Caring for Our Community
Join us and make a difference.
Giving back to the community and supporting local charities is something our First Hawaiian ohana strongly believes in. It reflects the energetic commitment of our founder, Charles Reed Bishop, to identify needs in the community and to take bold action. For more than 155 years, we have invested in and helped nurture this special place we call home.
Today, First Hawaiian Bank, our employees, and the First Hawaiian Foundation together represent the largest corporate contributor in Hawaii, Guam and CNMI, donating more than $3 million to over 400 charitable organizations in 2013. In addition, our employees are given time off to provide much-needed support at community events.
Please join us in supporting the causes that mean the most to you. Our community can do great things when we come together. Get involved and help make a difference.
2014 Community Care Employee Program
First Hawaiian Bank’s COMMUNITY CARE is our Employee Volunteer Service program, which launched in 2014, connecting non-profits with employees willing and ready to lend a hand. This bank-wide initiative serves as a team-building activity for First Hawaiian’s 2,200 employees.
2014 HBA Foodbank Food Drive
The Hawaii Bankers Association is pleased to once again support the Hawaii Foodbank. This annual campaign generates much needed donations for our community.
2014 Hawaii Foodbank Food Drive
Hunger in Hawaii is very real. It affects more than 183,000 individuals every year who rely on our services. This includes over 55,050 children and over 11,010 seniors. Find out how you can help stop hunger today.
2014 Kokua Mai Employee Giving Campaign
It all starts with YES. First Hawaiian Bank employees and retirees donate a record $637,781! For the second consecutive year, 98 percent of employees participated in this annual bank-wide effort. Since Kokua Mai’s inception in 2007, employees and retirees have contributed nearly $4.7 million with 100 percent of all donations going directly to support local non-profit organizations in Hawaii, Guam and the CNMI.