Maui Business

Servco Subaru Maui Supports Pacific Cancer Foundation

August 17, 2017, 11:59 AM HST
* Updated August 17, 12:03 PM
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Servco Subaru Maui has entered into a partnership with the Pacific Cancer Foundation, with the goal of helping to support cancer patients and survivors in Maui County.

PC: Pacific Cancer Foundation.

Between July and December 2016, Servco Subaru Maui donated $50 from each new Subaru sold.

Similar efforts in past years has helped the company raise up to $35,000 each year for local non-profits.

“We believe giving back to our local community is an important part of doing good business, and Pacific Cancer Foundation provides so many important services to the people of Maui County,” said Jim Wheeler, General Sales Manager of Servco Subaru Maui.

The Pacific Cancer Foundation was founded in 2005 by a group of concerned health care professionals and cancer survivors who recognized the overwhelming need for support services for Maui’s cancer community. The foundation provides access, knowledge and support to all those whose lives have been affected by cancer in Maui County.


Some of the services offered through PCF are patient navigation, support groups for patients and their family members, nutrition support and education, transportation, wellness classes and many other services all free of charge.


“We are so thankful for the partnership that we have with Servco Subaru Maui. When Jim originally contacted us, we were grateful for his offer to support our organization. There is such a great need in Maui County for our services, and these types of partnerships with local businesses make it possible for us to reach more of our community members whose lives have been affected by cancer,” said Nancy La Joy, PCF Executive Director.

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