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Monty Richards Community Awards 2013 announced

MEDIA RELEASE Bank of Hawaii Foundation named Friends of the Future’s Hawaii Collaborative Health Initiative, Hilo Medical Center and Kona Hospital Foundation as the 2013 Bank of Hawaii Monty Richards Hawaii Island Community Award recipients. * Friends of the Future received $5,000 to purchase simulation equipment to help train neonatal resuscitation team members at Kona […]

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Ben Badua bringing tools for the cleanup (Photo courtesy of Sarah Anderson Photography)

Employees of IHS volunteer with Friends of the Future

Roya Sabri | Hawaii 24/7 Reporter On Friday June 7, employees of Information Handling Services (IHS) left their suits and ties at home to clean up the entrance of Waipio Valley. The Colorado-based information company invited 400 employees who met their performance goals to a conference in Hawaii. But IHS does not value only work […]

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Guy Toyama Memorial Fund kick off (April 26)

MEDIA RELEASE A kick off event for The Guy Toyama Memorial Fund is set for 4-7 p.m. Friday, April 26, 2013 at the NELHA Gateway Center. The event includes entertainment, pupus and refreshments. The fund seeks to advance innovation and entrepreneurship in areas of environmentally sound practices in Hawaii and Japan. The fund will provide […]

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Guy Toyama Memorial Fund supports entrepreneurship

MEDIA RELEASE A new memorial fund seeks to raise $1 million to honor the life and legacy of Hawaii visionary, Guy Toyama. Sustainability grants and scholarships will foster positive change worldwide. The Guy Toyama Memorial Fund seeks to advance innovation and entrepreneurship in areas of environmentally sound practices in Hawaii and around the world. The […]

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Friends of the Future reflects on 20 years of community work.

Friends of the Future reflects on 20 years of community work.

MEDIA RELEASE The Friends of the Future Annual Report, Kapaipai (to flourish), is now available online at www.FOFHawaii.org Kapaipai summarizes more than 20 years of work on Hawaii Island which began with a series of conversations celebrating pluralism, duality, and cultural diversity. A nonprofit organization, Friends of the Future has provided a home to more […]

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Tutu's House: Perspectives on health care (Sept. 21)

Tutu’s House: Perspectives on health care (Sept. 21)

MEDIA RELEASE “To find health should be the object of the doctor. Anyone can find disease.” — Andrew Taylor Still, 1874 Based on this quote, Dr. Brian Panik created ToFindHealth.com. Imagine you could step into a place where knowledgeable individuals would gladly offer you advice on a health goal or concern, at no cost. Thewebsite […]

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Treasure Hawaii auction benefits Friends of the Future

Treasure Hawaii auction benefits Friends of the Future

MEDIA RELEASE Admission to the Treasure Hawaii auction is free. That’s because this auction is held online. Anyone with access to a computer and the Internet can participate in the Treasure Hawaii auction by going to www.FOFHawaii.org An online auction is a win-win shopping experience. The successful Treasure Hawaii bidders wins the enjoyment of an […]

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Friends of the Future welcomes Na Kahumoku

Friends of the Future welcomes Na Kahumoku

MEDIA RELEASE Friends of the Future welcomes Na Kahumoku to its family of community-based programs. Initiated under the fiscal sponsorship of Family Services Hawaii in 2007, the mission of Na Kahumoku is aloha for each other, our island home, and mother earth – demonstrated by caring for each other, our environment and our community; mentoring; […]

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