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The Island Insurance Foundation donates $25,000 to the Filipino Community Center and the Aloha for Philippines relief effort
HONOLULU - The Island Insurance Foundation donated $25,000 to the Filipino Community Center (FilCom Center) for the disaster victims of Super Typhoon Haiyan and the Aloha for Philippines relief effort. The FilCom Center has also partnered with the Consuelo Foundation, which will match donations to the FilCom Center dollar for dollar, up to $2 million.
"Our hearts go out to the staggering number of people affected by this devastating natural disaster," said Tyler Tokioka, President of the Island Insurance Foundation. "We have so many employees and local families with friends, relatives and loved ones in the Philippines, that supporting this relief effort was a priority for our organization."
The FilCom Center is only one of two non-profit organizations in the state designated to accept donations for the Aloha for Philippines relief effort, in addition to the 11 banks that make up the Hawaii Bankers Association. Inaugurated by the Filipino Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii in 1991, the FilCom Center is the largest Filipino community center outside the Philippines. A 501 (3) (c) non-profit organization, its mission is to provide social, economic and educational services as well as to promote and perpetuate the Filipino culture and customs in Hawaii. The Island Insurance Foundation was established as the charitable arm of Island Insurance, Hawaii's largest locally owned and managed Property and Casualty (P&C) insurance carrier.
Island Insurance holds a financial strength rating of "A" by A.M. Best and is the only Hawaii-based company to be recognized as one of the Top 50 P&C insurance companies in the nation by the Ward Group for six consecutive years. For more information, visit its website at: www.islandinsurance.com.
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