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HomeI MUA Newsroom KSH Kula Haʻahaʻa haumāna raise $800 in Pennies for Pauahi campaign
Pennies for Pauahi check presentation. Nikki Iwata, KSH Kula Ha'aha'a student activity and 'ohana coordinator, President Lehani Colima KSH, VP Caylee Cook, Treasurer Justin Kubojiri, Secretary Aisyss Respicio-Raqocos, and Director of Alumni Relations and KS alum Pono Ma'a.
KSH Kula Haʻahaʻa haumāna raise $800 in Pennies for Pauahi campaign

The Pauahi Foundation announced that KS Hawaiʻi Kula Haʻahaʻa haumāna had raised and donated $800 to the foundation from contributions received during their Pennies for Pauahi campaign this year.

Annually, students practice giving back, learning the value of kahiau (selfless giving) through their participation in the fundraiser.

Coins and dollars, whether it was from piggy banks or giving up their allowances, these haumāna understands that a little goes a long way and are proud of the opportunity to give back.

The fundraising and giveback was spearheaded by KSK ʻ72 alumna Marcie Saquing in 2005 and has raised well over $10,000 since its inception.

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