Steering a Course to a Resilient Recovery
While the world is very different from 1897 when three friends opened the doors to Hawaii’s newest bank, what makes Bank of Hawaii special remains the same. Our commitment to our employees, customers and shareholders, and investing in the well-being of our island home is at the core of who we are.
Bank of Hawaii’s practice is to keep moving forward while remaining true to our vision and values. While our original founders—Peter Cushman Jones, Charles Montague Cooke and Joseph Ballard Atherton—couldn’t have imagined today’s digital banking environment, we feel sure that they would recognize their legacy of service and the underlying values of excellence, integrity, respect, innovation, commitment and teamwork that continue to guide us today.
As we continue to progress, our anniversary gives us an opportunity to look back and celebrate some of our accomplishments and milestones.
Celebrating today for a Better Tomorrow
Throughout our 125th anniversary year, we celebrated our history and milestones made possible by the dedication and teamwork of many employees over the years. And because the story of Bank of Hawaii is also about looking forward, we continue to celebrate by supporting our communities for a better tomorrow.
Celebrating our Community
Aloha for Community
Bank of Hawaii Foundation gave each Bank of Hawai‘i employee the opportunity to select a nonprofit to receive $125. This resulted in a contribution totaling $218,750 to nonprofits across Hawaii and the West Pacific Region. The 237 nonprofits selected by our employees span a wide range of organizations with compelling missions; Child & Family Service, Lanakila Meals on Wheels, and K9 Kokua were the top three chosen.
Planting Trees for Sustainability
As part of our ongoing commitment to preserving the environment and to help address climate change, Bank of Hawaii partnered with 12 nonprofits to plant more than 6,500 trees, the equivalent of more than 125 trees per week throughout 2022. These organizations planted trees statewide across Hawaii, as well as on Guam, Saipan and Palau, and reflect all the island communities the bank serves. This initiative culminated on Arbor Day on Nov. 5, when hundreds of bank volunteers, along with Hawaiian Airlines employees, planted 2,000 native trees at the Waianae Kai Forest Reserve for Bank of Hawaii’s annual Community Service Day. Our overall tree planting support totaled $126,202.
125 Mahalo Moments
To express our gratitude to organizations and people we’re honored to support, we shared “Mahalo Moments” on our social media channels throughout our anniversary year. All 125 snapshots highlighted individuals and nonprofits who inspire us by making a difference in our communities every day. To learn more about our 125-year history, visit www.boh.com/125 for details on Bank of Hawaii’s accomplishments, milestones and community support, as well as videos highlighting stories of our bank ohana.
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