Alaska deepens commitment to Hawai'i with investment in education and the environment
Announced gifts totaling $100,000 to two local organizations in Hawai‘i
Alaska Airlines flight to Hawai'i
Last night, Alaska Airlines announced gifts totaling $100,000 to two local organizations in Hawai‘i, in support of youth, education and environmental stewardship. The announcements were made during an event at the Moana Surfrider in Waikiki, which honored Alaska’s community partners throughout the state.
From day one, when Alaska first started service to Hawai‘i in October 2007, our relationship with the Islands has always been more than just business.
Our company was born in a region where air service is integral to the way of life, much like here in the Islands. We understand the importance of reliable, dependable air service for kama‘aina (local Hawai’i residents) and feel a great affinity for Hawai‘i because of our similar cultures. Our commitment to caring for our communities, our customers, our environment and each other is a fundamental part of who we are and what we do. In tight-knit communities like Alaska and Hawai‘i, this is ever more important.
Read more, on the Alaska Airlines blog.