“I appreciate the time, effort and generosity that you ladies put into this organization.  I will be putting these funds toward my clinical trip to Oahu working at Kapiolani this fall semester as it is an added expenditure.  I know I am blessed and this generosity will always remain with me.  I will use this to help others in need, especially women.  You ladies instill in me the value of doing good to those who are in need.” 

your donations make a difference to kauai's women. 

“I have felt the support of the Zonta Club of Hanalei all these five years and I am so grateful for it! Not just the financial support—but the encouragement and boost of confidence that the awards ceremony provides every year. You ladies have been a great support and encouragement throughout my college education.”

how your donation helps at the local and international level

 

Funds from the Zonta Club of Hanalei Foundation are used primarily to support charitable programs on Kauai for women and children, and to provide scholarship awards for Garden Island women who are college bound or preparing to return to the workforce. 





All Zonta Clubs contribute to the Zonta International Foundation (ZIF). Support from the ZIF helps thousands of women and girls overcome gender barriers to educational and professional advancement; provides opportunities for women to earn higher wages and achieve economic independence; ensures that women and children have access to quality, affordable health care; and strives to end violence against women and help survivors rebuild their lives.

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Your support will make a big difference in advancing the status of women on Kauai and around the globe.  Mahalo! 


Please consider making a donation.  The Zonta Club of Hanalei Foundation is a 501(c) 3 charitable organization.  Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by US law.



“My first year at Boise State University went very well as I made the Dean’s List and am serving the community by volunteering for 3 organizations.  This scholarship means a great deal to me and my family.”