Women's Fund receives $100,000 grant
The Women's Fund of Hawaii
received a $100,000 matching grant from the Catalyst Fund at Tides Foundation
, one of eight foundations in the nation to receive the award. The foundation grants support reproductive justice work led by women of color.
The Waipahu Community Foundation
will award grants to Waipahu High School
($5,000), Waipahu Community Association
for Waipahu Elementary School
($3,780), Na Pa'ani Softball
($2,359) and Boy Scouts of America Troop 32
Joanna L. Sullivan
and her late husband, Maurice J. Sullivan
, were recently honored by the Friends of the Cancer Research Center of Hawaii
for significant contributions to cancer research, treatment and education in Hawaii.
The Sullivans were recognized at the Friends' annual fundraising event, which raised more than $150,000 for the Cancer Research Center.
The funds will be used to further research in cancer prevention and treatment.
donated and installed eight audio systems worth $12,000 at Nanaikapono Elementary
in Nanakuli. The systems will allow for an even distribution of the teacher's voice throughout four classrooms.
Shining Stars appears several times a week in the Star-Bulletin