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Documenting a Day in the Life in Our Community

(Sponsored) Celebrating more than 95 years of your donations changing lives in Hawai‘i.


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Ways To Get Involved

Everyone has a calling and a purpose. How are you using your time, talent and treasure? Leave a lasting legacy by getting involved with Aloha United Way.



Living United isn’t about charity. It’s about creating long-lasting change for the common good. When you donate to Aloha United Way, you’re making an investment in our community and it’s one of the best ways to make a difference! Visit auw.org to donate today or call 536-1951 for more information!


Get Connected

Aloha United Way offers you personal and professional growth and development opportunities when you serve as a Loaned Executive. As a volunteer helping Aloha United Way with its annual campaign, you will build and strengthen your networks, enhance your communication and leadership capabilities and become a more well-rounded individual. Call 543-2243 to find out how!


Get Involved 

Society of Young Leaders

Meet and network with like-minded business professionals that are changing our community. If you are between the ages of 21-45 and are seeking ways to create change in a positive way, then this group is for you! This group is all about giving back to our community in fun ways such as school-supply drives, pau hana events and seasonal fundraisers. Call 543-2201 to get involved!


Women United

Our goal with Women United is to actively engage women in celebrating and supporting philanthropy in our community. Interested in getting involved? Call 543-2242 or email womenunited@auw.org.


Alexis De Tocqueville Society

This Society at Aloha United Way is also part of the Alexis De Tocqueville Society of United Way Worldwide. It recognizes local philanthropic leaders who have devoted time, talent and funds to create lasting change by tackling our communities’ biggest issues. Membership is granted to those who contribute at least $10,000 annually. Call 543-2242 for more information.


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Documenting a Day in the life of Aloha United Way is published by HONOLULU magazine, in partnership with Aloha United Way, September 2015. ©2015 by PacificBasin Communications, 1000 Bishop St., Suite 405, Honolulu, HI 96813.


Alyson Helwagen

Lennie Omalza

Darin H. Isobe
Creative Services Director

Stephen Guzman
Art Director

Cindy Adams
Aloha United Way
President and Chief Executive Officer

Jody Shiroma
Aloha United Way 
Vice President of Marketing and Communications

Additional Support:
Hawaii Camera, Rental, Honolulu; Hawaii Shoots; Shawn “Doc Rock” Boyd