Welcome to our customer newsletter.
If you need up-to-date COVID-19 information, visit cpb.bank/COVID-19
We hope you and your loved ones continue to stay safe and healthy.
Hawaii Kai, Mapunapuna and Ward branches to reopen on June 8
Starting June 8, Hawaii Kai, Mapunapuna and Ward branches will be reopened. These locations will return to their normal hours of Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
At all branches, we continue to dedicate the first hour of each day to kupuna and those most at risk for COVID-19 to do their banking. Your health, and the well-being of our team members, is our priority so we encourage using digital banking when an in-person visit is not necessary.
#KeepHawaiiCooking teams up with Chef Hui’s Give & Go Community Meal Program
Sharing food is one way to help keep Hawaii families healthy, resilient and connected. This idea inspired #KeepHawaiiCooking, powered by the Central Pacific Bank Foundation, to join with the Give & Go Community Meal Program. Both initiatives are aligned in providing financial assistance to local restaurants who in turn prepare meals that are donated back into the community.
More than 800 prepared meals were shared with families in need. Each family also received healthy staples like fresh fruits, vegetables, and eggs; and an additional Hawaiian style meal was provided to over 300 families celebrating graduating seniors.
See more details here.
Re-building for the New Normal – webinar replay
We recently partnered with Step Stone Business Development, UHERO and UNIBODY Autotech Collision Centers for a 30-minute discussion focusing on economic recovery scenarios for Hawaii, optimizing cash and employee engagement, and financial health tips for your business.
If you missed the live event, the recording is now available.
Add masks and hand sanitizer to your emergency kit
Hurricane season has officially arrived and lasts through November 30. Although forecasters estimate a 75% chance of "near to or below normal" tropical cyclone activity, authorities stress it only takes one hurricane to leave behind significant damage.
It’s never too late to be prepared. Hawaiian Electric offers an extensive Handbook on Emergency Preparedness that is available for free download, and in several languages, on their website here.
This year, the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency also urges you to include masks and hand sanitizer in your emergency kit.
Mental health services for those in need
Fear, worry, and stress are a few normal responses that we may feel as we are faced with the uncertainty and unknown resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you are without insurance and seek psychological support to manage through this time, the Hawaii Psychological Association is providing free telehealth services from mental health experts, including psychologists, marriage and family therapists, clinical social workers, and mental health counselors.
Request services from the Hawaii Mental Health Pro Bono COVID-19 project here.
If you have questions or concerns regarding your accounts, contact us directly.