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Hukilau

hu·ki·lau | noun

1 : a traditional Hawaiian fishing method involving groups of people working together to cast and pull in large fishing nets to feed an entire community

2 : a principle by which people combine their efforts to accomplish great things for the benefit of many people

Thank you for your donation to Brigham Young University–Hawaii, and welcome to a community of supporters who are pulling together to bless the lives of thousands of students. We call this the Hukilau Principle, named after the traditional Hawaiian fishing method involving groups of people working together to cast and pull in large fishing nets to feed an entire community. Instead of pulling nets we are pooling resources, and instead of catching fish we are helping students catch hold of their dreams.

Watch these student stories to see the impact you are having on their lives. If you like what you see, please share with your friends and tell them why you chose to give. The more people we have pulling together, the greater the difference we can make. 

Mahalo nui loa!

Eritai Kateibwi

Kiribati

Eritai, a BYU–Hawaii alum from Kiribati, is using hydroponics to alleviate malnutrition and disease in his home country, and the United Nations recognized him for his effort with the Young Champion of the Earth award.

Eritai Kateibwi

Kiribati

Eritai, a BYU–Hawaii alum from Kiribati, is using hydroponics to alleviate malnutrition and disease in his home country, and the United Nations recognized him for his effort with the Young Champion of the Earth award.

Young Champion of the Earth - Eritai

Elizabeth Ramsey

Tonga

Elizabeth came to BYU–Hawaii with the goal of becoming a doctor after her grandfather passed away because doctors in Tonga couldn’t figure out how to help him. “I don’t want another family member to pass away because there’s no one to help them in times of need,” she says.

Sery Kone

Ivory Coast

Sery was abandoned and forced into child labor at a young age. He found his way to BYU–Hawaii, and his experience here inspired and empowered him to return to his country and help children who are suffering the same plight he endured.

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