We're all in this together

At Bank of Hawaii, our roots run deep. That’s why we’re committed to strengthening our island communities through event sponsorships, employee volunteers, support for deserving nonprofits, and more.

Since 2004, Bank of Hawaii has made it possible for the Honolulu Museum of Art (formerly known as Honolulu Academy of Arts) to open its doors to the public free of charge one Sunday every month. Learn More >
Since 2006, Bank of Hawaii has sponsored the festival that celebrates reading while raising awareness for illiteracy in Hawaii.  Learn More >
A resource for understanding the current state of some of the community’s social needs, along with our efforts to provide support. Learn More >

Neighbor Islands

Neighbor Islands

Our Bank of Hawaii employees on the neighbor islands are actively involved in their communities. Aside from their involvement in community activities, Bank of Hawaii gives awards to deserving Neighbor Island organizations for their work in community development, education, human services, and arts and culture.

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Financial Education

Financial Education

Bank of Hawaii is committed to providing financial education across our island communities, presented free as a public service. From our “Bank of Hawaii Smart Money Seminars” to “Smart Money Mondays” on Hawaii News Now Sunrise, we offer lots of ways to grow your financial IQ.

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We couldn’t be more proud of our Bank of Hawaii employees and the things they do to strengthen the communities where we live and work.

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Community Reports

Community Reports

We invite you to read more about the state of some of the community’s current social needs and about our efforts to make a positive difference.

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