Help Us Build the Future for Our Keiki
Caring for a child means caring for the family. Yet, limited space has made it hard for parents to remain with their child overnight. That’s why it’s critical that we expand Kapi‘olani – so parents will never have to leave their child’s bedside again.
Future Kapi‘olani NICU/PICU Medical Tower (conceptual rendering)
Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women & Children is a not-for-profit hospital dedicated to delivering exceptional and often life-saving medical care to women and children right here in Hawai‘i. This remarkable care is provided in a facility that needs to expand to better accommodate 21st century medical advances. A renovation and expansion is long overdue and essential to the healthy future of Hawai‘i’s most precious resource – its children. But we can’t do it alone. Please give to support this important project. With its $30 million goal, The Campaign for Hawai'i's Children is the largest philanthropic effort in Hawai'i for the health care of our keiki and is focused on the first phase of a multi-phased renewal of Kapi'olani.
On November 5, the Plumbing and Mechanical Contractors Association of Hawaii - Plumbers & Fitters Local Union 675 (PAMCAH-UA Local 675) presented a gift of $100,000 to Kapi‘olani Health Foundation in support of the Campaign for Hawai'i's Children.
(l-r) Michael Robinson, president, Kapi‘olani Health Foundation, Sam Fujikawa, PAMCAH-UA Local 675, Kent Matsuzaki, PAMCAH-UA Local 675, Gregg Serikaku, PAMCAH-UA Local 675, Martha Smith, CEO Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women & Children, Francis Chun, PAMCAH-UA Local 675, Reginald Castanares, PAMCAH-UA Local 675, Ray Vara, president & CEO, Hawaii Pacific Health, Valentino Ceria, PAMCAH-UA Local 675, Mark Suzuki, PAMCAH-UA Local 675.