parent Teacher Organization A apueo Scholarship Kameron Boro, Jessica Santos, Keani Kahuhu ( recipient), Jordan Saribay ( recipient) Kamehameha Schools Social Studies Faculty Grant (KSK) Jaryn Inafuku Sarah Keli ilolena Lum Konia Nakoa Hawaiian Language Scholarship Kiana Atkinson Herbert Kealoha Keppeler Scholarship (KSK) Shannon Keola KGMB/KHON Video Production Grant (Tri-campus) Iwalani Kaili (KSH), Erin Lau (KSK), Micah Mizumoto (KSK), Tani Nakamitsu (KSM) Henry Lee Scholarship (KSK) Isaiah Sato Lokomaika i Scholarship Jantina Segundo David Lorch Music Scholarship (KSK) Christopher Bright Doris M. Lyman Memorial Scholarship (KS) Louis Turbeville Trustee Richard Lyman, Jr. Grant Jaryn Inafuku (KSK), Jenni Tadeo (Pāhoa High School) Lena Machado Haku Mele Scholarship (KSK) Kaipo Tilton Dan & Rachel Mahi Educational Scholarship Brolin-Duke Kawewehi, Maluhia Mendes-Medeiros, Sr. Makaloa Scholarship Lynn Abiva, Aleena Arakaki, Kiana Atkinson, Jean Bezilla, Alyssa Fujimoto, Rosesita Guzman, Sanoe Kauhane, Clarinda Santiago Dorothy Martin Scholarship (KSK) Jayme Ogino
9 ANNUAL REPORT Scholarship Recipient Spotlight I am a wife and a mother of a two year-old daughter. I saw the opportunity to get my PhD as a way to extend my reach to the native Hawaiian community and therefore further my commitment. - Kaiwipunikauikawekiu Lipe KAIWIPUNIKAUIKAWEKIU LIPE College: University of Hawai i at Mānoa Field of Study: Education Scholarships: Gladys Kamakakūokalani Ainoa Brandt Scholarship This scholarship honors outstanding state, national and international educational achievements of Gladys Kamakakūokalani Ainoa Brandt by supporting students who aspire to enter the educational profession. P.08
10 PAUAHI S LEGACY CONTINUES TO GROW Scholarship Recipients Frank & Ruth R. Midkiff Scholarship (Tri-campus) Kristin Castenera (KSK), Manta Dircks (KSH), Connor Kihune (KSM), Katelyn Perryman (KSM), Kalena Shiroma (KSH), Michael Wasko (KSK) George Hi ilani Mills Perpetual Scholarship Matthew Koanui, Christina Low, Sonia Wah Yick, Natalie Young Yasuko MItsuyasu Nutritional / Food Service Educational Grant (KS) Kamehameha Schools Hāmākua Preschool, Kamehameha Schools Hoaliku Drake Preschool Michael Mikey Miyake Scholarship Anela Akiona, Austin Estores-Pacheco Edwin P. Murray Scholarship (KSK) Caelan Ka ai McAfee-Torco Paul Pua a Ohana, Paul Moses Murray & Malia Murray Grant Cassie Keanini, Maluhia Mendes-Medeiros, Sr., Kaohulani Rawlins-Crivello Anne H. Myers Scholarship Florence Elil-Adams Nā Pua o Moloka i Scholarship (Tri-campus) Precious Asuncion, Steven Chaikin, Crysten Kalua, Pualei Lima, Uilani Schnackenberg Blossom Mossman Nary Scholarship (KSK) Daylan Kaui Yogi Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Ciera Cummings, Alyssa Johnasen, Brittney Kaaa-Sutton, Jordan Kahawai, Brolin-Duke Kawewehi, Kerianne Mokuau, Ammon Sanchez, Jantina Segundo, Ashley Williams Native Hawaiian Ho okipa Scholarship Hilton Hing, Bronson Maulupe-Kanae Native Hawaiian Visual Arts Scholarship Chase Conching Joseph Nāwahī Scholarship Troy Andrade, Amanda Donlin Waipa Nishimura Memorial Scholarship (KSK) Landon Aano, Noelani Mikami Pauahi Scholar Award (Tri-campus) Tyler Amina (KSK), Isaac DeRego (KSH), Leesa Foree (KSM), John Fratinardo (KSH), Alyssa Fujimoto (KSK), Amelia Harvey (KSK), Kahealani Kanuha (KSH), Sarah Kekauoha (KSH), Taylor Loui (KSK), Jennifer Lum (KSM), Cayla Morimoto (KSM), Aaron Nagao (KSK), Cedrick Roberts-Perry (KSH), Kaopua Sutton (KSH), Preston Tavares (KSM), Louis Kekoa Turbeville (KSM), Kylie Watson (KSM) Johnny Pineapple Scholarship Kananinohea Makaimoku Johnny Pineapple Scholarship (KSK) Keli i Ruth Mary Atherton Richards Scholarship (Tri-campus) Natasha Ah Chong (KSH), Anela Akiona (KSK), Breyandi Andrade (KSK), Shanely Apele (KSH), Aleena Arakaki (KSK), Maggie Ayau (KSH), Shariyah Campbell (KSH), Ashley DeGuzman-Hoomanawanuui (KSH), Kady Dumagin (KSH), Kawelina Gomes (KSH), Keli Hayase (KSM), Erika Jardin (KSM), Shawna Kinilau (KSK), Kui Kramer (KSH), Kelleen Loo (KSK), Toni Matsuda (KSM), Noelani Mikami (KSK), Tani Nakamitsu (KSM), Natasha Poepoe (KSM), Shelly Salbedo (KSM), Kelly Ann Souza (KSM), Brianna Vargas-Hafoka (KSM) Theodore Richards Scholarship (Tri-campus) Jenna Aina (KSH), Alan Kahili Alohikea (KSK), Justin Kawai Chock (KSK), William Farr (KSH), Milton Ekolu Kim (KSM), Dane Lum Ho (KSM)
11 ANNUAL REPORT William S. Richardson Commemorative Scholarship Edward Pineda-Akona, Troy Andrade, Amanda Donlin, Lyle Keanini, Leah Nahale Virginia Aulani Rowan Scholarship (KSK) Kristin-Ashley Mitchell Barry J. Rubin Memorial Scholarship Not yet distributed Ula Baker Sheecha Scholarship (Tri-campus & Public) Vicen Akina, Keriyah Campbell (KSH), Kyle Deeley (KSM), Brittney Embernate, Tyler Gerken (KSH), Julina Grace, Isaiah Ikeda (KSH), Angela Matsuo, Bailey Onaga, Chelsea Rabago (KSM), Cheynice Ruidas (KSM), Caroline Hualionalani Walsh (KSK), Hope Zane Iwalani Carpenter Sowa Scholarship Not awarded, no eligible candidates Joseph A. Sowa Scholarship Kawanalaaloha Kawelo Dwayne Nakila Steele Scholarship Kemomilaniokawahineu i Ka apana Myron & Laura Thompson Scholarship Trazaara Pea, Brian Te o Tennyson Keolalani Tom Grant (KSK) Zachary Lum Harold Turney & Dorothy Gillett Memorial Scholarship (KSK) Zachary Lum, Caelan Ka ai McAfee-Torco Theodore Vierra Scholarship (KSK) Amanda Kimi, Scott Matsuo DeWitt Wallace (KSK) Landon Aano, Tyler Amina, Caelan Ka ai McAfee-Torco, Zachary Lum, Niutao Seau Denis Wong & Associates Scholarship Jacob Cruz, Haunani Kane, Christina Low Zillah Young Memorial Scholarship (KSK) Manoike DeLude Stanley and Janet Zisk Scholarship Eric Kelekolio U ilani Stender Grant Leonard Drago, Lynn Newcomb Francellia Stillwell Sportsmanship Scholarship (KSK) Landon Aano Tauati Ohana Scholarship (KSH) David Kekuewa Tesoro Corporation Hawai i Scholarship Palmer Jean Ahakuelo P.10
12 PAUAHI S LEGACY CONTINUES TO GROW Advancing Educational Opportunities for More Hawaiians In addition to the scholarships that Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation administers, there are four areas of interest where donors may designate their support to assist more children of Hawaiian ancestry. CHARTER SCHOOL SUPPORT One of the ways in which Pauahi s legacy is being extended to reach haumāna who are not able to attend Kamehameha Schools campuses is through Charter School support. The Foundation is helping to build awareness and get support for these courageous schools that give haumāna a choice at a culturally rich education. Hawaiian-focused start-up public Charter schools offer unique services to children and families based on culturally grounded pedagogy and instruction. Haumāna attending these Charter Schools achieve marked academic improvement, become leaders in all that they do and represent their kūpuna well. The demand for culturally relevant education is growing. Most Charter Schools have wait lists of students who would like to attend but aren t able to because of limited funding for facilities and operations. Some schools are operating out of temporary facilities and funding their activities from their own pockets. Through Kamehameha Schools Ho olako Like program, each of the 14 Hawaiian-Focused Charter Schools are given assistance with their daily operational needs and facility improvements. While these schools are doing an excellent job with the limited resources they have, they could do even more with our kōkua. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND LITERACY The Early Childhood Education and Literacy Fund is very important to the Foundation s mission to serve more children of Hawaiian ancestry. By providing literacy support to students, their parents and caregivers, and by promoting culturally relevant learning, these keiki will get the kōkua they need to achieve future success in school. Additionally, the Foundation and the Harold K.L. Castle Foundation have partnered to support literacy education programs in Windward O ahu public schools. Studies have shown that increasing competence in writing and reading predicts future success in school. Simple skills that many of us take for granted are not guaranteed, so the support that comes from our Foundation and others makes a lifetime difference. ADVANCING THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE Contributions made to Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation for the purpose of Advancing the Hawaiian Language will assist efforts to preserve Hawaiian language and heritage, like the work of Aha Pūnana Leo, Hawaiian immersion schools or other efforts to build and share Ōlelo Hawai i. The Foundation is also working with Kamehameha Publishing to distribute books written in Ōlelo Hawai i to K-12 schools throughout Hawai i. LAND STEWARDSHIP Funds raised through the Foundation s Land Stewardship Fund will support efforts to mālama i ka āina. Historically, land has always been an integral part of Hawaiian culture. Through support from our generous donors, the Foundation will support those who are preserving these precious lands for all generations, assuring that precious natural and cultural resources are cared for.
13 ANNUAL REPORT Kamehameha Schools Alumni Donors Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation is grateful to all of the Kamehameha Schools alumni for their overwhelming support, generous gifts and spirit of kahiau to support the Foundation s mission Mikahala Turner 1937 Emanuel Sproat 1940 George Newton 1944 Thomas Chung Frederick Kamaka Edith Wassman 1946 Edwin Beamer Bernhardt Jones 1947 Kenneth Kimseu Edward Lee Dorothea Nary 1948 Blanche Futrell 1949 David Kaahaaina Lydia Kaaialii-Ramos Samuel Kaomea Glenn Pang-Ching Bernard Tom 1950 Henry Ahlo Augusta-Helen Bento Ikua Purdy Muriel Yin 1951 Nevada Ah Lo Francis Low John Meyer Robert Tirrell 1952 Moses Kahalekulu Juanita Kapu Paulette Moore Moses Pestano Melvin Soong 1953 Frederico Cachola Harry Wong 1954 Roselyne Gandall Geraldine Meade Joseph Puou Remigius Taum 1955 Robert Kihune Celestia Lawton Phyllis Lonokapu 1956 Oliver Crowell 1957 Valerie Imanaka Chester Kahapea Jeremiah Pahukula 1958 Lana Alamillo William Miller Anthony Ramos Elizabeth Sala 1959 Penelope Burns Hiram De Fries Matthan Mersberg 1960 Dennis Ah-Mau Mary Ann Aloy Raymond Antone Albert Apo Wailani Broad Elizabeth Burke Alberta Chong Phyllis Clemente Edward Cluney Robert Davis Leoni Fukui Francis Goodness Darlene Hutchinson Roberta Ikemoto Geraldine Johansen William Lyman Norma Mokuau Mildred Nasiatka Lloyd O Sullivan Hazel Peterson Jeffrey Peterson Patrick Plunkett Meta Shannon Eleanor Stevens Melmanette Worthington Earl Yamada 1961 Arlette Aki Julian Ako Patricia Ako Edward Alexander Michael Chun Stanley Dahlin Judy Estampa P.12
14 PAUAHI S LEGACY CONTINUES TO GROW Scholarship Donor SPOTLIGHT LEGACY OF A FAMILY: LEONG OHANA CREATES PERPETUAL SCHOLARSHIP Classmates and high school sweethearts Lance Leong KSK 83 and Andrea Hussey Leong KSK 83 know that a good education can open doors to a brighter future. It did for them both earned degrees in business management from the University of Hawai i at Mānoa and are thriving in the newspaper and lending fields. For years, the business-minded couple saved and budgeted their money wisely to buy a home and provide a quality education for their keiki. In September, they took some of that hard-earned money and established a scholarship for needy students through Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation. Their decision had the full support of their daughters. We could ve splurged the money on an Alaskan cruise or Las Vegas trip but the excitement would ve only lasted a few weeks, said Lance. Establishing an endowed scholarship will help needy students pursue their dreams of higher education and bring a sense of accomplishment and peace to our hearts not just for a few weeks but each and every day of our lives. Lance and Andrea stretched the value of their dollars by taking advantage of Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation s matching incentive program. The program helped boost the value of their endowment by contributing a dollar for every two dollars donated. The Leong Ohana - left to right: Lauren KSK 12, Leiana, Andrea KSK 83, Lindsey KSK 13, and Lance KSK 83 The Leong ohana gave a generous $13,500 and the Foundation contributed $6,750 for a total of $20,250. The minimum amount needed to create an endowed scholarship is $20,000. The principal amount of the endowment will remain intact and the interest earned will fund annual scholarships in perpetuity. As for the Leongs Vegas trip, it may have to wait until next year. For now, they are betting on a brighter future for a needy college student. Lance and Andrea believe that it was a wise bet indeed. It is such an easy choice to make a short-term sacrifice in order to make a long-lasting difference in the life of others, said Lance. We hope that in the future, each of our children will find it in their hearts to establish a scholarship fund in their names as well, to carry on our tradition of giving. It is such an easy choice to make a short-term sacrifice in order to make a long-lasting difference in the life of others. - Lance Leong KSK 83
15 ANNUAL REPORT Kamehameha Schools Alumni Donors 1961 (CONT.) Rose Fishel Dannette Gardner Caroleen Iseri Clifford Kahoohanohano Herbert Kai Charles Kamai Lawrence Kamakawiwoole Oliver Kinney Puanani Lindsey Ruby Lowe Violet Lui-Frank Stephanie Okamoto Harriet Peoples Yvonne Ryan Rodney Sanborn Linda Soma Keani Taylor Herbert Wilson 1962 Moana Akana Rowena Blaisdell J. Douglas Ing Danna Lyman Louis Medeiros 1963 Sharrie Ah Chick Gregory Ahuna Charleen Aina Sandra Akina Georgiana Alvaro Paulyne Anakalea Phillip Arnold Sandra Asato Leslie Au William Burchett H. David Burge Ella Camacho Andrew Carlmark Geraldine Chang Phyllis Cottle Lana Gaye Ernesto Etta Eubanks Wayne Goodwin Samuel Guerrero William Hanohano Edmund Hee Myrna Herron Alvir Himes Diane Ho Alexander In Paulette Kahalepuna Sabra Kauka Thomas Kaulukukui Edmund Keau La Verne Kiaha Marsha Kometani Darlene Lee Elliot Lee Richard Medina William Meinel William Mowat Marsha Onaga Marie Pecoraro Hollis Jay Peters Gabriel Puaa Jonathan Rickard Harriet Roxburgh Margaret Sadowski Lydia Sato Jasmine Shackley Helen Sham Fenner-Marie Shupe David Sproat Carol Takatsuka Sharon Traulsen Sheila Vortman Cornelius Wills Marilyn Wong-Guimond Ronald Yasukawa 1964 Lynnette Apo Sandra Bassett Susan Bitler Ruth Simonson Julia Young 1965 Adrienne Felmet Anthony Kam Robert Oda Anthony Ohrt Lanice Pullano Frances Sanford Jane Terry 1966 Glennie Burgess Russell Makanani 1967 Karlette Ikemoto Charmain Wong 1968 Louise DuPont Edward Hale Randall Hee Williet Medeiros Marcia Mitchell Star Pai 1969 Nathaniel Chang Neil Hannahs Sydney Keliipuleole 1970 Sarah Akaka-Truong Laurie Alvaro Irene Andrews Claire Asam Noelani Balai Marsha Bolson Ione Brown Leilani Chin Marian Cohen Pamela Daugherty Kirk Durante Maude Gibbs P.14
16 PAUAHI S LEGACY CONTINUES TO GROW Kamehameha Schools Alumni Donors 1970 (CONT.) Paula Goldstein Kathleen Haake Milton Holt 1972 D. Kuulei Ho Katherine Patrick Marcia Saquing Thyzra-Ann Lindsey Brian McFeeley Kapu Smith Colleen Wong Teru Enomoto-Heyl Matthew Holt Walter Kahumoku Reuben Makekau Lorena Horcajo Gaylyn Kauleinamoku Georgina Kaui Kawamura P Kapena Kim Noella Kong Curtis Lam Ho Dee Jay Mailer Linda Nishimura Joanne Paahao Mayes Michael Pagan Toni Palermo Mahina Perreira Oveta Puaa Maureen Clare Rawlins Jo San Miguel Faith Sandi Harold Slate Lorna Soberano Calvert Trent George Wilcox 1971 Gail Aoki Dawn Farm-Ramsey Joseph Kahiapo Anthony Le Bron Teresa Makuakane-Drechsel Dana Mehau-Vericella James Noa Leona Seto-Mook Robin Waiau 1973 Noel Baker Donna Ching Ramona Chun Ede Fukumoto Lydia Katsuda Mervlyn Kitashima Stanley Lum Marya Zoller 1974 Daniel Akiu Ross Chang John Donlin Grant Loo Brendan Loui Jade Mau Jon Miyajima Nikki Petner Stephanie Sakugawa Lytle Takemoto Henry Wong 1975 Keith Akana Naomi Chun Piilani Hanohano Denise Kauhi Ronelle Kopp 1976 Susan Botti Cynthia Closson Edward Kalama Janis Kane Claire Nakatsuka Dennis Shak 1977 Laurie Apiki Lee Ann Delima Liana Honda Paul Lucas Kekoa Paulsen Stacy Rezentes 1978 Glennie Adams Kelcey-Christine Cambra Desiree Del Rosario Nanette Dudoit Jamie Fong Coleen Kaanehe M liss Moore Leimamo Nitta 1979 Francis Chun Lyla Eldredge 1980 Helen Blaisdell-Brennan Moya Donahue Mari-Jo Hu Carlton Hussey Kordell Kekoa Gaylord Lyman Melanie Vasquez 1981 Melissa Agena Melanie Bathe Raedeen M. Karasuda Laurielei Waracka Bernadine Wong 1982 Carolyn Kehaunani Abad Ladd Akeo Michael Almeida Dickson Au Leesa Keawe-Kahuli Lisanne Kekuewa Ann Love Kendell Mann Carol Tsushima Marjorie Tupper 1983 Rhonda Alexander-Monkres Jennifer Awai
17 ANNUAL REPORT Scholarship Donor SPOTLIGHT CLASS OF 2001 SCHOLARSHIP The class of 2001 is well on its way to establishing an endowed scholarship fund. With the help of generous donations from nearly 60 classmates, white elephant sales, and other fundraising activities, the class has collected over $10,000. Dawson Kaaua and Christine Hew, who are both co-chairing the class of 2001 scholarship board, hope to start a shift in the mindset of their classmates from beneficiary to benefactor. Left to right: Kalei Stern KSK 89, Christine Hew KSK 01, and Dawson Kaaua KSK 01 Kamehameha has given tremendously to me and each of my classmates, and it is now our time to pay it forward and give back to the school through Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation to help other Native Hawaiians. - Dawson Kaaua KSK 01 P.16
18 PAUAHI S LEGACY CONTINUES TO GROW Kamehameha Schools Alumni Donors In the fiscal year, the Foundation saw a 57% increase in alumni participation from the previous fiscal year (CONT.) Derick Kakaio Shawn Kanaiaupuni Kapi Kenoi-Chin Terrilyn Lee Lance Leong Thompson Mano Leighanne Medeiros Erin Nahuina Hunter Kekahio 1984 Susan Aki-Sanford Amanda Fernandez Kilnani Ishii Ivalee Kamalu Albert Seamster Walter Thoemmes Kimberly Thomas 1985 Deanna Calderone-Kaufman Robin Kerr Christine Laumauna Adrienne Renaud-Cashman Jodie Toyota 1986 Audrey Burke Anne Matsuzaki 1987 Peter Alau Kanani Briggs Micah Kane Joelle Lee Terri Lyn Saragosa 1988 Troy Rosenbush Kim Terai 1989 Hailama Farden Kris Galago Heidi Hayashi Racine Hee Lawnie-Lyn Lau Jen-L Lyman Maile Mundon Cara Rallita Young David Schoen Sean Spencer Kalei Stern Verna Vaughan 1990 Shelli Aiona Jared Ching Sherylann Enomoto Kelli-Jeanne Heu 1991 Mahealani Alvarez Brandon Choy Ryan Cummings Jeremy Hopkins Jodi Kaneaiakala-Shim Kristina Lowe Andrea Oakland 1992 William Akama Andrea Dias Elizabeth Ferrer Koy-Allan Omo Carina Tagupa Clarissa Yamamoto 1993 Elizabeth Ahana Kamakani Dancil Leah Mariani Trisha Ann Plemer Chad Teixeira Bran-Dee Torres Melissa Wilson 1994 Valerie Amby-Kamakeeaina Darice Apo Jeb Bassett Daniel Chong Shannon Kahoano Brandy McDougall Jacqueline Ng-Osorio Kanealii Ng-Osorio Emily Puu 1995 Keala Chang Kevin Kidder Harry Suzuki Chad Takatsugi Keikilani Uehara Malia Yee 1996 Janelle Hamada Jana Stern Jonathan Wong 1997 Alohi Aea Abraham Alama Jmi Bassett-Asam Sarah Cruz Trevor Daines Daryl Edwards Jewel Henderson Raenelle Kwock Joylynn Yarbrough Kehaulani Puu
19 ANNUAL REPORT Nalani Arnold Desjardins Emiko Bacon Beau Bassett Brandon Bunag Reid Reid 1999 Genelle Jucutan-Puga Kamaka Parker 2001 William Ahue Thomas Akeo Sarah Apana Leslee-Ann Barclay Kahakuonapuaali Barrett Jennifer Baum Leinaala Chong Kevin Clegg Wayne Coito Cheri Comparan Jenavi Correa Ikaikaokekahi Dang Kirra Downing Chelsea Fernandez Leah Freitas Crystal Goo Moanileiawapuhi Hannahs Christine Hew Pete Hostetler Amy Inciong Joan Jensen Dawson Kaaua Ian Kamemoto Dawn Keliiaa Christopher Lee Kevin Lee Jasmine Lloyd Shelby Loo Kelvin Lunn Keahi Makaimoku Kaiewa Masuda Rachel Nieto Ian O Sullivan Trevor Ozawa Kristi Perreira Louise Reyes Mercedes Ritte Noelle Russell Anthony Sardine Ariana Smith Alana Taniguchi Makana Aheoan Tocman Wilikinia Vasquez Carden Vincent Seena Wise Kara Wong Sarah Wong Darin Wright James Yates 2002 Vieni Vitale 2004 Joshua Akiona Anthony Choy Sarah Kama 2007 Kukapuouhaa Gunderson 2010 Ian Douglas P.18
20 PAUAHI S LEGACY CONTINUES TO GROW faculty and staff Donors Our Work Place Giving campaign generated over $30,000 of support for the Foundation in Katherine Cline Whitney A. Cobb Tiana M. Companion * Carolyn Kehaunani Abad Vince L. Acohido * Alohi M. Aea * Melissa M. Agena Vincente D. Agpoon Clay W. Ah Soon * Elizabeth K. Ahana * Shelli P. Aiona * Moana Akana * Ladd P. Akeo * Julian K. Ako * Abraham K. Alama Jana P. Alamillo * Rhonda A. Alexander- Monkres * Valerie M. Amby- Kamakeeaina * Gail K. Aoki Pomaialoha Apana * Laurie Apiki * Darice E. Apo * Albert K. Apo Waynette K. Apolo Julie E. Arias Shane M. Arquette April K. Atisanoe * Jennifer K. Awai * Noel Baker Emiko M. Baker Theresa M. Balaz Cynthia Bartels * Sandra L. Bassett James E. Bassett Jan E. Becket Healani Beirne Kirk Belsby S. Haunani Bennett Lyanne K. Binkauski Bryant K. Binkie Roberta L. Bishaw * Rowena L. Blaisdell Lori A. Bodine * Marsha K. Bolson Lyan L. Bonn * Susan K. Botti Ann Botticelli Mary Brewer T. Kanani Brown * Brandon K. Bunag * H. David Burge Paula Ann Burgess-Tauala * E. Lahapa Burke Sanoe K. Cabanting Lance Cagasan Rama D. Camarillo * Kelcey-Christine M. Cambra Catherine M. Camp Lori Carlson Catherine Carpenter D. Rod Chamberlain Brian Y. Chang Winifred K. Ching Tiffany L. Ching John J. Chock * Leinaala M. Chong Ronald Chong Kee Malia S. Chong-Gossert Michelle L. Chun Lorna Chun Jocelyn P. Chun Diane P. Chun * Dr. Michael J. Chun * Naomi N. Chun Stacy A. Clayton Kelly I. Cua David M. Cunningham * Kamakani J. Dancil Tricia W. Dang Heidi L. Dangaran Deane DeCastro * Desiree D. Del Rosario * Lee Ann L. Delima Jody A. Deponte Scott A. Desa * Andrea P. Dias Heather K. Dikilato * Moya K. Donahue * John I. Donlin Wendy Doyle Thomas K. Duarte * Nanette T. Dudoit Kahelelani M. Duval June S. Eaton Britany M. Edwards * Lyla K. Eldredge Dorothy Ellis Mark Ellis Deborah Erskine Alejandra Facchini *Kamehameha Schools alumni
21 ANNUAL REPORT Kim Fale * Piilani Hanohano Bernell K. Isabel Marian Kapuaala * Hailama V. Farden J. Puanani Harman Koren D. Ishibashi * Raedeen M. Karasuda * Dawn Farm-Ramsey Deidre Harris Gail A. Ishimoto Debbie Kato Jean J. Fergerstrom Shane Y. Hedani Nikki H. Iwata * Lydia N. Katsuda * Amanda L. Fernandez Richard Heyd Jon T. Iwatani Chendra Kauahikaua Nichole Field Dorothy Hirata Linda J. Jacobs * Denise V. Kauhi Adele S. Flores Wayne M. Hisashima * Geraldine K. Johansen Nathaniel Kauina * Randie Fong Clare Ho Margaret A. Johnson * Gaylyn E. Kauleinamoku Stanley Fortuna Mabel P. Ho Pualani D. Jones Dwayne P. Kaulia Nancy A. Fortuna Carol Ho Diane K. Joshua Luana Kawaa Kealoha Fox * D. Kuulei Ho Elsa M. Kaai Diane M. Kawahakui Francine C. Frank Elizabeth Hokada Rachelle L. Kaaihili Cheryl Kawasaki Jason A. Franks Darrel R. Hoke * Coleen I. Kaanehe Wendy M. Kekahio Peter Fuchs Patricia Holmes * Dawson K. Kaaua * Kordell C. Kekoa Gail G. Fujimoto Renae M. Holt * Shannon P. Kahoano * Lisanne K. Kekuewa * Ede A. Fukumoto * Matthew W. Holt Sharleen Kahoopii Rebecca J. Kekuna * Kris M. Galago Lisa M. Holt * Walter Kahumoku Summer K. Keliipio * Dannette B. Gardner * Liana K. Honda * Edward K. Kalama * Sydney W. Keliipuleole Frank M. Garma Violet Hoohuli Corbett A. Kalama * Kapi Kenoi-Chin Karen P. Gill Kimberly Huntzinger Rosemary Kaleikini * Robin L. Kerr Jill Gushiken Sylvia Hussey Cynthia Kaleikini-Todd Bernice M. Kihara Sharon Hager Sheri Iha Michael E. Kam * Robert K. Kihune * E. Kaiponohea Hale Patricia P. Ikeda Kathy Kama Jodie T. Kimura * Janelle N. Hamada * Karlette Ikemoto * Ivalee L. Kamalu * Mervlyn Kitashima Karen M. Hamada Jolene K. Imada * Shawn M. Kanaiaupuni Clifford Kobashigawa Karen Hamocon Stacey A. Imamura * Janis C. Kane * Ronelle K. Kopp Jo Anne R. Hanada Melissa Imperial * Micah A. Kane Elizabeth M. Kraft Charlene J. Handa * J. Douglas K. Ing * Jodi K. Kaneaiakala-Shim Gail H. Kuba * Neil J. Hannahs Noella Inn Tracy L. Kaneakua Donna Kuewa P.20
22 PAUAHI S LEGACY CONTINUES TO GROW faculty and staff Donors Nadine T. Lagaso * Dee Jay A. Mailer Vivian S. Murray Mary C. Osswald Keanukapulani Lau Hee Crystal Makaena Janet Na Lynn L. Otake-Vierra * Christine K. Laumauna * R. Kawika Makanani Lauren Nahme Linda Oyama Kevin Lauterbach * Teresa H. Makuakane- * Erin N. Nahuina Jarena H. Pacarro * Anthony V. Le Bron Drechsel Donna Nakahara * Star N. Pai * Joelle L. Lee Nolan J. Malone Wilma - Joyce Nauka Wm. D. Mahealani Pai Candace Lee Laura L. Manoi-Cuban Jose L. Nekaifes Sharolyn G. Pali Aarion Lee Paulene A. Marcello Tripler K. Ng * Kamaka A. Parker Herling R. Lee * Leah K. Mariani * Jacqueline Ng-Osorio Roger Patao Pauline K. Lee Loy Cory Matsumiya * Kanealii K. Ng-Osorio Christopher J. Pating Tiara K. Lee-Gustilo Ruth S. Matsumoto Khai Q. Ngo * Katherine Lokelani Patrick Emma Lenton Carmen Matsuura Raymond K. Ngum * Kekoa Paulsen * Thyzra-Ann P. Lindsey * Anne M. Matsuzaki Shair K. Nielsen Hokuao Pellegrino Edward J. Lingo Harlan W. Mattos Jeanette Nielson James F. Penczar Vivian L. Little Jeffrey N. Mau Bobbi Nihipali Darrell G. Pennington Theresa Lock * Jade Mau Leanne A. Nikaido Tyler Perreira Daniel V. Loo * Williet H. Medeiros Guy H. Nishimura * Kristi M. Perreira Gladys Loo Robert K. Medeiros * Leimamo Nitta * Nikki L. Petner Karen C. Loo * William G. Meinel Dale Nitta Linda A. Picanco Michael P. Loo Charmaine N. Merrill Nancy Numazu Lesley Ann N. Pico-Lilio Cheryl Looper Tammy Milanio * Robert C. Oda * Trisha Ann K. Plemer * Ann M. Love Richard A. Mills Lance S. Ogata Laurie M. Plemer * Paul F. Lucas Myron J. Mitsuyasu Aileen K. Ogomori Diane J. Plotts Anna Lee P. Lum Tanya Molina Darlene Ohashi Carol M. Pohina Lori A. Lum Ho * M liss Moore Robert M. Okuhara Kaleonani K. Prais Susan Lussier Wanda Moratin Michael Oliver Paul Prevenas Kelli Lyau Dianne A. Muraoka * Koy-Allan K. Omo * Lanice Pullano Mitzi Maeshiro Lester Muraoka Grace I. Omura Paula J. Purdy *Kamehameha Schools alumni
23 ANNUAL REPORT Kilia W. Purdy-Avelino Judy L. Scoville-Layfield Reyn K. Tateyama Janice Wakamatsu * Emily L. Puu Laurie U. Seto Wendy K. Tatsuno M. Kanani Wall Michael Racoma Linda Shibano * Kim E. Terai * Laurielei A. Waracka Robin Y. Racoma Robbie Ann K. Shimose * Walter F. Thoemmes Ruta White Brandon Ramaila Mavis Shiraishi-Nagao Tammy D. Thoemmes * Melissa L. Wilson Roxanne Ramones Colleen Shishido * Kimberly L. Thomas Maxine M. Wilson Rubiflor V. Redona * Kapu C. Smith Nhu P. Thomason * Herbert R. Wilson Gail Reinhardt Ronald D. Snow Wilma C. Thompson * Charmain E. Wong * Adrienne Pikake Renaud- Phyllis Sone Nainoa Thompson * Colleen I. Wong Cashman Eric Sonnenberg Linda Thompson * Henry K. Wong * Stacy P. Rezentes Jessica Soon Katherine A. Tibbetts Livingston S. Wong Jennifer K. Rosa Tanya M. Souza Susan W. Todani Julie A. Wong Kamaka R. Rosario George Sowell Vanessa Tolentino Ulalia Woodside Tana L. Rosehill Shannon M. Spencer Sabrina R. Toma Gayle E. Yamami * Yvonne Pee Wee Ryan Robert K. Stender * Bran-Dee M. Torres Renette Yamanoha B. Haunani Saifoloi Amelia Sterling * Jodie Y. Toyota Noelani Yatsushiro Ivan Sakamoto * Kalei Stern Stanley Tsuji Llewelyn Yee * Stephanie Sakugawa * Eleanor U. Stevens Lemoe F. Tua Garret Yip * Elizabeth L. Sala Francine Sua-Filo * Keikilani R. Uehara Cheryl Yokoyama Benjamin Salazar Grant Y. Sumida Tamara Ulima Kathleen Yonaoshi Diana L. Sanchez Mari Sunabe Phil K. Uyehara Thomas Yoshida * Marcia A. Saquing Mark S. Taba Gail Y. Vannatta Cheryl Ann Young Glenn H. Sasaki Todd Z. Takahashi * Verna K. Vaughan * Julia L. Young Jason Sato * Chad M. Takatsugi Cory Vilamil - Gomes Michael S. Young Dana K. Sato Michele L. Taketa Liana C. Vossen Allison A. Yue Christy Sato Linda M. Tanaka Robert C. Wagner Janet M. Zisk Brandy A. Sato Debra D. Tang * R. Healani Waiau Helen H. Scott Beth Taone Solomon Wainee P.22
24 PAUAHI S LEGACY CONTINUES TO GROW Friends of the Foundation The Foundation s impact is solely the result of your dedication and support for what we do and stand for. INDIVIDUALS Lorelei K. Albert Ralph K. Aona Helen Arakaki Rochelle K. Asao Leona G. Auerbach Violet W. Awana Margaret M. Bailey Debbie Bauerle Benjamin M. Bautista Bruce M. Blankenfeld Ella L. Brooks N. Burchfield Charlene Y. Chang Aidan & Elijah Comparan Mary Cox Lisa DeLong Dianne T. Douglas Moana K. Eisele Julie O. Enriques Sally A. Ford Nalani Fujimoto Arline L. Haili Litheia W. Hall Moody E. Hayes Kim S. Hoohuli Theresa S. Hookano Ordetta R. Hovland Barbara L. Hudman Jane C. Iona Ethelyn K. Kaaihue Sarah K. Kawailima Jaime N. Kawanabe Robert King Gregg Kodama Fred Kramer Robert A. Krieger Pamela K. Lau Susan L. Lee Ruth Leftwich Kim D. Lorch Rick Magee Gwendolyn N. Martin Pamela K. Medeiros Robert R. Midkiff David J. Moriguchi Carolyn D. Mossman Kaimookalani Muhlestein Richard K. Nagashima Clyde S. Nakano Lucinda A. Namahoe Michael F. Nauyokas Jennifer A. Neumann Rose L. Nonaka Katharine L. O Dell John Otterson Ruth A. Palmer Martin K. Pea Elaine M. Peters Joan E. Prater Karl M. Rolih Johan Ronningen Sharon L. Rose Wendy K. Ryder Steven Patrick K. Sagon Kevin F. Saito Tatum M. Shimabukuro Maile Shimabukuro Keali i W. Stewart Louis T. Stibbard Lena Stoops Constance Sutherland Ronald P. Tario Alison M. Uyehara Karen G. Young Lora Lee Zaky
25 ANNUAL REPORT Mahalo nui loa to those organizations in the community for the continued support and generosity throughout the years. ORGANIZATIONS A Ali i Tech Solutions Abbott Laboratories Bank of America Foundation, Inc. Bank of America United Way Campaign Becker Capital Management Cascade Mariners Chapter Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program City & County of Honolulu - Division of Motor Vehicles Cockett Ohana Organization County of Hawai i - Department of Finance County of Kaua i - Department of Finance County of Maui - Department of Finance Gallagher Security General Growth Properties Hawaii CCIM Chapter Hui Imi Na auao o Hawai i Inter-Island Appraisal Co. JustGive (Cisco Matching Gift Program) Kamehameha Alumni Glee Club Kamehameha Schools ASKMS (Hawai i Campus Middle School) Kamehameha Schools Association of Teachers & Parents Kamehameha Schools Class of 1952 Nā Hoaloha O Kamehameha Kamehameha Schools Class of 1961 Kamehameha Schools Class of 1970 Golfers Kamehameha Schools Class of 1980 Kamehameha Schools Hawai i Campus (9-12) Kamehameha Schools Hawai i Elementary Student Council Kamehameha Schools Logo Royalty Payments Kamehameha Schools Program Services Kamehameha Schools Secondary School (ASKS) Kamehameha Schools Support Services Kamehameha Schools Varsity Football Booster Club Kaulupono Music Kawaiaha o Plaza 2009 May Day Committee Macy s West G.I.F.T. Manuhealii Inc. Merck Partnership for Giving Microsoft Giving Campaign Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Native Books, Inc. Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce Palm Records, Inc. Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club Riggle s Warriors Royal Hawaiian Center Shell Oil Company Foundation The Mountain Apple Company Valley of the Sun United Way Wells Fargo Foundation Educational Matching Gift Program P.24
26 PAUAHI S LEGACY CONTINUES TO GROW In Loving Memory Gifts contributed in memory of loved ones, friends and colleagues are special ways to pay tribute to those who were an important part of our lives. Friends and family listed below were lovingly remembered with gifts to the foundation. Kamehameha Schools alumni are recognized with their graduating year. Harry Akahane, 1941 Abraham Akaka Shay W. Auerbach Winona K. Beamer, 1941 Helen Beamer, 1900 Elizabeth Kuulei Bell Marilyn Blum Arthur K. Burchett, 1959 Kuuipo B. Chai, 1961 Phillip W. Chang Carol Ching Leilani L. Chun, 1937 Rose L. Crabbe, 1952 John P. Dupont, 1970 Patrick K. Gandall, 1949 Isaac H. Harbottle, 1893 Daniel M. Hiraga, 2001 Bertrand Ho Emma Holt, 1925 Rebecca Jensen Bernard Johansen Edmund Buster W. Kaaa, 1952 Ruby Kauieolani H. Kahoiwai George H. Kaua, 1958 Kupuna Sarah K. Kawailima Joseph Kekoa Simon Kimseu Carl Kimseu Arthur K. Kinney Stella A. Kutaka David Lorch Leroy R. Lum Ho, 1959 Doris M. Lyman Marjorie C. Midkiff Koa Paka K. Miles Gary Minatoya Mary K. Murray, 1953 Paul M. Murray, 1979 Simeon Naeole Paul A. Puaa, 1927 Raye L. Rapoza, 1986 Michael San Miguel William C. Silva, 1944 John K. Simonson, 1940 Mervyn C. Thompson, 1945 Jacquelynne N. Thompson Tennyson K. Tom, 1995 John N. Travis, 1898 Hermine D. Vasconcellos 1937 Elizabeth Wailaahia Yabui Keith Yamada Giving To The Foundation HOW YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE Contributions made to Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation reflect gifts for the heart and will help to carry forward the vision of Ke Ali i Pauahi to empower Hawaiians through education. The Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization; therefore, contributions made to the Foundation are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. Additionally, 100 percent of your gift goes to help others as Kamehameha Schools covers the Foundation s administrative and overhead expenses. Unrestricted Donations: Unrestricted gifts allow the Foundation the flexibility to respond to the areas of most critical need. These outright gifts include cash appreciated property (real estate, stock) or tangible personal property. Restricted Donations: Restricted gifts define a program, project or scholarship of special interest to the donor. Tribute Gifts: Tribute gifts are made in honor or memory of individuals, family members, friends or colleagues who have inspired you or touched your heart. This is a meaningful way to honor loved ones in perpetuity. Future Gifts: A future gift is arranged now, but the Foundation s use of the funds is delayed to a later time. The funds from bequest are available to utilize at the end of the donor s life. Other ways of making a future gift are naming the Foundation as beneficiary of a portion of an IRA or other retirement plan, or life insurance policy, or establishing a charitable remainder trust with the principal payable to the Foundation when the trust terminates. Corporate Matching Gifts: Corporations will often match an employee s charitable gift dollar for dollar. Please check with your employer to see if your contribution qualifies for this category.