Hot Shots – 9/28/22

Program Provides Support For Keiki Across The Island

Nareit Hawai‘i presented a $30,000 grant to Boys & Girls Club of Hawai‘i for its Great Futures for Keiki program. The funding will support children in after-school enrichment programs, as well as bolster food nourishment efforts. Pictured are (from left) Bonnie Pang, board member, Boys & Girls Club of Hawai‘i; retired Judge Michael Town, board member, Boys & Girls Club of Hawai‘i; state Rep. Scott Nishimoto; Rand Yamasaki, branch board representative, Boys & Girls Club of Hawai‘i’s Spalding Honolulu Clubhouse; Paddy Kauhane, president and CEO, Boys & Girls Club of Hawai‘i; Gladys Quinto Marrone, executive director, Nareit Hawai‘i; Chip Hammond, board member, Boys & Girls Club of Hawai‘i; state Sen. Sharon Moriwaki; and House Speaker state Rep. Scott Saiki. PHOTO COURTESY NAREIT HAWAI‘I

Credit Union Aids In Eliminating Hunger

HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union, in association with credit card partner PSCU, donated $10,000 to local nonprofit Aloha Harvest in support of its mission to eliminating hunger in Hawai‘i. Pictured are (from left) John Donlin, chief technology officer, HawaiiUSA FCU; Brandy Oki, chief experience officer, HawaiiUSA FCU; Gabrielle Brice-Brown, cards program manager, HawaiiUSA FCU; Phil Acosta, executive director, Aloha Harvest; Harmony Maghanoy, membership growth representative, HawaiiUSA FCU; Tanya Lee, member growth services vice president, HawaiiUSA FCU; Jameen Shimomura, senior community outreach coordinator, HawaiiUSA FCU; and Stacie Rosa, community partnerships manager, HawaiiUSA FCU. PHOTO COURTESY HAWAIIUSA FEDERAL CREDIT UNION