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GIVE TO THE EAST-WEST CENTER

LEAVING A LEGACY

Jaswinder (Jay) Brara and his brother, Arvinder (Ari) were East-West Center grantees during the 1970s. Jay and Ari and their families established the Brara Brothers Fellowships to provide awards to Degree Fellows from India and the United States.
 

"We spent three memorable years at the East-West Center (1977-1980) that changed and enriched our lives in countless ways. By including the East-West Center in our estate, we feel the funds would be well utilized in giving an opportunity to deserving candidates and help in promoting international understanding and culture."                                                                        ---Jaswinder and Geeta Brara
                                                                                                

 

A gift from your estate can be designated to student scholarships or a program at the East-West Center. The East-West Legacy Society recognizes alumni and friends who support the mission of the East-West Center in their estate plans.
 

Whatever its size, your gift to the Center will make a difference. See Giving Opportunities.

 

 

 

SUPPORT OUTSTANDING PROGRAMS

students in a group
Asia Pacific Leadership Fellows learn to lead in an era of rapid cultural, economic, social, and technological change.
Students explore Asian art
Public performances and school visits reach thousands every year.

Generous gifts from the Hawai'i Pacific Rim Society have long supported innovative leadership and arts programming.

Gifts from the Society have enabled 238 students from 36 countries to particpate in the Asia Pacific Leadership Program.

250,000 Hawai'i students and community members have been exposed to Asia Pacific art forms. 

A new 2.3 million dollar gift from the Society ensures that these important experiences will be available for many more years.

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