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Gas Purchases to Benefit Ku‘ikahi Mediation Center

March 23, 2015, 2:54 PM HST
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Gasoline purchases made at any Ohana Fuels Minit Stop location in East Hawaii will benefit the Ku‘ikahi Mediation Center from April through June as part of the ‘Fuel Up, Do Good’ program.

Two Hilo locations will be participating in the benefit, including one on the corner of Puainako Street and another on the corner of Leilani Street.  One Minit Stop in Laupahoehoe on Highway 19 will also be participating, along with a fourth location in Kea‘au on Orchidland Drive.

The Ku‘ikahi Mediation Center is a non-profit offering mediation, facilitation, and training services to resolve interpersonal conflicts and community issues.

“We are so honored to be selected as the beneficiary for Ohana Fuel’s ‘Fuel Up, Do Good’ program,” said Ku‘ikahi Executive Director Julie Mitchell. “This spring, we ask that folks please consider fueling up at one of the four Minit Stops in East Hawai‘i.”

“At Ohana Fuels, ‘family’ is our first priority – which means we’re proud to support the organizations and needs important to the neighborhoods we serve. Each quarter, we donate a portion of every customer purchase to a local charity in the community,” said a company spokesperson.

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