Mar 02 Saturday
The Brain Injury Association of Hawaii (BIHi) would like to invite you to take part in our upcoming 2024 Educational and Resource Conference, "Put Your Best Brain Forward" as a vendor. The event is held in recognition of March Brain Injury Awareness Month. Our goal is to bring brain injury into focus and to raise awareness and gain friends. This is our first post-COVID conventionThe conference is a half-day, free event. Continental breakfast and raffle prizes are included. Registration is required.
The Basics of Advocacy
Strokes and Stroke Treatment in Hawaii
Hawaii’s Head, Neck & Spine Project
Additionally, vendors and service providers will showcase treatments and available services.
This conference is appropriate for mental health care providers, caregivers and survivors of brain injury.
The Brain Injury Association of Hawaii (BIHi formerly BIAH) has served the brain injury community, family, caregivers and supporters since 1987. The mission of the organization is to promote the wellbeing of individuals who survived a brain injury. We aim to increase awareness and support and to provide education, information, and resources and to promote treatment and prevention of brain injuries in Hawai’i.
ʻImi Pono, a community event and fundraiser, is organized by Hui Mākua ʻo Pūʻōhala (HMOP), a 501(c)(3), a non-profit organization operated by volunteer parents of keiki attending Ke Kula Kaiapuni ʻO Pūʻōhala.
ʻImi Pono is a day of haumāna performances, mea ʻai, craft fair and educational booths - all in support of Hawaiian Immersion at Pūʻōhala. E ola ka ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi.
Mar 11 Monday
The Zonta Club of Hilo presents its Rose Award of Excellence to Lorraine Inouye—Hawai‘i State Senator, whose career in public service spans over four decades—at a fundraising dinner in her honor on Monday, March 11, 2024. The gala event takes place at Hilo Hawaiian’s Moku‘ola Ballroom starting at 5:00 pm with no-host cocktail hour and silent auction, followed by dinner and award program. Since 2004, the Zonta Club of Hilo has recognized outstanding women who have helped shape our community in order to provide visible examples for tomorrow’s women leaders. Funds raised at the Rose Award dinner and auction support Zonta Club of Hilo Foundation scholarships given to women pursuing higher education in public affairs, nursing, women’s studies, communication, business, and STEM, as well as Pay-it-Forward micro-grants to local women-owned businesses. To sponsor a table, get tickets, and/or make a donation, visit https://tinyurl.com/2024RoseAward
Mar 16 Saturday
The Kidney Walk, held in nearly 70 communities across the country, is the nation’s largest walk to fight kidney disease and a signature community fundraiser for the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii (NKFH) that provides an opportunity for families affected by kidney disease to join in hope and solidarity.
We want everyone to keep their kidneys healthy to maintain good quality of life. More than 1 in 7 adults are estimated to have kidney disease and 90% do not know their kidneys are at risk. Learn more about kidney disease, diabetes, and high blood pressure which all can lead to kidney failure. Join us on March 16, 2024 for Kidney Walk at Kapiolani Park. Register today and enjoy the walk around the park, health fair and entertainment.
Apr 06 Saturday
The North Kohala Community Resource Center’s 7th annual golf tournament will be held at Mauna Kea Resort’s Hapuna Golf Course on Saturday, April 6, 2024. Check-in for the four-person scramble tournament begins at 7:30am with a shotgun start at 8:30am. Cost is $175 per person and includes range balls, shared cart, green fees, a $20,000 Hole-In-One opportunity, prizes and lunch provided by Mauna Kea Resort. Want to do more than just play? Or, perhaps you’re not a golfer but want to help this extraordinary non-profit. Sponsor levels are available from just $100 to $7,000.
North Kohala Community Resource Center, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, enters its 22nd year of community support in 2024, possible through donors and sponsors who recognize the vital services, support, and programs NKCRC provides. Visit northkohala.org/golf to register or call 808-889-5523.
May 04 Saturday
Join Susan G. Komen for a glamorous Grand Prix affair revved up with the French accents, fast cars, marvelous cuisine and the music that ignites MONACO IN MAY. The Pink Tie Ball brings together community leaders, business partners, and fellow philanthropists for an unforgettable night of hope, and bold giving that champions our shared commitment for a world without breast cancer.