CPB Collecting School Tools At Area Branches

Wednesday - July 14, 2010
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Central Pacific Bank is teaming up with Helping Hands Hawaii to collect school supplies for low-income Hawaii students through its Ready to Learn campaign through the month of July.

Supplies and monetary donations are being accepted at all of CPB’s 35 branches throughout the state, including the Mililani and Wahiawa locations. For more information, call 544-0500 or visit centralpacificbank.com.


Last year, the bank collected school supplies for nearly 2,200 children statewide. Established in 1999 by Helping Hands Hawaii, Ready to Learn provides more than 10,000 low-income students with classroom tools for learning each year, thus ensuring an equal opportunity for academic success among today’s youth.

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