ICU Day 2015

2015 ICU Day FB postSince 1948, International Credit Union (ICU) Day has been celebrated on every third Thursday in October. It is a day designated to reflect on the credit union movement’s history and to recognize its achievements over the years. The ultimate goal of this special day is to raise awareness to the community about the outstanding work credit unions provide to their members.

This year’s ICU Day will be celebrated on Thursday, October 15, 2015 and the motto is “People helping people.” In appreciation of their loyal membership, HiTel members may stop any of our branch locations: King Street (Kalihi), Fort Street (Downtown), Kaimuki, Kapolei, Kunia, Mililani, Sheraton, or Wheeler to receive for a small gift. We look forward to seeing you!

Hele Mai You Belong!

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Toys for Tots 2014

Toys for Tots Donations

Hawaiian Tel FCU members and staff supported the Kaneohe Marine Corps annual “Toys for Tots” drive again this year. This program provides an opportunity for all local communities to come together during October through December. They collect gifts such as, stuffed animals, Barbie dolls, Lego board games and many other toys.

On Tuesday, December 23rd, we dropped off the credit union donations to the helpful elves (volunteers) that were collecting toys at the Ward Centers site. Last year, Toys for Tots, collected over 45,000 toys to help make the holidays brighter. We would like to thank everyone who generously donated! Your donations brought good spirit and cheer to Hawaii’s less fortunate Keiki during this holiday season!

Mahalo Nui Loa!

Bishop Branch Biz

On Monday, May 12th, HiTel FCU had announced their Bishop Branch relocation on the 11th floor of the Hawaiian Telephone Company Building.  Employees who came to visit the newly opened branch received a special treat – pop-a-licious popcorn!  There was a popcorn bar set up, and there were toppings galore from Arare Mochi Crunch and Fruikake to Raisinets and Gummy Bears.  Everyone had a blast adding goodies to their popcorn.  In addition, members who made any transaction at the teller window received a leather key chain in appreciation of their membership.  The branch is strictly for Hawaiian Tel employees as the credit union can serve all their money needs at a convenient location.  However, in just a few weeks, the Downtown Walmart Branch will soon be opening on Fort Street to service the public.

HiTel FCU Annual Dinner 2014

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HiTel FCU’s Annual Meeting and Dinner will be held on Saturday April 19, 2014 at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Coral Ballroom.  Tickets will only be sold at the King Street Branch from Friday, February 14th until Friday, March 28th.  Members who purchase a full table of ten will get a complimentary Hilton HawaiianVillage parking pass for that evening.  The meeting will begin promptly at 5:00pm and dinner to follow at 6:00pm.

Ticket prices are $25 per member and $40 per non-member.  All forms will be processed as soon as they are received so don’t wait!  Visit our website at hitelfcu.com to print out a form – fax, mail or bring it into any of our branches.

Live entertainment by The Dukes of Surf will surely put a boogie into your step as they take you back to the golden days with a fresh take on a classic sound that is unique for today’s day and time.  Visit their website at http://thedukesofsurf.com/ for more information

School Tools 2013

On Sunday, June 30, 2013, Hawaiian Tel Federal Credit Union employee’s joined KITV’s staff and volunteers to collect  “School Tools” at Sam’s Club in Pearl Highlands for Hawaii’s keiki’s. Our staff arrived with a van full of donations that our members generously donated to our 7 branches. This year our members and staff came through with bags, boxes, and armload of supplies.

“School Tool” donations were being taken at both town and Pearl City Sam’s Club locations. Together, both locations collected seven pallets of school supplies and over $7,000.00 in monetary donations.   The generous donations received from our generous friends and neighbors in Hawaii, will provide 1,755 low income children with school supply kits for this upcoming 2013 – 2014 year!

Our mascots, Yoko and Kalea, also made a special appearance to greet club members and their families!  Balloons and candy were given to the donors to thank them for their generosity.  Both Yoko and Kalea enjoyed taking pictures with the keiki and receiving warm hugs.

Again, we would like to thank everyone who donated, because “you” have made a difference in the lives of Hawaii’s keiki!

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