Our Foundation

The aio Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that supports programs that empower Hawaii. Our aim is to provide young people with skills and knowledge to be self-sustaining, community-minded individuals who work toward making the islands a better place for future generations to come.

If you would like to donate to the aio Foundation, please do so through AmazonSmile or via PayPal ($25 Donation or Open Donation)

 

Our foundation

The aio Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that supports programs that empower Hawaii. Our aim is to provide young people with skills and knowledge to be self-sustaining, community-minded individuals who work toward making the islands a better place for future generations to come.

If you would like to donate to the aio Foundation, please do so through AmazonSmile or via PayPal ($25 Donation or Open Donation)

 

Kahauiki Village

Building Futures

Kahauiki is an affordable, plantation-style community designed for homeless families. The project is being developed as a result of key partnerships between businesses, government and other community organizations.

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Kahauiki Village

Building Futures

Kahauiki is an affordable, plantation-style community designed for homeless families. The project is being developed as a result of key partnerships between businesses, government and other community organizations.

Visit website >

2017 Wahine Experience

The UH Athletic Department and the aio Foundation present
2017 Wahine Experience

Come celebrate Rainbow Wahine Athletics! Especially for girls and boys 8th grade and under, the Wahine Experience will feature Rainbow Wahine Coaches, Players, Celebrity Alumni, Cheerleaders and the UH Band!

Saturday, October 21, 2017
4:00 – 6:00 pm
University of Hawaii at Manoa,
T.C. Ching Field

Enjoy interactive games, demos and prize giveaways!

  • UH Admissions will also be on hand to provide helpful information on college academic requirements and financial aid.
  • Admission is absolutely free!
  • Keiki will receive a free Under Armour event Tshirt while supplies last.
  • Everyone who attends can receive a free ticket to the Rainbow Wahine Volleyball match at 7 pm that night.

Pre-register >

VEX IQ

VEX IQ robotics provides hands-on, minds-on experiences to inspire student interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Participants develop critical life skills and learn about teamwork, communication, problem solving and time management.

With support from the aio Foundation, corporations and government, VEX IQ participation in Hawaii has increased 600 percent in just four years, with the number of participating teams approaching 300.

Visit website >

Reach the Runway

Reach the Runway is a mentorship program, with middle school students shadowing a professional in various creative jobs and contributing to a larger group project.

Participants design and execute projects, which culminate in the collective creation of a magazine cover. Throughout the year, participants gain valuable experience and work as a team to plan, design and execute a professional project.

Visit website >

Center for Tomorrow's Leaders

The Foundation has also partnered with the Center for Tomorrow’s Leaders’ Ambassadors program, providing students with mentors in a variety of industries. Mentors work closely with students to formalize project ideas, create a roadmap to execute, then implement their plans.

Visit website >

2017 Wahine Experience

The UH Athletic Department and the aio Foundation present
2017 Wahine Experience

Come celebrate Rainbow Wahine Athletics! Especially for girls and boys 8th grade and under, the Wahine Experience will feature Rainbow Wahine Coaches, Players, Celebrity Alumni, Cheerleaders and the UH Band!

Saturday, October 21, 2017
4:00 – 6:00 pm
University of Hawaii at Manoa,
T.C. Ching Field

Enjoy interactive games, demos and prize giveaways!

  • UH Admissions will also be on hand to provide helpful information on college academic requirements and financial aid.
  • Admission is absolutely free!
  • Keiki will receive a free Under Armour event Tshirt while supplies last.
  • Everyone who attends can receive a free ticket to the Rainbow Wahine Volleyball match at 7 pm that night.

Pre-register >

VEX IQ

VEX IQ robotics provides hands-on, minds-on experiences to inspire student interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Participants develop critical life skills and learn about teamwork, communication, problem solving and time management.

With support from the aio Foundation, corporations and government, VEX IQ participation in Hawaii has increased 600 percent in just four years, with the number of participating teams approaching 300.

Visit website >

Reach the Runway

Reach the Runway is a mentorship program, with middle school students shadowing a professional in various creative jobs and contributing to a larger group project.

Participants design and execute projects, which culminate in the collective creation of a magazine cover. Throughout the year, participants gain valuable experience and work as a team to plan, design and execute a professional project.

Visit website >

Center for Tomorrow's Leaders

The Foundation has also partnered with the Center for Tomorrow’s Leaders’ Ambassadors program, providing students with mentors in a variety of industries. Mentors work closely with students to formalize project ideas, create a roadmap to execute, then implement their plans.

Visit website >