Our April Issue Supports Women—And Nonprofits
This month, become a new print subscriber and 50% of your purchase will be donated to a local charity. Plus, you’ll get a Margaret Rice print on us.
There’s no shortage of incredible women in Hawai‘i—wāhine who work tirelessly on behalf of others, blaze trails for women and lead by example, even when that means standing up against deeply rooted injustices. From artists to educators to those at the forefront of their industry, these fearless females are an inspiration for all—regardless of gender. For our April issue, the HONOLULU team put the spotlight on some of these talented individuals who prove glass ceilings are meant to be shattered.
For the entire month of April, we’re celebrating our wāhine in a way that gives back. Purchase a one-year print subscription to HONOLULU Magazine for $24.99 and we’ll donate 50% of sales to Aloha United Way or YWCA Hawai‘i—your choice. Not only that, but you’ll also receive a gorgeous 8-by-10-inch matted print of the stunning artwork featured on our April issue, illustrated by none other than Island artist Margaret Rice.
About Margaret Rice
She’s a maternity nurse by day, but at night and on the weekends, 34-year-old Margaret Rice is best known for her illustrations of gorgeous, strong, lounging women. Moved by natural beauty, enchantment and culture of her Island home, the Kailua local uses tranquil color palettes, and bold lines to translate her heart’s inspiration onto paper.