Help us build PBS Hawaii's New Home

Leslie Wilcox, President and CEO of PBS Hawaii "So, how's the new building?" It's a question that my staff and I are frequently asked when we're out in the community.

And we wish we could respond, "It's a great place! Perfect for collaborations in education, arts and culture, and our role as storyteller." It's certainly a great place – on paper. We plan to break ground this summer on Nimitz Highway, at the entrance to Sand Island. Hawaii's charitable foundations, starting with The Clarence T.C. Ching Foundation, are leading the way in providing funding for a new facility for PBS Hawaii. And we have wonderful grassroots support from individuals in every part of the state, including the least-known fifth county – Kalawao, in Kalaupapa, Molokai.

Now, we're reaching out to more individuals to take us into the future.







Shaping Buildings, Shaping Lives: Q&A with Sheryl Seaman,
Architect of PBS Hawaii's NEW HOME

PBS Hawaii sat down with NEW HOME architect and project principal
Sheryl Seaman, AIA, ASID, LEED-AP, to talk about the process and
vision that went into the design of PBS Hawaii's NEW HOME.

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For almost 50 years, PBS Hawaii has harnessed the power of media for the good of citizens, regardless of where they live or their ability to pay. We've evolved with the times to keep serving the people of Hawaii as a universally accessible resource for things that matter, including civil discourse.

We welcome your support!

A hui hou,

Please consider making a tax-deductible gift to the NEW HOME Campaign and help make PBS Hawaii's new home a reality.

 


 



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