First Hawaiian Bank Foundation Awards Susannah Wesley with a $25,000 Grant
Susannah Wesley Community Center has received a $25,000 grant from the First Hawaiian Bank Foundation, according to Ronald Higashi, Executive Director of SWCC. The grant was made in support of the agency’s three-year Facilities Improvement Plan.
The Susannah Wesley Community Center is one of the most heavily used facilities in the Kalihi area, situated on a property of over 70,000 square feet with 18,000 square feet under roof. The most critical items in the plan is to replace the large gated entrance of the youth center and build a new entrance/exit door with panic hardware; the replacement of 20-year old entrance doors to other portions of the facility; and the repair and replacement of broken gutters.
The First Hawaiian Bank Foundation is the charitable arm of First Hawaiian Bank. The Foundation supports non-profit organizations in Hawaii, Guam and Saipan; funding education, health care, human services, and the arts.
Mahalo Nui Loa to the First Hawaiian Bank Foundation for their generous gift that will ensure the continued safety and security of the agency!