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Kualapu‘u Charter and Maui High School Benefit from ASB Seeds of Service Day

September 24, 2018, 10:58 AM HST
* Updated September 24, 12:13 PM
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More than 200 American Savings Bank volunteers, family, friends and community members joined in the company’s annual Statewide Seeds of Service day on Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018.

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During the one-day event, service projects took place at a local public school on five islands: O‘ahu, Maui, Kaua‘i, Hawai‘i Island and Moloka‘i. Volunteers participated in a variety of projects, ranging from landscaping to painting.

Each island adopted a school for the day, including:

Kanoelani Elementary School on O‘ahu;
Maui High School on Maui;
Hanalei Elementary School on Kaua‘i (where volunteers assisted with recovery efforts from the recent floods and storms);
Kua O Ka La Public Charter School on Hawai‘i Island; and
Kualapu‘u Public Conversion Charter School on Moloka‘i.

ASB’s Seeds of Service teammate volunteer program encourages support of community service projects at all levels to benefit school and nonprofit organizations in neighborhoods on each island. Through Seeds of Service, ASB has donated 22,000 hours of volunteer service and millions of dollars to worthy causes statewide.

American Savings Bank Statewide Service Day on Maui. 9.22.18

American Savings Bank Statewide Service Day on Maui. 9.22.18

American Savings Bank Statewide Service Day on Maui. 9.22.18

American Savings Bank Statewide Service Day on Maui. 9.22.18

American Savings Bank Statewide Service Day on Maui. 9.22.18

American Savings Bank Statewide Service Day on Molokaʻi. 9.22.18

American Savings Bank Statewide Service Day on Molokaʻi. 9.22.18

American Savings Bank Statewide Service Day on Molokaʻi. 9.22.18

American Savings Bank Statewide Service Day on Molokaʻi. 9.22.18

American Savings Bank Statewide Service Day on Molokaʻi. 9.22.18

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