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The Salvation Army Gets Donations
The Salvation Army received a check for $30,398.51 toward hurricane relief efforts. The check included team member and customer donations of $15,398.51 and a matching donation of $15,000 from City Mill. All eight City Mill stores — and its sister company, Simply Organized — participated in a fundraiser for Hurricane Harvey and Irma relief efforts Sept. 15–Oct. 2. Pictured are (from left) Diana Baba, executive assistant, City Mill; Maj. John Chamness, divisional leader, The Salvation Army Hawaiian & Pacifi c Islands Division; Carol Ai May, vice president, City Mill; Steven Ai, president and CEO, City Mill; and Evan Killips, project manager, City Mill.
PHOTO COURTESY THE SALVATION ARMY
Give Aloha Program Raises Funds
Give Aloha, Foodland’s Annual Community Matching Gifts Program, raised more than $1.8 million for nearly 700 Hawai‘i nonprofi t organizations. Foodland and the Western Union Foundation contributed more than $300,000 in matching gift funds. Pictured are (from left, back row) Brad Gay and Tom Hayden, (front row) Darton Stradling and Jeannie Lum of Western Union; and Jenai S. Wall, Kitty Wo and Roger Wall of Foodland Super Market, Ltd.
PHOTO COURTESY FOODLAND SUPER MARKET