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◄  Back to Search Results  |  January 11, 2024

Supporting our community. Supporting each other

At Central Pacific Bank, we strongly believe in promoting a safe and supportive environment for all. That's why we want to bring attention to the serious issue of domestic violence and the resources that are available to those who may be experiencing it.

Did you know that one in four women and one in seven men will experience domestic violence at some point in their lifetime? This alarming statistic highlights the widespread nature of this issue. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, please know that there are resources available to help.  

In Hawaii, here are some of those helpful resources: 

  • Domestic Violence Action Center (DVAC): https://domesticviolenceactioncenter.org/
    • Offers emergency shelter, individual and group counseling, advocacy, and prevention education.
  • Hawaii State Coalition Against Domestic Violence: https://www.hscadv.org/
    • Provides a comprehensive resource directory for shelters, crisis hotlines, legal support, and more.
  • Child & Family Services (CFS) Domestic Abuse Hotlines:
    • Oahu: (808) 841-0822
    • Maui: (808) 270-7557
    • Kauai: (808) 241-3153
    • Molokai: (808) 567-6809
    • Lanai: (808) 565-7021
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or TTY 1-800-787-3224
    • Provides 24/7 confidential support and crisis intervention.

In a show of solidarity against domestic violence, our employees took part in the Men’s March Against Violence last year. This event not only represents the strong values of our bank, but also highlights the strong community spirit of our employees.

As an organization, we understand the importance of supporting those in need, especially in our local community. That is why CPB Foundation recently made donations to organizations in Hawaii that work to support victims of domestic violence. CPB and CPB Foundation remain committed to making a positive impact and standing alongside these organizations in their efforts to create a safer environment for all individuals.

If you or someone you know is in need of assistance or simply needs someone to talk to, please don't hesitate to reach out to the resources mentioned above.