Category: Hawaii Gives

Hawaii Gives

Hawaii Gives: Maui Food Bank receives $100,000 from ProsPac

The Maui Food Bank was the beneficiary of a $100,000 donation from Honolulu-based real estate investment firm ProsPac Holdings, with the money going to support efforts to serve Maui residents affected by the wildfires in Lāhainā. The food bank provides meals to displaced residents and collects donations of nonperishable goods,

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Hawaii Gives: Moss Foundation donates $100,000 to Maui relief efforts

The Moss Foundation Inc. donated $100,000 to the Maui Strong Fund via the Hawai‘i Community Foundation (HCF) during a check presentation on Nov. 2. The Moss Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization under the leadership of Moss & Associates president Chad Moss, and is dedicated to assisting non-profit organizations and communities

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Hawaii Gives: Walter Dods Donates $5M to UH Mānoa

Former First Hawaiian Bank Chairman Walter A. Dods, Jr. recently donated $5 million to the new Residences for Innovative Student Entrepreneurs (RISE) at UH Mānoa. In recognition of the gift, the building is now known as the Walter Dods Jr. RISE Center. The building at the corner of University Avenue

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Hawaii Gives: Tee Up Fore a Good Cause

The Construction Industry of Maui raised more than $70,000 for Maui County high school construction vocational programs during an inaugural golf tournament on Sept. 30. The sold-out event was held at The Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course and funds raised will assist students pursuing a trade career to help

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Hawaii Gives: Make-A-Wish Hawaii, Swinerton Builders Fund Endowment

Swinerton Builders recently contributed $12,000 to Make-A-Wish Hawaii Wishes Forever endowment funds in honor of former wish kid Taiyo (last name not disclosed). At 19 years old, the Hawai‘i resident was closer to realizing his dream of becoming an entrepreneur than any of his peers. His wish was to launch

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Hawaii Gives: Stuff the Bus!

Pearlridge Shopping Center, Ground Transport Inc. and the Hawaii Department of Education held “Stuff the Bus,” a school supplies drive, in June and July. Goodfellow Bros. and other businesses answered the call to assist students in public schools in ‘Aiea, Pearl City, Waipahu and Kapolei Complex who are facing housing

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