Give Aloha at Foodland to Help Us Raise Funds!
September 01, 2020
CrimeStoppers Honolulu is participating in Give Aloha, Foodland’s Annual Community Matching Gifts Program. This program honors Foodland’s founder, Maurice J. “Sully” Sullivan, and continues his legacy of giving back to the community.
How It Works
From September 1-30, customers are invited to make donations of up to $249 to participating Hawaii non-profit organizations at checkout. Donations are accepted at any Foodland, Sack N Save or Foodland Farms checkout. Foodland and the Western Union Foundation will match a portion of each donation. Individuals must use their own Maika'i number to make a donation. Donations made without a Maika'i number will not be matched.
How to Donate
At checkout, present your Maika'i card (or provide your number) and inform the cashier that you would like to make a donation to CRIMESTOPPERS HONOLULU, code number 79016. If you do not have a Maika'i card/number, you may request to establish one. Your donation will be added to your grocery purchase total. You may donate up to $249 per organization; any portion exceeding $249 will not be matched. The amount you donate and the name of our organization will appear on your receipt. Donations must be payable to Foodland or Sack N Save.
Acknowledgement of Your Donation
Donor names will not be released to our organization. Therefore, if you would like to us to know of your gift, please contact us directly so that we may properly acknowledge your gift. You may ask the cashier for a duplicate receipt to submit to us.
Are These Contributions Tax Deductible?
These contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Please save your store receipt for tax purposes since it will be the only record you will have of your donation(s).
Matching gifts will be determined at the end of the program. Our organization will receive 100% of all customer donations given to us, plus each donation made with a Maika'i card, will be partially matched by a gift from Foodland and the Western Union Foundation.
Please contact Community Relations at Foodland at (808) 732-0791 ext. 7388 if you have any additional questions.
(CANCELED) CrimeStoppers Honolulu Denim and Diamonds Gala
April 10, 2020
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CrimeStoppers Holiday Shopping Tips
November 26, 2019
2019 CrimeStoppers USA Coordinator of the Year
November 11, 2019
Sergeant Chris Kim is attending the CrimeStoppers USA National Conference in Tempe, Arizona as an attendee and guest speaker. There are approximately 350 CrimeStoppers Organizations across the United States that are a part of CrimeStoppers USA.
At last night’s award banquet, Sergeant Kim was awarded the 2019 CrimeStoppers USA Coordinator of the Year. CrimeStoppers Honolulu was recognized for all it’s achievement on a national level.
Halloween 2019 Safety Tips
October 28, 2019
Aloha everyone! It’s that time of year again! Halloween is in 4 days! Let’s enjoy it with these safety tips!
1. Always accompany your Keiki when they are trick or treating. Trick or treating is safer with a big group. Make sure your Keiki Is with you at all times.
2. Plan your route. Trick or treat in familiar neighborhoods.
3. Enter homes with a trusting adult.
4. Check your costume. They should be fitted to avoid trips and falls.
5. Always test make-up in a small area first. Remove it before going to bed.
6. Always use the crosswalk. Stay on the sidewalks. Vehicles may not see you because of your costume.
7. Do not eat your candy until an adult checks them. Check your candy carefully. Throw away anything that looks rotten or suspicious.
8. Carry a reflective bag.
9. Carry your cellphone just in case you get lost in the crowd.
10. Bring a flash light or wear glow bracelets or necklaces or carry glow sticks.
#halloween2019 #crimestoppershonolulu #trickortreat #safetytips
CrimeStoppers 7th Annual Charity Golf Tournament, Hawaii Prince Golf Club
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CrimeStoppers share surveillance of recent crimes on an assault, a forgery and a purse snatching
May 08, 2019
13th Annual Fundraiser Dinner
April 05, 2019
Download fundraiser letter, registration, and donation form:
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March 12, 2019
Student CrimeStoppers from Damien Memorial School
March 08, 2019
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January 08, 2019
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January 03, 2019
Celebrate Safe Communities
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6th Annual Golf TournamentAnnual Golf Tournament
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12th Annual Fundraiser Dinner
April 06, 2018
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December 06, 2017
11th Annual Dinner Fundraiser
April 01, 2017
5th Annual Golf Tournament
August 19, 2016
4th Annual Golf Tournament
August 28, 2015
June 16, 2010
CrimeStoppers held its 8th Mahalo Luncheon at Hale Ikena Restaurant on June 16, 2010. Each year CrimeStoppers hosts a lunch to thank our partners that make the program successful and give awards to deserving receipients.
This year our award for the Most CrimeStoppers Arrest went to the District 3, Crime Reduction Unit, for making the most arrest based on tips received through CrimeStoppers. The unit is headed by Sergeant Douglas Iwamasa.
The Media Television Award went to Marissa Yamanae from KHON2 for "Hawaii's Most Wanted, " that airs on the 6'oclock news every Saturday.
The Media Print Award went to Don Chapman from Midweek for " Hawaii's 10 Most Wanted" which is printed every year.
The Media Radio Award went to 98.5 "The Wake-Up Crew," Rory Wilde, Gregg Hammer, and Crystal Akana for our weekly fugitive of the week every Wednesday morning at 7:00 a.m.
The Oustanding Volunteer Award went to the volunteer with the most hours worked for 2009/2010. The award was given to Mr. Mel Hayashi.
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