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January 04, 2013
Central Pacific Bank donates $2,500 to local nonprofits on behalf of employees Lee Moriwaki, Roxanne Ai and Roberta Rivera. The donation was part of a year-long Employee Rewards Program that tracked the community service efforts of Central Pacific Bank employees. The employees who participated in the most community service projects were awarded monies to donate to the nonprofit organization of his or her choice.
Moriwaki, who participated in the most community service projects, selected The Arc in Hawaii to receive his $1,500 donation. Ai selected Hospice Hawaii to receive her $500 donation. And Rivera selected Aloha United way to receive her $500 donation.
In 2012, Central Pacific Bank employees’ volunteer contributions and donations helped over 150 organizations statewide.
“Our Central Pacific Bank ohana continues to follow in our founders’ footsteps of giving back to the communities in which we work, live and raise our families,” said John Dean, President and CEO of Central Pacific Bank.
The Arc in Hawaii was founded in 1954 by a group of parents and children with intellectual disabilities. The Arc in Hawaii provides services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the areas of adult day health, residential, and waiver. The Arc operates three centers and 21 community-based residences for people with ID/DD.
Hospice Hawaii provides palliative care and support for persons with life-limiting conditions. The goal of Hospice Hawaii is to work closely with the patient, their family, caregivers and physicians to help patients live as fully as possible and to provide comfort and relief from pain and symptoms.
Aloha United Way began serving Hawaii’s people in 1919 to create a more efficient way to raise money for charitable institutions. The monies raised by Aloha United Way funds over 300 local nonprofit agencies and programs that address the community’s most pressing needs such as childhood education, poverty prevention, health and human services, and homelessness.