Hot Shots – 10/27/21

First Insurance Helps ‘Sound The Alarm’

First insurance Company of Hawai‘i has donated $50,000 to American Red Cross of Hawai‘i to support its response e~ orts and its Sound the Alarm campaign, which educates people about home ˚ re safety. Pictured are Mark Yoda (left), FICOH president and CEO, and Diane Peters-Nguyen, CEO of American Red Cross of Hawai‘i. PHOTO COURTESY FIRST INSURANCE COMPANY OF HAWAI‘I

Islands Hospice Donates $60,000 To Nonprofits

September marked the two-year anniversary for Makana Pono, Islands Hospice’s employee giving program. The program awards outstanding sta~ ers with a $5,000 donation to the nonprofit of their choosing. Pictured are (from left) Mark Imaizumi, Islands Hospice employee and community engagement coordinator; Kelci Schedler, Islands Hospice registered nurse and Makana Pono awardee; and Ma Ke Alo o’s Keven Wong and Steven Strawser. PHOTO COURTESY ISLANDS HOSPICE

Realtors Gift $83,500 To Build Stronger Communities

The Honolulu Board of REALTORS, along with its members have donated $83,500 to 10 different nonprofits through its REALTOR Care Fund. The list of organizations, most of which provide support to Hawai‘i families, include Hawaiian Community Assets, Domestic Violence Action Center and U.S.VETS. Honolulu Board of REALTORS president Shannon Heaven (left) and CEO Suzanne Young presented the check to the 10 nonprofits. PHOTO COURTESY HONOLULU BOARD OF REALTORS