Hot Shots – 2/16/22

Company Revs Its Engines For Hospital

For the seventh consecutive year, JN Group Inc. kicked fundraising efforts into high gear with its Drive For Heart campaign, during which it committed $100 to Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women & Children’s pediatric heart care program for every new vehicle or motorcycle purchased at its facilities. In total, the company donated $20,000 to the hospital. Pictured are (from left) Richard Alfonso, Kaelene Hirashiki, Vince Leong, Gloria Vuto, Mark Thomas, Marisa Miner and Brad Nicolai. PHOTO COURTESY JN GROUP INC.

Hickam FCU Makes Waves With Nonprofit

Hickam Federal Credit Union donated $5,000 to Artists Save Waves, a nonprofit founded in 2019 by then-Punahou School student Stephanie Hung. The organization strives to meld environmental activism and artwork. Last year, Hung also created the designs for a new credit card line that Hickam FCU launched. PHOTO COURTESY HICKAM FEDERAL CREDIT UNION

Clothing Sales Go Toward A Good Cause

Thanks to the support of employees and shoppers, UNIQLO Hawai‘i was able to donate 288 pounds of food and 100 eco-friendly tote bags to Hawai‘i Foodbank. This year, the clothing company is continuing to support the food bank through its UTme! T-shirt printing service. UNIQLO plans to donate 5% of the overall proceeds to help fight hunger. PHOTO COURTESY UNIQLO HAWAI‘I