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Hot Shots – 11/24/21

Atlas Insurance Gives To Show Aloha

Atlas Insurance Agency sponsors Show Aloha Challenge Foundation’s second annual Show Aloha Winter Wonderland at Aloha Stadium through Jan. 1. The drive-thru experience consists of more than 2.5 million LED lights with proceeds benefiting community programs throughout the year. Pictured are Michael Gangloff (left), founder of Show Aloha Challenge Foundation and CEO/CFO of MIRA Image Construction LLC, and Chason Ishii, president of Atlas Insurance Agency. PHOTO COURTESY ATLAS INSURANCE AGENCY

Recognizing Runaway Prevention Month

Hale Kipa, a nonprofit youth services organization, and Waikīkī Health joined the City and County of Honolulu to recognize Runaway Prevention Month with an offcial proclamation for November. Since 1989, Hale Kipa and Waikīkī Health have worked together to offer an array of services to O‘ahu’s runaway, homeless, and street-identified youth and young adults through the Youth Outreach (YO!) drop-in center in Waikīkī, which also provides street outreach, case management and health services. Pictured are Alika Campbell (left), program coordinator at Hale Kipa, and Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi. PHOTO COURTESY HALE KIPA

HPH Employees Raise More Than $1 Million

As part of the 2021 Hawai‘i Pacific Health Employee Giving Campaign, nearly 4,000 staff members raised $1,068,127 through donations of either gifts or pledges, which will go toward HPH medical programs and services that benefit the local community. Pictured are (from left) Dawn Dunbar, HPH senior vice president of philanthropy; Sunshine Topping, HPH senior vice president of human resources and organizational effectiveness; Mark Ohigashi and wife Allison, an HPH employee; Asterlou Raquel and husband Oscar, both HPH employees; and Ray Vara, HPH president and CEO. PHOTO COURTESY HAWAI‘I PACIFIC HEALTH