2012 Community Partner
First Hawaiian Bank
First Hawaiian Bank has been a proud sponsor of the Hawaii High School Auto Academy along with Honolulu Community College, the Cutter Automotive Group, and various DOE high schools and Kamehameha Schools. Since the program's inception in 2004, the bank has contributed over $125,000 to cover the student's cost of tuition, tools and supplies. The program is geared to high school students interested in the automotive industry and provides them with advanced automotive training and college credit towards an Automotive Technology degree.
First Hawaiian Bank Foundation is the charitable arm of First Hawaiian Bank. In 2011 the Foundation and the Bank contributed to more than $2.5 million to 400 non-profit organizations in Hawaii, Guam and CNMI. The Foundation funds educational opportunities, access to health care, services for youth and children, human service needs and support for the culture and arts.
First Hawaiian Bank with assets of $16.1 billion, was founded in 1858 and is Hawaii's oldest and largest bank. The bank operates 58 branches in Hawaii, three in Guam and two in Saipan.