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Hawaiian & Pacific Collections Department: Support Our Work

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COVID-19 Update

While the Hawaiian and Pacific Collections reading room is closed, and access to our collections is limited, we are working remotely and are available to help you.

Please see updates and how to contact us here.

The information provided on our webpages describe our collections and services generally, but may not reflect changes we are making as the situation evolves.

Support Our Work

The Hawaiian and Pacific Collections are unique research collections that advances scholarship about Hawaiʻi and the Pacific. We comprehensively collect published  and unpublished materials on the subject of Hawaiʻi and the Pacific. Our collections are the largest in the world and serve local, national, and international users. Every donation, no matter the amount, helps us. Please consider contributing to one of our enrichment funds.

Enrichment Funds

Hawaiian Collection Enrichment Fund
The Hawaiian Collection Enrichment Fund was established in 1999. The fund supports and enhances the Hawaiian Collection at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Library.

Pacific Collection Enrichment Fund
The Pacific Collection Enrichment Fund was established in 1993 with donations in honor of the retirement of the first curator of the Pacific Collection, Madame R. Renee Heyum, and later enhanced by her generous bequest. It continues to support Pacific scholars and librarians as it builds upon the high standards of collection development and spirit of service established by Miss Heyum. The fund supports and enhances the development of Pacific-related resources and services at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Library in general and in the Pacific Collection in particular.

To contribute to either of these funds, click on the fund titles above. You can also visit UH Foundation's main Make a Gift webpage for further donation information.