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Homeless Resource Center to Benefit rom ʻOhana Fuels Program

June 28, 2016, 1:58 PM HST
* Updated June 28, 4:37 PM
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Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Centers, Inc. has been selected as the upcoming beneficiary of the ʻOhana Fuels ‘Fuel Up. Do Good’ program.

ʻOhana Fuels partners with nonprofit organizations that serve the need of the local community and donates a portion of every gallon of gasoline purchased at all the ʻOhana Fuels stations in that community.

During the months of July through September, 2016 a portion of all sales at all Maui ʻOhana fuels locations will be donated to Ka Hale A Ke Ola, Homeless Resource Centers, Inc.

Monique Yamashita, CEO said, “We highly encourage all our family, friends and community supporters to get behind the ʻOhana Fuels, “Fuel Up. Do Good.” Program and fill up your tank during these summer months at ʻOhana Fuels. Your generosity will go a long way in assisting Ka Hale A Ke Ola to break the cycle of homelessness on Maui.”

Ka Hale A Ke Ola is a comprehensive resource center that provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, adult education and training, counseling, a primary care medical clinic and facilities for child care. KHAKO is dedicated to serving the needs of the homeless and hungry on Maui by providing emergency food and housing, voicing their concerns, and empowering them to take responsibility for their own lives, and to call on the community to assist in these actions.

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ʻOhana Fuels is Hawaiʻi Petroleum’s retail fuel brand that provides competitively priced, quality fuels at safe, clean and convenient locations, including eight stations on the island of Maui, and nine stations on the island of Hawaiʻi.

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