Supporting Our Community

UHA encourages a culture of wellness and community service among our associates. We believe that BETTER HEALTH means a BETTER LIFE for each of us. To this end, UHA is pleased to annually sponsor community events that provide activities promoting better health. In addition, UHA awards each associate up to 8 hours of annual paid leave to participate in approved community services.


Arthritis Foundation Hawaii

Arthritis Walk

Over 50 million Americans (1 in 5 adults) and 300,000 children are affected by the chronic pain and disability of arthritis or a related disease. In Hawaii, over 236,000 people suffer from one of the 120 different forms of Arthritis. UHA is proud to serve on the Hawaii Advisory Board for this organization, and has sponsored the annual Arthritis Walk for the last two years.

Visit Arthirits Foundation Hawaii's website for more information about their cause and programs to help those affected by arthritis.

Arthritis Hawaii​ 

Blood Bank of Hawaii

Annual Blood Drive

There are many ways to save lives and support the community. Donating the gift of blood is a valuable way in which UHA associates give back to our community. A corporate sponsor since 2004, UHA holds approximately 4 blood drives per year.

To join us in support of this lifesaving effort, please visit the Blood Bank of Hawaii website at

Blood Bank Hawaii

American Heart Association

Oahu Heart Walk

UHA is a proud annual sponsor of the Oahu Heart Walk, organized by the American Heart Association.
Cardiovascular diseases are America’s number one killer and a leading cause of disability. UHA promotes lowering cardiovascular disease risks in our own company by providing opportunities and rewards for increasing the amount and intensity of physical activity and eating a variety of healthy foods.

For more information on the walk or to donate, please click here.

American Diabetes Association

Step Out! Walk to Stop Diabetes

According to the statistics from the American Diabetes Association, 30 million children and adults have diabetes in the United States. Type-two diabetes is a preventable disease. For more information about the Diabetes Walk, please visit their website.

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American Lung Association

Lung Force Walk

Lung cancer is the number one cancer killer of both women and men in the United States. To learn more about the Lung Force Walk, click here.

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March of Dimes

March For Babies Walk

UHA partners with the March of Dimes as an annual sponsor of the March For Babies Walk. Funds raised by this event go towards improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth, and infant mortality. For more information about the March of Dimes walk, please click here.

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