Island Insurance Foundation Donates over $600,000 to Local Non-Profit Organizations | Island Insurance

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Island Insurance Foundation Donates over $600,000 to Local Non-Profit Organizations

The Island Insurance Foundation, the charitable arm of Island Insurance, a subsidiary of Island Holdings, Inc., donated over $600,000 to local non-profit organizations in 2018. A few areas of philanthropic focus include education, health services, social services and cultural preservation.

In addition to supporting non-profit organizations such as Aloha United Way, Hale Kipa, Catholic Charities Hawaii, Child and Family Services, Goodwill Industries of Hawaii, Palolo Chinese Home, Japan America Society of Hawaii and Teach for America, the Island Insurance Foundation supports the education community through its annual Masayuki Tokioka Excellence in School Leadership Award. Each year, public school principals across the state are recognized with personal cash awards for their efforts to provide high-quality learning opportunities for their students. Currently in its 15th year, over $500,000 has been awarded to public school principals in recognition of their numerous contributions and to assist their efforts in funding high-impact projects.

The Island Insurance Foundation was established as the charitable arm of Island Insurance, Hawaii’s largest locally-owned and managed property and casualty insurance carrier, offering a full range of property and casualty protection. Established in 1940, 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 property & casualty insurance companies in the nation by the Ward Group for 11 consecutive years. For more information, visit its website at:

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