HONOLULU, HAWAII – Aloha Petroleum recently donated $17,866.56 to Hawaii Community Foundation’s Maui Strong Fund. The funds were raised through canister donations at Aloha Island Mart locations in August to September and included a $10,000 minimum match donation from Aloha Petroleum.
“We’re truly grateful for the generosity of our customers and the community,” said Casie Bui, director of sales operations and marketing at Aloha Petroleum. “Their contributions, combined with our matching donation, will support ongoing relief efforts on Maui.”
In the two months following the devastating wildfires, Aloha Petroleum, in collaboration with its parent companies Sunoco LP and Energy Transfer, has contributed over $127,000 in relief to the Maui community. This support has been channeled through donations to various organizations, including the Maui Food Bank, Maui Economic Opportunity Inc., American Red Cross (Pacific Islands Region), The Salvation Army (Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Division), and the Hawaii Community Foundation’s Maui Strong Fund.
About Aloha Petroleum, Ltd.
Aloha Petroleum, Ltd. is one of the largest gasoline marketers and convenience store operators in Hawaii. Aloha employs more than 500 Hawaii residents and markets through approximately 100 Shell, Aloha, and Mahalo branded fueling stations and 56 Aloha Island Marts, four Menehune Food Marts, three Subways, and five Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants throughout the state. In 2016 Aloha was awarded the exclusive Dunkin’ Donuts franchise for the state of Hawaii. More information is available at www.alohagas.com.
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