Hot Shots – 3/16/22

Foundation Supports Museum, Schools

Foundation Supports Museum, Schools HPH Ensures Students, Teachers Mask Up Enterprise Holdings Foundation recently donated $2,000 to Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum’s in-school social studies effort called Hawaiian Africana Enrichment Program. It was implemented at schools across O‘ahu, and covered topics that include Hawaiian and World War II history. Pictured are (from left) Margaret Hester, Deloris Guttman and Gaelynn Samonte. PHOTO COURTESY OBAMA HAWAIIAN AFRICANA MUSEUM

HPH Ensures Students, Teachers Mask Up

Thanks to Hawai‘i Pacific Health, the state Department of Education has a surplus of N95 masks to help protect students, teachers and staff during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In total, HPH donated 50,000 masks. Pictured is Carl Hinson (left), director of HPH’s Workforce Development, as he presents the donation to Max Mendoza, director HIDOE’s Safety, Security & Emergency Preparedness Branch. PHOTO COURTESY HAWAI‘I DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Donation To Benefit Local Families

Nareit Hawai‘i has donated $30,000 to Parents And Children Together to improve the lives and futures of Hawai‘i’s most vulnerable population. According to PACT president and CEO Ryan Kusumoto, the funds will go straight to the community, directing financial support to families in need. PHOTO COURTESY NAREIT HAWAI‘I