Hot Shots – 3/20/19
Nakayama Receives TIAA Award
Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America College Retirement Equities Fund (TIAA) named Pālolo Chinese Home CEO Darlene Nakayama a TIAA Difference Maker 100 Honoree and presented her with a check for $10,000. Pictured are (from left) Jeanne St. John and Jonathan Nakamoto, TIAA wealth advisory managers; Frank Farm Jr.; Darlene Nakayama, Pālolo Chinese Home CEO; and Stephanie Fan, Johan Alwall and Devin Makizuru of Tzu Chi Foundation Hawai‘i.
PHOTO COURTESY PĀLOLO CHINESE HOME
Kāhala Nui Supports Senior Services
As part of its ongoing Social Accountability Program, Kāhala Nui donated $240,087 to Aloha United Way in support of organizations that provide much needed support and services to Hawai‘i’s k˛puna. The funds were distributed among K~hala Nui’s five community partner organizations: Alzheimer’s Association of Hawai‘i, Catholic Charities Hawai‘i, Hawai‘i Meals on Wheels, K˙kua Kalihi Valley and Project Dana. Pictured here are representatives of Kāhala Nui and its partner organizations.
PHOTO COURTESY BECKER COMMUNICATIONS INC.