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Invest in Punahou’s Future and Create Benefits for You and Your Family


For more than 170 years, planned gifts have been a significant resource for Punahou School, making extraordinary opportunities possible for generations of students. Bequests and beneficiary designations are often the gifts with the greatest impact, and they can also be the easiest way to give.

A thoughtful gift and estate plan can help satisfy personal financial-planning needs and allow you to maintain control of your assets, while providing Punahou with important long-term support. Life income gifts provide income for you today and support for Punahou tomorrow.

Explore the many ways you can accomplish your financial goals and maximize your philanthropic goals through effective gift planning. If your plans already include a gift to Punahou, please let us know. The goal is to implement your philanthropic intentions and celebrate your participation in the vision of Punahou School.

Interested in making a gift?

Please contact the Office of Gift Planning today for the answers to your questions or to learn more about how gift planning can benefit you and Punahou. Your inquiry is always confidential.

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With Gratitude

Punahou School is grateful to the alumni and friends who made significant contributions to the school through a planned gift. Their legacies of generosity and commitment to the School's future success will forever be a part of Punahou's story.

CYNTHIA M. BLACK '70
supported education in the arts at Punahou School with a gift from her estate.

JONATHAN Y.C. CHING '68
a longtime supporter of Punahou School, left a gift to provide financial aid to qualified students through the Dr. Jonathan Y.C. Ching '68 Endowed Scholarship.

JOHN R. (1906) and JULIA DESHA
named Punahou as the charitable remainder beneficiary of a charitable remainder trust. Their gift is being used to support financial aid for students, Professional Programs at Punahou and capital improvements.

DAVID M. DIBRELL
provided support for students in perpetuity through the David M. Dibrell Endowed Scholarship Fund, which was established with a gift from his charitable remainder trust.

PATRICIA M. KELLEY '55
named Punahou as a beneficiary of her life insurance policy, ensuring a gift to the Patricia Kelley '55 and Gerald "Pete" Petrequin Endowed Financial Aid upon her passing.

CHARLES F. STORY
made a specific bequest to establish the Tamara Story Ota and Karen Story Snow Endowed Financial Aid Fund in appreciation for the quality of education his daughters received at Punahou.

NANCY SHEDD '40 BAILEY
established an endowed financial aid fund in her name with a distribution from her trust, helping to make a Punahou education accessible to qualified students regardless of their families' financial circumstances.

HOPE K. STAAB
was a member of the Punahou faculty for 37 years and former director of Wo International Center. Out of love and appreciation for her Punahou 'ohana, Hope named Punahou School as a beneficiary of her retirement account to establish the Hope K. Staab Global Education Fund, which will provide enduring support for global education and Wo International Center.

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