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FRIENDS OF HAWAII CHARITIES ANNOUNCES 2021 CHARITABLE GRANTS DISTRIBUTIONS

On April 6, Friends of Hawaii Charities will announce a record $1.3 million in grants to Hawaii’s non-profit community...

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INNOVATIVE COLLABORATION MEETS COVID IMPACT: THE STRENGTH OF OUR GIVING

A record $1.3 million in vital funding was distributed to Hawaii charities from funds raised through the 2021 Sony Open in Hawaii with support from Sony...

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HEADING IN FOR A STRONG FINISH! ALOHA FOR HAWAII CHARITIES

Today is the last day to show your "Aloha for Hawaii Charities! When you donate to a participating charity through the Aloha for Hawaii Charities campaign period...

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FIRST HAWAIIAN BANK

A sponsor from the start, First Hawaiian Bank is like family to the Sony Open in Hawaii and Friends of Hawaii Charities, championing our bid to raise $1.2 million...

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2021 SONY OPEN IN HAWAII BIRDIE BUFFET

Congratulations to 2021 Sony Open in Hawaii Champion Kevin Na! Perfect weather conditions at Waialae Country Club allowed PGA TOUR pros to partake of a birdie buffet...

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MAHALO TO OUR VOLUNTEER OHANA!

PGA TOUR pros say "Mahalo" to all of our hard-working Sony Open in Hawaii volunteers for producing another world-class PGA TOUR event! Your support of the Sony Open in...

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2021 SONY OPEN IN HAWAII SUNDAY BUNCH

Brendan Steele’s bogey-free birdie-birdie finish propelled him two strokes ahead of the crowd after Saturday’s third round at the 2021 Sony Open in Hawaii. Steele is the...

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SERVCO PACIFIC, INC.

The Sony Open in Hawaii's local sponsors lay the foundation for the strength of our giving. Every January a fleet of tournament-branded Toyota vehicles are on the roads...

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2021 SONY OPEN IN HAWAII ROLLING INTO THE WEEKEND

Canadian Nick Taylor sits atop the leaderboard, two strokes ahead of a pack of other pro golfers including 2013 tournament champion Russell Henley, Stewart Cink, Webb...

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STEWART CINK IS SMITTEN WITH HAWAII

Stewart Cink shot a seven-under 63 on Friday and was tied for second two strokes back from the leader after the first two rounds at Waialae Country Club. Cink spoke with the...

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FIVE DAYS LEFT FOR ALOHA FOR HAWAII CHARITIES

'Aha Kane's mission is to strengthen the Native Hawaiian community through nurturing and perpetuating the traditional male roles and responsibilities that contribute to the...

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2021 SONY OPEN IN HAWAII IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Joaquin Niemann, Jason Kokrak and Peter Malnati took advantage of the optimal weather conditions and firm fairways to share the lead after Thursday's opening...

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SONY SUPPORTS HAWAII ARTISTS

Sony commissioned Kailua illustrator and graphic designer Kate Wadsworth to create the cover art for the 2021 Sony Open in Hawai’i program guide. Shining a spotlight on...

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SHOW YOUR ALOHA FOR HAWAII CHARITIES!

The word "hui" in Hawaiian can be translated into "a club, an association, an alliance." 2020 Friends of Hawaii Charities grant recipient Family Hui Hawaii is an organization that...

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HELPING HAWAII'S FAMILIES

The word "hui" in Hawaiian can be translated into "a club, an association, an alliance." 2020 Friends of Hawaii Charities grant recipient Family Hui Hawaiiis an organization...

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2021 SONY OPEN IN HAWAII READY FOR THE FIRST ROUND!

Twenty-nine of the 42 players who competed at Maui's Sentry Tournament of Champions (including STOC champ Harris English) are scheduled to tee it up...

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THE STARTER FOR THE 2021 SONY OPEN IN HAWAII

The PGA TOUR’s first full-field event of the calendar year officially starts today with a Monday Pro-Am to open Tournament Week for the 2021 Sony Open in Hawaii...

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During challenging times, local charities can count on the Strength of Our Giving

During challenging times, local charities can count on the strength of our giving. HOPE Services Hawaii was one of 110 local charity beneficiaries that received a grant in...

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Practice is now in session

The 2021 Sony Open in Hawaii field is on fire! The list of past champions returning to Waialae Country Club next week has grown with Cameron Smith hoping to defend...

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SONY OPEN IN HAWAII VOLUNTEERS SHINE A LIGHT ON THE STRENGTH OF OUR GIVING

Caring for people is what Michele Akahane, chair of the tournament's First Aid Committee and her volunteers - local firefighters, police officers and nurses...

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Tournament Week Tees

Defending champion Cameron Smith is scheduled to compete in the 2021 Sony Open in Hawaii along with seven past champions including 2003-2004 back-to-back winner Ernie Els...

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Sony Open in Hawaii is a win-win for local charities The Strength of Our Giving

Local charities are the biggest winners of the Sony Open in Hawaii! Since 1999, Friends of Hawaii Charities has raised...

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A Gift that Gives "Aloha for Hawaii Charities"

Despite the challenges COVID-19 has presented, the Read To Me International team continues to provide services to parents, educators, and caregivers of young children.

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Sony Open in Hawaii is the Venue for The Strength of Our Giving

A new year and a very different Sony Open in Hawaii is upon us.

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The Season of Giving: Aloha for Hawaii Charities

The Maui Farm provides transitional housing and life skills training to local women and their children who have recently overcome significant life challenges...

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Mele Kalikimaka to you and your ohana! from the land where palm trees sway

Longtime Sony Open in Hawaii sponsor, The Chan Foundation is an example of the strength of our giving and how each of us can play...

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A Win-Win for You and Your Team

2021 Sony Open in Hawaii Pro-Am spots still available!Score big opportunities and big dividends! Take a swing at an exclusive team-building opportunity for you...

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Show your Aloha for Hawaii Charities!

During the Covid-19 pandemic, Purple Maiʻa quickly pivoted to provide their technology education classes for keiki (children) through a live online format.

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MVV (Most Valuable Volunteer!)

Bobby Tsumura holds a tournament record! The 2021 Sony Open in Hawaii will mark Bobby's 40th year volunteering for the tournament at Waialae Country Club.

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2021 BRIDGE AWARD BY THE JAPAN-AMERICA SOCIETY OF HAWAII

November 10, 2020 - Sony Corporation has been awarded the 2021 Bridge Award by the Japan-America Society of Hawaii. Every year, JASH honors an individual...

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2020 SONY OPEN IN HAWAII SUMMARY

Ho'omaika'i to our 2020 Sony Open in Hawaii champion Cameron Smith! The Australian was the last man standing Sunday after a rare week of wind and rain at the...

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