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All proceeds and donations go towards UVSC's mission to fight cancer. At UVSC there are no salaries - all donations go directly to the source. Feel safe, as all donations are processed securely. Thank you!

IF WE CHOOSE TO GIVE MORE THAN WE TAKE THE WORLD WILL BE A BETTER PLACE.

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UVSC is a recognized tax exempt 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. Donations are greatly appreciated and with no salary or offices expenses, will go towards helping those afflicted by cancer.  All monetary donations are 100% tax deductible and UVSC will provide you with a necessary receipt for tax purposes.

SUPPORTED CANCER FIGHTERS

TEKAURINUIOTEKAUPAPAWAKA KA’ULUKU HIDEO TANAKA

In December of 2020, Tekauri’s mom and dad noticed a lazy eye and took Tekauri to get glasses but that did not seem to help little Tekauri. While Tekauri was in the hospital in January of 2021, an MRI revealed a large tumor located in Tekauri’s brain stem. Tekauri and his mom were immediately transported via medivac to Kapiolani Hospital on Oahu where two days later Tekauri underwent surgery to remove the cancerous tumor. Tekauri has since begun his 11 month maintenance chemotherapy plan and is receiving treatment on Oahu at Kapiolani. You can read Tekauri’s full story here.

JAMES GONZALEZ-WESLEY

James Gonzalez-Wesley is a sweet, affectionate 4 year old boy with a playful laugh and dimples that bring a smile and joy to everyone he meets. His parents noticed James was not gaining weight and after a blood test confirmed possible cancer, he was diagnosed with b-ALL Leukemia on 1/21/20. James is on an intensive chemotherapy regimen that involves 5 chemo drugs and although weak from treatment, still manages moments of humor and tender sweetness. You can read James’ full story here.

KAHALAU AU HOON

Kahalau is an adorable 3 year old from Maui who was diagnosed with stage 3 Neuroblastoma in June 2017. Little Kahalau is currently undergoing Chemotherapy treatment and fortunately is responding well. She is gaining strength and fighting hard, while impressing everyone daily with her positive attitude. You can read Kehalau’s full story here.

PAST BENEFICIARIES

TAVIN HASHIMOTO

Tavin Hashimoto was a nine year old living in Kula, Maui with his parents and two younger siblings. In March of 2017 the family was devastated to learn that young Tavin had Acute Myeloid Leukemia, an aggressive form of leukemia. After Tavin’s cancer went into remission in October 2017, the family received the unfortunate news that Tavin’s cancer had returned. You can read Tavin’s full story here.

CHRISTA WITTMIER

Christa Wittmier, a Honolulu legend, was diagnosed with late stage breast cancer in May of 2015. She fought hard and was soon cleared of cancer, however, a year later it returned more aggressively as Stage IV breast cancer and moved to different parts of her body. You can read Christa’s full story here.

SUPPORTED RESEARCH

The UVSC Board, relying on their cancer-fighting expertise, will select and fund the most cutting-edge research to find a cure.