BYU–Hawaii Student and Employee Giving
Give Anything. Change Everything.
BYU–Hawaii changes lives. No one understands this better than the students, faculty, staff, and volunteers involved on campus. Mahalo for your devotion.
We invite you to help students by donating to student financial aid and change a life. Your generosity helps the university assist more students and draws us closer together as a university ohana.
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Aloha e BYU–Hawaii Community,
I extend my heartfelt gratitude to each of you for your unwavering commitment to the gospel of Jesus Christ and to the mission and vision of BYU–Hawaii.
Your tireless dedication to our university's mission and vision is truly commendable. Your daily efforts are the driving force behind our institution's success, and I gratefully acknowledge the profound impact of your work.
I'm also deeply appreciative of your personal giving, which further highlights your commitment to our university's success and the transformative power of education. If you haven’t donated to BYU–Hawaii, I invite you to consider joining your fellow students and colleagues in making a gift. Together, we can make a world of difference for students from around the world.
It's a privilege to work alongside such a dedicated and passionate group. Thank you for your outstanding work, your generosity, and your devotion to BYU–Hawaii.
John S.K. Kauwe III
Your Support Changes Lives
BYU–Hawaii alum Naw Eh Htoo “Cindy” Shee started college back home in Myanmar – that is, until her family fled the country to escape political violence, economic ruin, and ethnic strife. Cindy’s experiences as a refugee where she served other refugees inspired her to pursue a career in social work. She heard about BYU–Hawaii while serving a mission in Hong Kong, and the university’s donor-funded IWORK program enable her to attend.
“It has been a great opportunity for me to study here. It would have been impossible without donors and the IWORK program. I appreciate all you have done for me. And because of it, I am sure that I will be a great help for the Church, my community, and the people of Maynmar.”
Mahalo Nui Loa