Hot Shots – 7/5/17

Truck Sales Help Kemoeatu Foundation

Honolulu Ford general sales manager Guy Mello (left) and general manager Leven Holliman (right) presented a check for $4,000 to Ma’ake Kemoeatu of Kemoeatu Brothers Foundation. For every new 2016 F-150 truck sold in the month of February, Honolulu Ford committed to donating $100 to Kemoeatu Brothers Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded by brothers Ma’ake and Chris Kemoeatu, both former Kahuku standouts and NFL Super Bowl champions. A total of 40 F-150 trucks were sold during the month. PHOTO COURTESY HONOLULU FORD

Hale Kipa Receives $100,000 Grant

Hale Kipa, a Hawai‘i nonprofit youth services organization, received a four-year $100,000 grant from HEI Charitable Foundation. The HEI family of companies includes Hawaiian Electric Companies and American Savings Bank. The grant supports Hale Kipa’s capital campaign to build a best-in-class complex on 4.26 acres located on Old Fort Weaver Road in ‘Ewa that will serve as the agency’s headquarters. Pictured are (from left) Alan Oshima, HEICF and Hawaiian Electric president and CEO; Punky Pletan-Cross, Hale Kipa CEO; and Scott Seu, Hawaiian Electric senior vice president-public affairs. PHOTO COURTESY HALE KIPA