Ho’olaule’a

Pi’ilani Hawaiian Civic of Colorado Annual Ho’olaule’a

August 27, 2015, Highlands Ranch Civic Green Park

The Piʻilani board has decided to turn the Hoʻolauleʻa into an annual event. This past year, Hoʻolauleʻa was held on August 22 at Highlands Ranch Civic Green Park. We enjoyed a lot of good food, music, and crafts that celebrated our Hawaiian heritage.

Sponsorship Levels:

We respectfully invite you to participate as a sponsor in this multicultural celebration of Aloha.  As a sponsor at the level you deem appropriate, your organization will benefit from extended exposure through media campaigns and promotional efforts.  Our event attracts upwardly mobile people all along the Front Range, and especially from South Metro Denver and Douglas county neighborhoods.  For a small donation, you’ll be able to enjoy excellent exposure to the festival attendees.  Monies raised by the Ho’olaule’a help provide resources for the under-served Hawaiian and Polynesian community in Colorado.  Pi’ilani Hawaiian Civic Club of Colorado offers college scholarships, language and cultural classes, as well as civic and community service activities.

Please consider the Ho’olaule’a celebration as an investment for your 2016 marketing or charitable services budget

Piʻilani manAli`i:  your name or organization will be listed on our website, be included in the program as an ad, along with being mentioned during one or more of the intermission breaks on stage

Minimum donation…………………………………………………………$ 200.00

 

PakalanaPakalana:    your name or organization will be included in the program as an ad, along with being mentioned during one or more of the intermission breaks on stage   

Minimum donation…………………………………………………………………$150.00

TuberoseTuberose Level:     your name or organization will be listed in the program along with being mentioned during one or more of the intermission breaks on stage

Minimum donation…………………………………………………………….….$ 25.00

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE HOʻOLAULEʻA SPONSORSHIP FORM

Would you like to volunteer?

Piʻilani is a volunteer-driven organization, and so is the hoʻolauleʻa. We cannot host this event without the kokua (help) of all of our volunteers. Would you care to take a more active role as a volunteer at this years hoʻolauleʻa? Know of anyone who might be interested?

Please contact Lynette Asperin at lynette.k.asperin@ulalaunch.com