Haku Baldwin Center was the most recent beneficiary of Ohana Fuels’ ‘Fuel Up. Do Good.’ community giving program. Ohana Fuels partners with nonprofit organizations serving the needs of the local community, and donates a portion of the proceeds from every gallon of gasoline purchased at all Ohana Fuels stations in that community. Sales during the 3rd quarter of 2017 resulted in a donation in the amount of $8,508.22 to Haku Baldwin Center.

Haku Baldwin Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that fosters therapeutic partnerships between people and animals with a range of therapeutic programs offered at no cost to the community, including: Animal-Assisted Therapy/Activities, Humane Animal Education, Therapeutic Horseback Riding, and Horsemanship for Veterans.

“We are grateful for the support of Ohana Fuels,” said Chrissy Stout, Assistant Director of Therapeutic Riding & Horsemanship for Veterans Programs, “Proceeds from the ‘Fuel Up. Do Good.’ campaign will benefit all of our programs which are dedicated to children and adults with special needs, military veterans, seniors, and patients of all ages.”

“At Ohana Fuels we feel it is our duty to support local organizations like Haku Baldwin Center through our ‘Fuel Up. Do Good.’ program,” said Kimo Haynes, President of Hawaii Petroleum. “These organizations provide exceptional services in the local community and we look forward to offering continued support in the years to come.”