Sponsorship


Our Sponsors make our projects possible, and we are deeply grateful for their generous support and ongoing commitment to Hawaii’s LGBTQ+ community.

The Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation and its Honolulu Pride Committee would like to thank all of our Sponsors for their continued support – especially during such unprecedented times in our lives. Due to the unpredictable nature of COVID-19 and the surge of case counts during summer 2021, Honolulu Pride (like our 2020 celebration) was a series of virtual events and programs, with all the fun, educational and inspiring programs from last year, plus a few new surprises.

Like everyone, we felt a responsibility to help protect our community, so we hosted a 2021 Virtual Honolulu Pride that included the KHON2/KHII special program Aloha With Pride, the Tiny Floats Parade (with prizes!), a series of Rainbow Town Halls, the wildly popular Virtual After Party, new Faces of Pride and Coming Out Day online projects, and the first-ever Kapaemahu Ceremony. And we once again installed the Rainbows Over Waikiki Pride Banners thanks to presenting sponsor Hawaiian Airlines.

We’re also working to produce several in-person events, depending on public health considerations, like our Vision Without Limits Gala and Awards, the Pride Community Picnic  and a new Honolulu Pride Ride toward the end of 2021 or during 2022.

In 2020-2021our virtual programs including the KHON2 broadcasts and our streaming projects helped us reach our largest audience ever. Please review our 2020 Impact Report and stay tuned for our 2021 Report.

If you’re interested in becoming a 2022 Sponsor of the Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation and Honolulu Pride, please contact board members Jennifer Li or Jim Miller or Eduardo Hernandez. They’ll work with you to create a sponsorship that enhances your company’s engagement with the LGBTQ+ community and your participation in Hawaii’s culture of diversity and inclusion. Mahalo.


Mahalo to our 2021 Sponsors.

To learn about the benefits of 2022 Sponsorship, please contact Jennifer Li or Jim Miller or Eduardo Hernandez.