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Maui Food Bank to Benefit from ‘Ohana Fuels ‘Fuel Up. Do Good’ Program

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Maui Food Bank, located in Wailuku, Maui, was selected as the upcoming beneficiary of the ʻOhana Fuels ‘Fuel Up. Do Good’ program. ʻOhana Fuels partners with nonprofit organizations serving the local community’s needs and donates a portion of the proceeds from every gallon of gasoline purchased at all ʻOhana Fuels stations in that community. 

During October through December 2021, a portion of gasoline sales at all Maui ʻOhana Fuels locations will be donated to Maui Food Bank. The Food Bank encourages people to fuel up at ʻOhana Fuels over the three months to help the hungry in Maui County. 

Maui Food Bank is Maui County’s primary safety net for hunger relief. The Food Bank currently serves 27,000 people a month who are food insecure. Of those served, 40% are children and youth.


“We are excited to announce we will be partnering with Maui Food Bank as our next ‘Fuel up. Do good’ beneficiary,” said Kimo Haynes, President of Hawaiʻi Petroleum. “We value the exceptional work Maui Food Bank does to help our local ʻohana and we look forward to offering continued support in the community through our ‘Fuel up. Do good’ program.” 

ʻOhana Fuels is Hawaiʻi Petroleum’s retail fuel brand, with eight stations on the island of Maui and 11 stations on the island of Hawaiʻi. Certified as a TOP TIER™ fuel provider, ʻOhana Fuels meets the premier standard of gasoline for optimum performance and fuel efficiency. 

Hawaiʻi Petroleum is committed to making a positive contribution to the communities in which ʻOhana Fuels stations operate and gives local residents a way to support the community with every tank of gas they purchase.

ʻOhana Fuels, Lower Main St., Wailuku. File photo by Wendy Osher.


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