Supporting Local Nonprofits Is as Easy as Ordering Takeout
(Sponsored) Use your First Hawaiian Bank card for delivery or pickup orders and you’ll not only be supporting Hawai‘i’s restaurant industry—you’ll be supporting local nonprofits, too.
As Hawai‘i continues to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies have been stepping up to offer support in their own special ways. The Aloha for Hawai‘i program, launched by First Hawaiian Bank, aims to bring support and relief to not one, but two critical parts of our local community—restaurants and nonprofits—with the help of FHB cardholders.
Here’s how it works: Use your FHB credit or debit card when paying for your takeout or delivery order. Every time you do, FHB will make a donation up to the Aloha for Hawai‘i Fund, which supports nine local nonprofits supporting food, and health and human service programs for those in need during this pandemic. FHB’s goal is 1 million takeout orders, which will give much-needed support to keep our favorite restaurants afloat. That turns into $1 million dollars donated to help nonprofits continue serving the community during COVID-19.
It’s that simple. Pay with your FHB card and see how this simple act can make an enormous difference to those in Hawai‘i who need our help.
The Aloha for Hawai‘i Fund supports the following nonprofits:
Aloha Harvest is the largest food rescue and redistribution organization in Hawai`i, getting quality excess food into stomachs instead of landfills.
Blood Bank of Hawai‘i provides lifesaving blood products to 18 civilian hospitals statewide.
Through nearly 50 programs statewide, CFS works with those most in need, connecting them with the resources they need and helping them envision and plan a future in which they can live successfully in the community.
Hawai‘i Meals on Wheels is dedicated to helping O‘ahu’s elders and individuals with disabilities by providing hot nutritious meals and regular personal interaction.
Hawai‘i Foodbank collects, warehouses and distributes mass quantities of both perishable and nonperishable food through approximately 200 charitable agencies on O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
The Food Basket’s mission is to end hunger in Hawai‘i County and aims to be a model for food security and sustainanility.
The mission of Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank is to “educate, provide nutritious food for the hungry and respond to emergencies.”
Maui Food Bank’s mission is to help the hungry in Maui County by collecting and distributing food through community partnerships.
Founded more than 20 years ago, The Pantry is a food distribution service for people in need that is operated by nonprofit Feeding Hawai‘i Together.