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.

In addition to sponsoring the efforts of nonprofit organizations in the communities we serve, Bank of Hawaii also funds, organizes and stages events to benefit worthy causes – assisted, as always, by our Bank of Hawaii employee volunteers, the "Bankoh Blue Crew." They “live kōkua” every day.

Here are some of the activities they’ve participated in to assist local organizations.

Live Kōkua Community Service Day

Nearly 200 Bankoh Blue Crew volunteers along with family and friends helped to beautify Ala Moana Beach Park on Saturday, Oct. 24, as part of Community Service Day 2015.

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Live Kōkua Community Walk

The Bank of Hawaii 2016 Live Kōkua Community Walk raised $111,780 to benefit Mental Health of America-Hawaii, Waikiki Health + Hale Kipa and YWCA of O‘ahu.

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2015 Live Kōkua Giving Campaign

The 2015 Live Kōkua Giving Campaign raised a record-breaking $667,889 to benefit 23 nonprofits.

Cleanup of Historic Control Tower

Bank of Hawaii volunteers helped the Pacific Aviation Museum clean the historic Control Tower and neighboring buildings on Ford Island.

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Waimaha Housing

Nearly 50 Bank of Hawaii volunteers teamed up at the Waimaha Housing Complex in support of the Hawaii Public Housing Authority's "I Have a Dream" campaign.

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Liliuokalani Garden Cleanup

Employee volunteers pulled out rubbish found along the banks of Nuuanu Stream where it flows through this famous garden.

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Hawaii Nature Center Cleanup

Employees enjoyed getting back to nature by removing invasive plant species along the banks of Makiki Stream on the grounds of the nature center.

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Hawaii Book and Music Festival

Employee volunteers staffed the BOH book swap where more than 7,100 books were swapped this year at the largest annual gathering of Hawaii-based authors and musicians.

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Maunalua Bay Cleanup

Employees enjoyed helping the environment by partnering with Malama Maunalua to help clean up more than 11,750 pounds of algae from Maunalua Bay.

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