Hawaii Self Storage and American Self Storage in Hawaii served as collection sites Saturday for the Lokahi Caring Project, a partnership between news station KHON2 and non-profit organization Keiki O Ka Aina Family Learning Centers. Lokahi helps Hawaiians by providing donations of goods, cash equivalents, enriching experiences and advocacy.
Six shopping centers on three islands held Lokahi drives. Lokahi means unity—pulling together to strengthen the community. Unwrapped gifts, checks or cash donations can be made at all First Hawaiian Bank branches.
Source: KHON2, Lokahi 2009 Kicks Off On Saturday
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