AUW

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AcronymDefinition
AUWAsian University for Women (Bangladesh)
AUWAloha United Way (Hawaii)
AUWAgricultural University of Wageningen (Netherlands)
AUWAll Up Weight (Gross)
AUWAuto Union Workers
AUWAuthorized Unpriced Work
AUWAs You Want
AUWAs You Wish
AUWAirframe Unit Weight
AUWAdvanced Undersea Weapon
AUWAnti-Underwater Warfare
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Blue Jay Wireless, in Hawaii, partnered with Aloha United Way of Hawaii nearly a year ago and that has afforded the company the ability to reach out to many who may qualify for Lifeline service, the company said.
Aloha United Way of Hawaii recently approached Blue Jay Wireless Hawaii and proposed a tandem financial contribution to support their upcoming efforts to give a waterproof zipper pouch to those that are literally homeless, without the assistance of a shelter, during the upcoming 2017 state-wide Point in Time Counts/Surveys (PITS).
Aloha United Way of Hawaii will provide other resource information in the pouch, as well.
WESTMINSTER - Aloha United Way in Honolulu will launch a youth leadership and community improvement program, thanks to a $30,000 grant awarded by SimplexGrinnell, a Tyco business, with funds contributed by employees during the company's annual United Way Campaign.
This fall, Aloha United Way will implement the school-based program, which empowers students to design and launch lasting social ventures that have a positive impact in the community.
We are very excited to implement this program, which is transforming young people's lives," said Pamela Maeda, vice president, fundraising and major gifts for Aloha United Way.
How about the men and women in uniform volunteering untold hours of support for the homeless, children in need, and our senior citizens; cleaning up Diamond Head and our beaches and parks; fighting to stamp out drugs; and helping local charities like the Great Aloha Run and Aloha United Way raise its funds?
According to Irv Lauber, president of Aloha United Way and the Aloha Chapter of the National Society of Fundraising Executives - an organization that provides training in such areas as fundraising and ethics - people still want to give to charities but are growing more selective.
The American Lung Association, Easter Seals and Aloha United Way - all locally run - also still have to submit financial information to their national parent.
He's chairing the Aloha United Way's International Division - a position traditionally held by established, respected Japanese business leaders - and the Japan Hawaii Travel Association's Crime Prevention Committee.
He held seats on the boards of the Hawaii Visitors Bureau, the Hawaii International Film Festival and the Japanese Chamber of Commerce, and the 1991 presidency of Aloha United Way's International Development Committee.