In the last seven decades, Dana Harimoto ’59 Izumi has played many roles at Punahou: student, teacher, parent, grandparent, volunteer and donor.
Music has been a part of Pat Quilter’s ’64 life from an early age. He remembers spending hours listening to records as a child, together with his younger brother, Matt ’67.
How Dana Haimoff ’87 entered Punahou is a telling illustration of the independence and drive that would make her one of the most successful women in private equity investing today.
Data scientist and trustee of the VoLo Foundation, David Vogel ’91, is passionate about educating and preparing students to help solve some of the challenges facing the planet.
Inspired by his Punahou teachers, Arita established the A.I.M. High Endowed Financial Aid Fund to provide young students with the opportunity to dream big and to achieve their fullest potential.
Although she lived thousands of miles from Hawai‘i, Punahou was never far from Frances “Flash” Thompson’s Heart.
With nearly four decades teaching at Punahou and four generations of Punahou alumni, the couple’s ties to the school run deep
Mitsunaga fulfilled her longstanding intent, making a generous gift toward the Kosasa Community
The School's Changing Lives Challenge raised $16 million in gifts and pledges to financial aid
Margie Atherton ’69 Newell, Balbi Atherton ’67 Brooks and Frank Cooke Atherton II ’66 created an endowed financial aid fund
As a member of "The Tankettes," she has been volunteering twice a week for the past 19 years
As seasoned supporters of countless organizations and causes, the pair regard purposeful gifting as a mindful act that syncs with what matters to them