More-affordable legacies at UH and more in the news

September 7, 2012  |   |  Comments
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A building at Windward Community College

Naming opportunities for facilities at Windward Community College are now available at more affordable options for interested donors.

The University of Hawaiʻi Foundation is now offering a more affordable option for donors who may want to have a University of Hawaiʻi community college facility or room named for them.

A “Five-Year Naming” program designed particularly for local companies and business leaders allows naming options for five years at a much lower amount than what is required to have a building named in perpetuity.

Read more about the new program in the September 2012 issue of Hawaii Business.

UH in the News for August 31—September 6, 2012

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