Welcome to Hawaii

There are more than 50 million Americans with Arthritis - 218,000 of them live in Hawaii. The Arthritis Foundation is the Champion of Yes. We are focused on finding a cure and championing the fight against arthritis through vital information, advocacy, science and community. Our goal is to chart a winning course, guiding families in developing personalized plans for saying yes – day after day.

Upcoming Events

2019 Live Yes! RA-Hawaii, HI

2019 Live Yes! RA-Hawaii, HI

10/15/2019

Being diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis is a life-changing experience. But there’s a lot you can do to take control of your situation – and we’re here to help you. This free event is an opportunity unlike any other you’ve had – you’ll receive expert guidance from a local rheumatologist and learn to set and track your own health goals, communicate more effectively with your doctor and other tips and tricks on how to live better with your RA. You will leave armed with the tools, education and support to start saying Yes more than No!

2019 Taste of the Town-Honolulu, HI
2020 Walk to Cure Arthitis - Hilo, HI

2020 Walk to Cure Arthitis - Hilo, HI

4/25/2020

Whether you do it for yourself, a loved one or just because you care, Walk to Cure Arthritis is the place to be. Together, we join forces to battle arthritis, fighting for a future that’s pain-free while blazing new trails to a lifetime of Yes.

2020 Walk to Cure Arthritis - Honolulu, HI

2020 Walk to Cure Arthritis - Honolulu, HI

5/31/2020

Whether you do it for yourself, a loved one or just because you care, Walk to Cure Arthritis is the place to be. Together, we join forces to battle arthritis, fighting for a future that’s pain-free while blazing new trails to a lifetime of Yes.

Camp Mana'olana

Your support of the Arthritis Foundation Hawaii goes to fund events such as JA Camp for kids with juvenile arthritis. Watch and hear from some of our campers, camp counselors and Hawaii board members as they talk about this year's camp!

Faces of Arthritis

Striking one in every five adults and 300,000 children, arthritis is the nation's leading cause of disability. The Arthritis Foundation is committed to raising awareness and reducing the impact of this serious, painful and unacceptable disease, which can rob people of living life to its fullest.