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Student leaders Ikaika Stone and Avani Naleimaile and KSAA East Hawaiʻi president Micah Alameda join together to encourage participation in the Aloha Giving Campaign.

KS Hawaiʻi High School ASKS 2023 Aloha Giving Campaign

Nov. 21, 2023

In our tradition of giving, during quarter two of School Year 23-24, our kula kiʻekiʻe is launching the Aloha Giving Campaign to benefit our kaiāulu and continue to raise funds for Pauahi Foundation in honor of the generosity and compassion of our founder, Ke Aliʻi Bernice Pauahi Bishop.

Our Quarter 2 philanthropy will support the Pauahi Foundation programs and initiatives AND will also support the Hawaiʻi Island Food Basket.

If you are able to kōkua, please make a difference for others by making a donation to:

Every Wednesday until November 29th, cash or canned food donations from students and staff will be collected in the Student Life Center. Donor names will be added to our Aloha Giving wall fronting Kekuʻiapoiwa Learning Center. Funds will be presented during our Founder's Day ceremony.

E alu like mai kākou, let us work together to carry on our tradition of giving!

Watch the campaign video with ASKS student leaders Avani Naleimaile and Ikaika Stone and KS Alumni Association East Hawaiʻi region president Micah Alameda which encourages participating in this special giving campaign:

ASKS created a flyer which will be posted on campus to encourage participation.

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