Your generous contribution helps us to ensure we can provide workshops to all interested language experts, purchase needed equipment and supplies; and facilitate workshops for language experts in their home communities.

If you find this site useful for a class project, we encourage you to acknowledge all our combined efforts invested in the production of this project.  We suggest students donate $10 if they cite information from this site in their studies.  Professors are encouraged to donate $50.

You can donate:

You can make a tax-deductible donation here to our account at the UH Foundation.
In Step 1 – Select A Fund: choose “University of Hawai’i Manoa,” then “College of Language, Linguistics and Literature,” and then “Language Documentation Project Fund.

By Check
You can also donate by
1. writing a check made out to UH Foundation, with Language Documentation Project Fund in the memo line
2. writing a check made out to Linguistic Society of Hawaii, with LDTC in the memo line (note that option 2 will not be considered a tax-deductible donation)

Please mail your checks to:
1890 East-West Road, Moore Hall 569
Honolulu, HI 96822


A donation in any amount will be acknowledged on our website.



We hope that you will make a contribution to our Center. Your contributions are essential to the continuation of LDTC activities.

Thank you for your support!

Our Sponsors

The Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education, Gary Ostrander

Kimie Miyazaki

Susan P. Malterre-Htun

Kenneth L. Rehg

Marybeth Clark

Tsz-Him Tsui

Albert J. Schütz

Tadashi Baika

George Grace

Sukanta Basu

Student Activity Program Fee Board (2010 – now)

Student Athletic Fee Committee (2011 – now)

Associated Students of the University of Hawai’i (2010 – now)

Center for South Asian Studies

Center for Southeast Asian Studies

Linguistics Society of Hawaii

National Foreign Language Research Center, University of Hawaii

NAFSA-TOEFL-ETS “Partnership in Excellence Award” (2005)

SEED “Diversity and Equity Initiative Scholarship” (2005, 2012)

Center for Japanese Studies (2004)

Center for Pacific Islands Studies (2004)

East-West Center (2004)

Center for Chinese Studies (2004)

Department of Linguistics Endowment Fund (2004)


at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa