Hawaii Realtors Giving Back Aloha
CENTURY 21 All Islands' agents believe in community service in Hawaii, giving back by volunteering, donating, and participating in various events and non-profit organizations.
We believe these organizations make a huge impact in the communities and to many lives that they touch. We are proud to support them.
Easter Seals Hawaii provides exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities or special needs and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn work and play in their communities.
Easter Seals Hawaii has been serving special needs children, youth and adults for over 60 years. We provide more than 500,000 house of direct service annually to individuals and families across the state.
All funds raised by Easter Seals Hawaii remain in Hawaii and help us carry on our tradition of creating solutions and changing lives.
To find out more information, volunteer, or donate, please visit Easter Seals Hawaii.
The Hawaii Foodbank forms a vital link with food donors, charitable agencies and the hungry in Hawaii by collecting, inspecting, storing and distributing donated and purchased food. Last year the Hawaii Foodbank distributed over 11.8 million pounds of food, including 3 million pounds of fresh produce to help feed 183,500 different people in need statewide.
The Hawaii Foodbank has served the people of Hawaii for 28 years. Whether feeding the needy or distributing emergency food to survivors after Hurricane Iniki, the Hawaii Foodbank has been there to help rebuild lives and give hope for a better tomorrow.
“The people of Hawaii are one ohana. The Hawaii Foodbank provides food so that no one in our family goes hungry. We work to gather food and support from our communities. We then distribute food through charitable agencies to those in need. Our mission is from the heart, and we will fulfill our mission with integrity, humanity and aloha.”
To find out more information, volunteer, or donate, please visit Hawaii Foodbank.
Aloha United Way began serving Hawaii’s people in 1919 when Frank C. Atherton established the United Welfare Fund under the jurisdiction of the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce. The United Welfare Fund was formed to create a more efficient way to raise money for 17 charitable institutions, bringing in $186,000 its first campaign year.
The organization eventually changed its name to Aloha United Way and shifted its focus from fundraising to focus on improving community issues—such as homelessness and early childhood development. Their mission is to improve lives, motivate people to help others, increase resources to meet needs and inspire collective solutions to community problems.
To find out more information, volunteer, or donate, please visit Aloha United Way.
Cartridges for Kids is an environmentally-friendly program that pays cash for recyclable items. Participation helps protect the environment by keeping electronics out of landfills. Recycling helps to preserve our natural resources.
It’s a great program for organizations to participate in and raise funds. CFK has helped schools and non-profits raise over $17 million since 1999.
To find out more about the program, visit Cartridges for Kids.