Hawaiian Telcom donates $20,000 to Hawaiʻi Island United Way
Hawaiian Telcom and its team donated $20,347 to Hawai’i Island United Way as part of its 2022 Annual Campaign.
“We know the need is great right now as costs have increased for basic necessities like food and gas, so it’s important to us to help as much as we can,” said Kelvin Watanabe, local manager for Hawaiian Telcom.
This donation will provide crucial funding to 28 Big island nonprofit partners focusing on health, education and financial stability.
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