A School Tradition. An Alumni Tradition.
Every year, around 900 alumni come together with their classmates in fun and friendship to work Carnival booths. Alumni give generously of their time to prep and serve food, distribute prizes, paint faces and more, in support of this annual fundraising effort for Punahou's financial aid program. More about this year's Carnival
This year, alumni volunteers from 39 classes, spanning five decades, will staff more than 50 booth shifts.
Alumni shifts are coordinated by class representatives, who organize volunteers together in selected booths as class groups.
Class booths include:
- Body Painting
- Cafeteria Cooking
- Chickent Pit
- Chicken Plate
- Hawaiian Plate
- Portuguese Bean Soup
- Taco Salad
If your class is not represented, or you would like to volunteer for additional shifts, contact:
Office of Alumni Relations
Beautiful haku lei are a popular Carnival tradition, made possible by the generous donation of not only the flowers, but also the effort required in picking, packing and shipping the necessary supplies.
Haku Lei Form