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Circle of Giving

A belated mahalo nui loa to Jason W. Hanawalt for his legacy gift to HHHRC. As a beneficiary of the Jason W. Hanawalt trust, HHHRC will be able to support our community for years to come. Born in Indiana, Jason spent the latter half of his life in Hawaii and wanted to ensure that LGBTQ+ community had the type of sustainable support provided by his gift. If you or someone you know would like to learn more about leaving a legacy gift to HHHRC and its programs, please contact us.


Mahalo to the Transgender Strategy Center for their generous grant in support of the work of the Kua῾ana Project.


Mahalo to the First Unitarian Church of Honolulu for inviting us to talk about our work on May 8, Mother’s Day, and for its generous contribution. Grants & Advancement Manager Nikos Leverenz was accompanied by his mother Valerie and his father Roman.

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