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BOH Awards $75K Grant to J. Walter Cameron Center

October 6, 2017, 12:07 PM HST · Updated October 6, 12:08 PM
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The Bank of Hawaiʻi Foundation announced it has pledged $75,000 to the J. Walter Cameron Center to support upgrades and renovations to the center.

In front: Mike Silva-Fukumoto, board member of J. Walter Cameron Center, Cesar Gaxiola, executive director of J. Walter Cameron Center, Brooke Brown of Na Keiki O Emalia, Mnancee Segundo-CFO at ARC of Maui. In back: BOH SVP Galen Nakamura and Steven Chopek of Maui Mental Health of America.
Photo courtesy of Bank of Hawaii Foundation.

The J. Walter Cameron Center is a health and human services facility for Maui residents and has been providing office and program space to community organizations and public agencies at below-market rent for more than 40 years.

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BOH says the pledge will be paid over three years, and will be used to help with planned upgrades such as solar
panels to increase energy efficiency, enhancements to the wireless network, and an overhaul to the communications systems.

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“We are pleased to help the J. Walter Cameron Center utilize 21st-century efficiencies and upgrades so that it can continue as a central umbrella for nonprofits providing health, education and human services to the people of Maui for future generations,” said BOH Foundation President Donna Tanoue.

The center says its mission is “to incubate, support and accelerate social good,” and is currently home to 15 resident agencies that serve more than 30,000 Maui residents each year.

Nikki Schenfeld
Nikki joined the Maui Now team in 2016 as a writer/reporter. Originally from Chicago, she has had internships with CBS2 Chicago and Comcast SportsNet Chicago where she had the opportunity to interview some of Chicago's best athletes. She graduated from Columbia College Chicago in 2010 with a Bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism. She moved to Maui in 2013.
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