Education Scholarships Available

AlohaCare News Release
Scholarships of up to $5,000 per year are available for Molokai residents who are AlohaCare members pursuing higher education in a healthcare related field.
To help celebrate World Health Day on April 7, nonprofit healthcare plan AlohaCare pledged to donate $1 million this year through its Imua Loa giving program. The program supports community organizations and future healthcare workers to help improve the health and well-being of our community. AlohaCare welcomes applicants for 2024 funding. Submissions will be reviewed and awarded on a rolling basis until June 3 for scholarships and through Oct. 31 for other funding requests until funds have been distributed.
In 2023, AlohaCare gave over $1 million to fund health-related donations, workforce scholarships, grants and sponsorships across the state. Geographical diversity is an important goal of the program.
“AlohaCare has always shared our resources for the betterment of our community,” said Francoise Culley-Trotman, CEO of AlohaCare. “As we celebrate our 30th anniversary, Imua Loa is helping us to reach diverse partners who share our commitment to individual and community wellness.”
Giving categories include grants, sponsorships, charitable donations and scholarships. Priority will be given to submissions that focus on better outcomes for our low-income or underserved populations.
Organizations and individuals interested in learning more about Imua Loa and the application process may visit imualoa.alohacare.org or email imualoa@alohacare.org. Scholarship applications are due on June 3, 2024. Applications for grants, sponsorships and charitable donations are due by Oct. 31, 2024.



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