Mason Kekoa Scholarship Fund

One of the most common fears of parents that have lost a child at a very young age is that their child will be forgotten. In an effort to not only keep Mason Kekoa's memory alive but to also provide opportunities for Hawaii's youth, the Mason Kekoa Scholarship Fund was established in September 2016.

Created by the employer of Mason's father, Admor HVAC Products, the scholarship fund was developed to support a student seeking higher education with little means to financial resources. With your donation, we hope to continue to provide this opportunity to students for years to come.

100% of donations will be given to the Mason Kekoa Scholarship with the University of Hawaii Foundation and will therefore be tax-deductible.

Please make a donation by visiting www.uhfoundation.org/giving-opportunity/make-dreams-come-true or by clicking the image below:

 

Make a donation by mail or phone:

Please make checks payable to: University of Hawaii Foundation. Note "Mason Kekoa Scholarship" in the memo section.

You may mail to:

  1. Admor HVAC Products, 815 Waiakamilo Road, Honolulu, HI 96817; or
  2. University of Hawaii Foundation, P.O. Box 11270, Honolulu, HI 96828-0270

To make a donation by phone, please contact: Reeny at (808) 841-7400.

Thank you to all of our donors so far! Your contribution is greatly appreciated!

Apply for the Mason Kekoa Scholarship:

Scholarship Qualifications: Applicant must be a 2017 graduate of Lahainaluna or Mililani High School with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Applicant must also require some degree of financial aid and attend a college within the University of Hawaii system full-time upon graduation.

 

The University of Hawai'i Foundation was established in 1955 to encourage private support for the University of Hawai'i. Today it is the central fundraising organization for the UH System and is contracted by the Board of Regents to be the sole provider of fundraising and alumni services. In addition to fundraising, the Foundation manages more than 5,000 gift accounts for the benefit of the university and its students. For additional information on the University of Hawaii Foundation, visit there website here.