Our impact
Collectively, we have made great progress and growth, but what excites us the most is the enormous potential we have to do even more.
Kawaiola Kapuni

  • Kamehameha Schools Class of 1960 Scholarship
  • The Emma Kailikapuolono Metcalf Beckley Nakuina Aloha ʻĀina Patriot Scholarship *

School attending next school year:
  • University of Hawai‘i at Manoa

Mahalo donors of the Kamehameha Schools Class of 1960 and The Emma Kailikapuolono Metcalf Beckley Nakuina Aloha Aina Patriot Scholarship! Your scholarships have inspired the utmost gratitude and have been life-changing, as it places me in a position to attend college at an affordable cost and, in the long run, access well-paying careers to relieve my family and me of any financial burden. Because of these scholarships, I can also foster growth in research that aligns with my fields of study, remain culturally connected to my Native Hawaiian identity, and work with various indigenous or people of color to identify intersectionalities within research. Mahalo Nui Loa for your generosity, kindness, and support in helping me to achieve my goals as a leader, researcher, and advocate for the Native Hawaiian community. Me ke aloha a me mālama pono!