Archive | August, 2021

Give Aloha to HCCF thru Foodland

Give Aloha, Foodland’s Annual Community Matching Gifts Program, was created in 1999 to honor Foodland’s founder, Maurice J. “Sully” Sullivan and continue his legacy of giving back to the community. Each year, Foodland contributes more than $250,000 to match customer donations for all organizations combined.  (Give Aloha | Foodland) Here’s how it works: 1) Go […]

HCCF’s Support Extends to Military Families

“As a Military family, we’re away from our family and friends. HCCF has help us to bring family support when most needed it and in support to us with unforeseen expenses.” -Jennifer D.  For any family whose lives were upended and had to seek cancer treatment far from home, HCCF can provide comfort and services […]

Frank Seleny College Scholarships for 2021-2022

It is our honor to announce this year’s Frank Seleny College Scholarship Fund recipients, Shawn Bartolome, and Kaimani Dryer. Each of these young men submitted powerful testimonials along with their applications. Shawn is pursuing a career in digital media and Kaimani in engineering. We congratulate each of them for their perseverance and their bravery for […]

Cancer Families Face Financial Hardships

When a child is diagnosed with cancer, the emotional and financial effects can be overwhelming for a family. One of the parents will usually have to leave their job to provide full- time care to their child. Once this occurs, the financial impact can be devastating, particularly here in Hawaii where so many households are […]

Educational Support to Cancer Keiki

For any family who has had to endure both the pandemic and cancer treatment, the stress and exhaustion have been overwhelming. Cancer keiki have even fewer options for any in-person interactions this school year, and many will continue to stay home and away from the additional threats to their immune systems. While you may know […]