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Kalaeloa HomeAid Project

HomeAid Hawaii is a 501(c)(3) non-profit comprised of Hawaii’s developers, members of the building industry, and industry related fields. The organization partners with non-profit service providers to provide pro-bono assistance to address Hawaii’s homelessness crisis. A team of builders, professional service providers and private donors, including our team at Ronald N.S. Ho & Associates, Inc. …

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New $160 million Hawaii State Hospital facility is ready to accept patients

The new $160 million 144-bed psychiatric facility at the Hawaii State Hospital is now set to begin housing its first patients. The new building at the Kaneohe campus provides state-of-the-art security, with rooms and common areas equipped with hundreds of digital cameras, clear lines of sight, design features for patient safety, elevators with separate compartments …

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19th Annual UHM College of Engineering Banquet

On April, 25, 2019, our president, Sean Sugai, was recognized for his contributions to the University of Hawaii’s College of Engineering during its 19th Annual Banquet held at the Hawaii Convention Center. The theme of the event was “inspired by the principles of sustainability and resilience.” Sean, among other students, faculty, alumni, and friends, gathered …

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RNSHA Blood Drive

On August 22, 2018, RNSHA hosted a Community Blood Drive . With participation from RNSHA, Belt Collins LLC, and our community, we were able to register 28 donors, of which 10 were first-time donors. 25 units of blood were collected and may result in touching the lives of up to 75 patients. Thank you to …

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RNSHA School Supply Drive

RNSHA participated in a School Supplies Drive this Summer for nearby Fern Elementary School. We were able to donate various items including composition books, binders, pencils, glue sticks, and slippers. Principal Glen Miyasato was very appreciative and informed us the School will be able to use the donated items for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year.

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