The Lokahi Program organizes on-campuses health events as well as works in the community promoting health. If you would like to become a volunteer please email: email@example.com or call our office at 956-8060.
ANNUAL SERVICE LEARNING EVENTS:
- Great American Smokeout (GAS)
Held annually on the third Thursday in November, GAS is an event created by the American Cancer Society as a jump-off date to quit smoking. Here at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, the Health Promotion Office, Lokahi Program coordinates a Great American Smokeout Health Fair with community and campus organizations. The fair provides information on tobacco, resources for cessation and general health promotion.
- Condom Fair
Held annually on or close to Valentine’s Day. The Condom Fair seeks to promote a healthier lifestyle, through the appropriate and consistent use of condoms, healthy sexual decision-making, and good communication. The Lokahi Program, with the help of numerous community and university organizations, aims to educate students about healthy relationships in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
- Blood Drive
Each semester the Lokahi Program sponsors a blood drive on campus, collaborating with the Blood Bank of Hawaii.
- Bone Marrow Registry Drive
Every semester, the Lokahi Program, in partnership with the Bone Marrow Hawaii Donor Registry, sponsors a bone marrow registry drive. By joining the registry, you could be the match for someone in need of a bone marrow transplant and save a life!
- On-going health fairs and events on campus
The Lokahi Program participates in health related events on campus as they arise.