Hot Shots – 5/22/24

Car Company Supports Girl Scouts Troops

Enterprise Mobility Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Enterprise brand, donated $3,500 to the Girl Scouts of Hawai‘i STEM Center at Camp Paumalū on the North Shore. Pictured are volunteers from Enterprise with Girl Scouts of Hawai‘i CEO Kanoe Nāone (in black), all of whom helped distribute more than 330,000 boxes of cookies to troops at Aloha Stadium. Photo courtesy Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Funds Help Combat Food Insecurity

The Hawai‘i Chapter of the American Resort Development Association gifted $4,000 to The Pantry by Feeding Hawai‘i Together. Pictured are (from left) Mitchell Imanaka, chairman, ARDA-Hawai‘i; Jennine Sullivan, executive director, The Pantry; and Ruthann Yamanaka, senior vice president, Outrigger Hospitality Group.

Bank Invests In Community Center

Central Pacific Bank Foundation donated $10,000 to Mō‘ili‘ili Community Center. Pictured are (from left) MCC employees Jon Kadekaru, Kiki Roller and Faye Nakashima; MCC board of directors past president and CPB senior commercial banking managerJon Teraizumi; MCC employees Theresa Perreira, Nadine Nishioka and Delia Benitez; MCC board of directors president and CPB private banking team manager Shelly Kamakura; and MCC employees Crystal Chak, Diana Lee, Elaine Lau and Madoka Nomura.

Foundation Funds Track, Field Project

Mid-Pacific Institute received a $200,000 grant from the Atherton Family Foundation for a new track and field facility, which will benefit the school’s physical education and athletics programs. It will also benefit the island as a whole, as the state-of-the-art venue will host community track and field meets. The new facility is expected to be completed by spring 2026.