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Hot Shots – 1/6/21

Servco Foundation Helps Local Nonprofits

Servco Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Servco Pacific Inc., donated $160,000 to nonprofits statewide that are helping Hawai‘i as part of its Community Grant Program. Among the recipients was Salvation Army, which received $20,000. Pictured are (from left) Marcy Schorsch, executive director for development, Salvation Army; Maj. Jeff Martin, divisional commander, Salvation Army; and Peter Hirano, executive director, Servco Foundation. PHOTO COURTESY SERVCO

Kaka‘ako Kasuals Donates Slippers To YWCA

Kaka‘ako Kasuals donated 500 pairs of slippers to benefit the YWCA O‘ahu Dress for Success Program, which helps to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. Pictured are (from left) Cara Mazzei, YWCA O‘ahu director of development and community relations; Hi‘ilani Shibata, YWCA O‘ahu manager of Dress for Success; and Erwin and Arnold of Kaka’ako Kasuals. PHOTO COURTESY YWCA O‘AHU

Flores Offers Support To Pālolo Chinese Home

Eddie and Elaine Flores of L & L Hawaiian Barbecue donated $25,000 to Pālolo Chinese Home as part of their support for the organization, plus more than $2,000 of gift vouchers to the staff in appreciation for the care they have been giving to the seniors of Pālolo Chinese Home since COVID-19. Pictured are (from left) Eddie and Elaine with their dog Lucky, Andrew Lee, Darlene Nakayama, Eric Batalon and Elisia Flores. PHOTO COURTESY L & L HAWAIIAN BARBECUE

Kapolei Walmart Awards Grants To Three Nonprofits

Kapolei Walmart celebrated the recent completion of its remodel project by donating a total of $7,500 in grants to three local nonprofits including B.R.A.V.E. Hawai‘i, Habilitat and American Vets. Pictured are (from left) Ray Griego, Kapolei Walmart store manager; Michael Ferreira, American Vets -Pearl Harbor; Stefani Lakes, Habilitat; Mahealani Sims-Tulba, B.R.A.V.E. Hawai‘i; and Sarah Almeida, Kapolei Walmart. PHOTO COURTESY SAYRE PR