2015 Donor Newsletter V.1
Click to view photo above! Pictured (L-R): Glenn Hong, President,Young Brothers; Natasha Lagmay, Regulatory Financial Analyst, Young Brothers; Novelyn Hinazumi, Director of Kaua‘i Programs, Child & Family Service; Michael Chappelle, Kauai Port Manager, Young Brothers; Kim Acierto, Program Supervisor-Teen Programs, Child & Family Service; William Harrington, Program Director-Family Centers and Teen Programs, Child & Family Service; Dory Farias, Hale Ho‘omalu-Program Manager, Child & Family Service; Wanda Kau-Shibata, Community Advisory Board Chair, Young Brothers; and Pat Rosa, Chief Operating Officer, Aloha Air Cargo, present a $10,000 check to CFS to support CFS teen programs throughout Kaua‘i.
Saltchuk, a family-owned company, has donated $10,000 to support Child & Family Service (CFS) teen programs on Kaua‘i. Saltchuk is the parent company of Aloha Air Cargo, Hawaii/Maui Petroleum, Ohana Fuels, Minit Stop, Young Brothers, and Foss Hawaii.
President of Young Brothers, Glen K.Y. Hong affirmed the company’s dedication, saying, “The owners and management of Saltchuk are committed to supporting the communities in which we do business, and we are pleased to make this donation to support the vital work of CFS on Kaua‘i. CFS has been an integral part of the Kaua‘i community and we are pleased to partner with their efforts to help youth on Kaua‘i in times of need, to achieve promising futures.”
According to Novelyn Hinazumi, Director of Kaua‘i Programs for CFS, the donation will support the CFS teen programs throughout the island.
“CFS teen programs help youth to become healthy, self-sufficient adults,” Hinazumi said. “This donation will allow us to provide opportunities to teens that they would normally not have and it benefits our entire community.”