Hot Shots – 2/28/24

Providing Maui Residents With Meals

Central Pacific Bank and Chef Hui teamed up for a Meals 4 Maui campaign to provide locally sourced, nutritious meals to Maui residents impacted by the wildfires. The community raised $11,841 and CPB matched that amount and then some, bringing the total to $25,000. Pictured are (from left) Mariah Gergen, director of operations and events, Chef Hui; Brandt Farias, executive vice president and chief marketing officer, CPB; and Rayce Kam, culinary project assistant, Chef Hui. Photo courtesy Central Pacific Bank. Photo courtesy Central Pacific Bank

Organization Presents Keiki With Gifts

Nonprofit Pacific Resource Partnership brought Christmas cheer to the keiki at Institute for Human Services Women’s and Family Shelter and Kahauiki Village by gifting $1,000 worth of toys. The gifts were delivered after PRP staff took part in a shopping spree. Pictured is Michelle Ane, associate program manager, PRP. Photo courtesy Pacific Resource Partnership

Nonprofit Receives Funds To Combat Food Insecurity

The Pantry by Feeding Hawai‘i Together received $5,000 from Spectrum through the company’s philanthropic program, Spectrum Employee Community Grants. The Pantry will use the funds to develop innovative ways to serve those who struggle with limited or uncertain access to food. Pictured are (from left) Rebecca Lieberman, government affairs director, Spectrum; Yvonne Yanagihara, market enablement manager, Spectrum Enterprise; Jennine Sullivan, executive director, The Pantry by Feeding Hawai‘i Together; and state Sen. Donna Mercado Kim. Photo courtesy Spectrum