Donate your HawaiianMiles to any participating charity and you’ll receive a confirmation email for your donation once the process has been completed. At the end of the year, Hawaiian Airlines will match up to a half-million miles to each participating charity. Your donation of miles supports these non-profit organizations in fulfilling their services to Hawaiian communities. Mahalo for your support!
American Cancer Society Hawaii Pacific, Inc.
Dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem.
American Cancer Society Hawaii Pacific saves lives from cancer by: 1) Helping people stay well by educating them on steps they can take to prevent cancer and find it early; 2) Helping people get well by providing accurate and timely informational, emotional and practical support services; 3) Funding cancer research to further understand its causes, determine how best to prevent it, and discover new ways to cure it; and 4) Fighting back by encouraging federal and state lawmakers to fight cancer by continuing government funding of cancer research, creating smoke free communities and improving access to affordable, quality health care.
American Red Cross
Dedicated to preventing and alleviating human suffering.
The Hawaii State Chapter of the American Red Cross is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing and alleviating human suffering. The Red Cross helps people recover from disasters, teaches people how to save lives through first aid, CPR and other training, and provides emergency communication between Armed Forces service members and their families. The Hawaii Red Cross responds to an average of 140 disasters a year (one every 2-3 days). The Red Cross is not a government agency and relies solely on the aloha spirit of giving from people and corporations in Hawaii to provide critical services.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii
Helping children become responsible adults.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii is a preventive, nonprofit organization focused on helping children (ages 6-16) grow into responsible adults by matching them one-to-one with volunteer mentors. Since 1963, thousands of "Big Brothers" and "Big Sisters" have created a positive, lasting impact on Hawaii's children by sharing their friendship, guidance and support.
Blood Bank of Hawaii
Saving lives for more than 60 years.
Founded in 1941, the Blood Bank of Hawai'i (BBH) is a non-profit organization that provides lifesaving blood products to 11 civilian hospitals on Oahu and eight on the Neighbor Islands. Everyday in Hawai'i, hundreds of patients count on volunteer blood donors for their very survival. Typical uses for blood include cancer therapy, surgical procedures and treatment of accident victims, trauma patients and mothers and babies during childbirth.
Friends of Hokule'a and Hawai'iloa
Perpetuating the unique Hawaiian heritage
The Friends of Hokule'a and Hawai'iloa is a public non-profit organization dedicated to the perpetuation of Hawaiian canoe building traditions and values through the preservation and development of canoe building resources. By building, maintaining and, restoring canoes, they hope to improve understanding and appreciation for this unique Hawaiian heritage for all people.
HUGS (Help, Understanding, and Group Support)
Providing hope, support and services for special families
Established in 1982, HUGS (Help, Understanding and Group Support) is a 501(c)(3) private non-profit children's charity unique to Hawai'i, whose mission is to provide a variety of support services to a family in crisis whose child has been diagnosed as having a life-threatening illness or a medically fragile condition. HUGS services the entire family by facilitating peer interaction through family gatherings, peer support groups, and special events. They also coordinate volunteers who provide hospital visists, respite care and support at family events. For the past 24 years, HUGS has served thousands of families across the state of Hawaii.
Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project
The Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project is driven by science and dedicated to the conservation of Hawaii's native forest ecosystems. Formed in 1997, our mission is to develop and implement techniques that recover Maui's endangered birds and to restore their habitats through research, development, and application of conservation techniques.
In addition to research, we are actively trying to educate the public on endemic forest birds and their conservation on Maui.
National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii
Seeking to prevent kidney and urinary tract diseases
The National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii (NKFH) is the state's leading voluntary health agency dedicated to the detection, prevention and treatment of kidney and urinary tract diseases. As an advocacy group, the National Kidney Foundation helped shape legislation that allows Medicare to cover majority of medical costs for dialysis of kidney transplants. Prior to this legislation in the 1960s, many people did not survive after their kidneys failed.
Read Aloud America
Founded in Hawaii in 1995 by Jed Gaines, Read Aloud America is a nonprofit 501(C)3 organization that promotes literacy, encourages a love of reading in adults and children, and increases children's prospects for success in school and life.
Read Aloud Program (RAP) is an innovative family program that brings parents and children together for six sessions during one school semester and motivates them to read. The program is conducted at host schools which provide meeting space, volunteers, and logistical support. The host schools pay a small fee with smaller grants and contributions from local businesses and individual supporters.
Shriners Hostpital for Children of Honolulu
Providing comprehensive orthopedic care to children at no charge
The Honolulu Shriners Hospital is a 40 bed pediatric orthopedic hospital providing comprehensive orthopedic care to children at no charge. The hospital is one of 22 Shriners Hospitals throughout North America. It is equipped and staffed to care for children with congenital orthopedic deformities, problems resulting from orthopedic injuries, and diseases of the bones, joints and muscles. The Honolulu Shriners Hospital also treats patients with healed burns who, as a result of those burns, may have developed orthopedic complications, scarring and deformity of the limbs.
Special Olympics Hawaii
Be a fan of dignity, courage, acceptance and the human race.
The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills, and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community. There is never a fee to any athlete or their family to participate in our program.
If you want to contribute more than miles to your favorite charity, you may contact the organization directly for more information on how you can offer them your support.
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