HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - First Hawaiian Bank has established Japan-Hawaii Relief Fund to assist the survivors of the devastating earthquake and tsunami of March 11.
First Hawaiian Bank has donated $100,000 to the fund.
All contributions to the fund will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society, said Don Horner, First Hawaiian Bank chairman and chief executive officer.
Those interested in making a contribution to the Japan-Hawaii Relief Fund may do so at any First Hawaiian Bank branch through March 31.
"Hawaii has strong ties and friendships with the people of Japan. Our hearts and prayers go out to the survivors of this tragic disaster," Horner said. "One hundred percent of these donations will go directly to the Japanese Red Cross to support the victims and their families."
Copyright Hawaii News Now 2011. All rights reserved.
The winner will take the seat held previously by Trump's attorney general, Jeff Sessions. Republicans control the Senate with 52 seats.More >>
Officials say the largest, most destructive wildfire burning in Southern California is expected to grow as it enters its second week.More >>
The Globes will be the most prominent platform yet in Hollywood's awards season to confront the post-Weinstein landscape.More >>
After a weak front trekked north of the islands this weekend, we are waking up to light winds this morning. These winds will be coming out of the southwest today and that may bring in some haze and slightly muggy conditions over the state.More >>
After a devastating arson fire at a Maui school, students at a neighboring campus decided to help cheer the children up and teach them about the joy of giving.More >>