As of July 1st 2015, Oahu has experienced a new transition to join its fellow neighbor islands in their efforts to support the plastic bag ban. HiTel FCU and other local credit unions around the state have partnered with Hawaii Credit Union League to allow consumers to provide assistance to local children and reduce their carbon footprint at the same time.
HiTel FCU is selling colorful, durable, and reusable shopping totes to draw awareness and raise funds for Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children through its Kapiolani Children’s Miracle Network. The original theme of the bag is
“Mauka to Makai – Save the ‘Aina for the Children,” which represents its “go green” efforts. Therefore, the bag depicts vivid images on both sides of the bag representing Mauka (Mountains) on one side and Makai (Ocean) on the other with our very own HiTel side panel with our friendly mascots – Yoko the ladybug and Kalea the turtle.
Stop by at any of our branch locations to purchase our limited edition tote for $5 each. Other participating credit unions:
On Saturday, June 27th, HiTel FCU staff volunteered at the ESPN 1420 Sports Festival at the Neil Blaisdell Exhibition Hall. Kaiser Permanente sponsored the free event that featured a wide variety of sports, fitness and health related activities. It also included demonstrations, celebrity autograph sessions, contests, giveaways and much more.
HiTel FCU booth gave attendees of all ages an opportunity to play financial football and spin our famous prize wheel! We also sold HiTel’s reusable tote bags, where the proceeds will support Kapiolani’s Children’s Miracle Network Foundation. To view more pictures from the event, visit our Facebook fan page “Hawaiian Tel FCU”.