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Ohana Fuels Program Raises Funds for Imua Family Services

Posted February 13, 2015, 09:35 AM HST
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Imua Family Services was the recipient of Ohana Fuels “Fuel Up. Do Good” Program during the last quarter of 2014. Courtesy photo.

By Maui Now Staff

Ohana Fuels raised over $7,500 for Imua Family Services through its “Fuel Up. Do Good” Program during the last quarter of 2014. A portion of proceeds from fuel sales at all Maui locations supported Imua Family Services continuing efforts.

Proceeds from “Fuel Up. Do Good” will support Imua Family Services’ Early Childhood Development Program for children ages 3 to 6, who will receive therapeutic developmental services to address mild to moderate delays and do not qualify for special education services from the state Department Of Education.

This vital program allows many children and families on Maui to continue to receive support after “aging out” of federally funded early intervention services.

In addition, Imua Family Services’ Camp Imua Program hosted two car washes. Proceeds will benefit a week-long recreational camp for keiki with special needs.

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“It was a pleasure to partner with a company like Ohana Fuels who believes so much in giving back to our community, utilizing their resources and presence in the community to recognize Maui’s ‘ohana,” said Imua Executive Director Dean Wong. “We are so thankful to everyone who purchased gas and supported this program.”

“At Ohana Fuels, our first priority is “family” and everyone who lives in the neighborhoods we serve,” said Kimo Haynes, president of Hawaii Petroleum. “So we’re proud to support the organizations and missions important to you, and Imua Family Services is one of those organizations.”

Click here for more information about Ohana Fuels.

Click here or call (808) 244-7467 for more information about Imua Family Services.

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