Please support us with your
Donor Contribution

With the successful completion of our Capital Campaign which has allowed the NVMC to complete its physical campus debt –free, we will refocus our attention to our mission and vision: to perpetuate the legacy of the Nisei veterans through education and service. This will require your continued support to maintain and operate our existing facilities, our “ living memorial”, and to carry out our educational goals.

The NVMC has established annual giving donor categories to encourage and recognize those who support the center in these endeavors. Names of all donors will be published in the issues of Okage Sama de with those in the top three categories (Regiment, Division, and Army)having their names posted in the lobby of the education center for a period of one year from the date of donation.

Please support us in one of these categories as we enter this crucial stage of our center’s history.

The Nisei Veterans Memorial Center is keeping the legacy of the Nisei veterans alive so that generations to come will understand the pivotal role these humble men played in the battlefront of Europe, the Pacific, and for civil rights.

Your fully tax-deductible contribution will help the Nisei Veterans Memorial Center reach our community's children, families and visitors to share our programs.


Please write checks payable to NISEI VETERANS MEMORIAL CENTER, and mail to us at address below.


Nisei Veterans Memorial Center
PO Box 216
Kahului, HI 96733-6716

Annual Giving Donor Categories

Please select from the following levels listed below and contribute with PayPal's secured server.
$2,500 +






(students under 21 years)





Some give in honor of their fallen comrades.

For others, it is a way to say "thank you" to the Nisei veterans.

"You should know that I, as a Sansei, one who has been fortunate not to experience the horrors of war, truly appreciate the sacrifices that the Nisei veterans made in the face of adversity. I am proud and honored to be related to one of those who later embarassed our great nation into admitting that a grave civil rights injustice was committed - not by loud protest or demonstration, but quielty and honorably by gallantry and heroics of action both on and off the battlefield."

- Lane Fukuda
Honolulu, Hawaii