Adventist Health Castle | Windward Health | Summer 2020

MAHALO for your donation! We are incredibly grateful for your recent donations of personal protective equipment, medical supplies, money, food, flowers and messages of support. We appreciate your generosity and the commitment you’ve expressed to our medical staff and all of our associates. We are working around the clock to deliver the highest-quality patient care while trying to stay healthy ourselves. Your donation helps all of us further our ability to succeed during this health crisis. Thank you for being our partners. Your generosity and confidence in our work means the world to us. Thank you for playing your important role, too, by staying home and practicing good social distancing and hand hygiene practices. With gratitude, Adventist Health Castle’s leadership, support and care teams Community collaboration at work One of the favorite Associate Appreciation surprises at Adventist Health Castle was individual bottles of hand sanitizer, donated by Ko‘olau Distillery. The company pivoted its operations to help fill the demand for alcohol-based hand sanitizer, using a formula approved by the World Health Organization. “We had no idea of the scope of the sanitizer shortage when we started out, but when the emergency responders called to say they were out, it was a wake-up call for us,” recalls Eric Dill, the company’s co-founder. He and his partner, Ian Brooks, put in 17-hour days to ramp up production. Both are retired Marines. “Helping out is what we do,” Eric says. All of the sanitizer they make has been donated to organizations on the front lines of coronavirus response. When contacted by Castle, they agreed to make a donation and noted the need for hydrogen peroxide, a key ingredient that was in short supply. Knowing that school science labs use hydrogen peroxide for class experiments, Tracie Ann Tjapkes, director of Castle Wellness & Lifestyle Medicine, asked the Hawai‘i Association of Independent Schools for help. She received donations from Iolani, Punahou and Trinity Christian School, as well as mason jars from other organizations. DONORS* WHO ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE Aaron’s Dive Shop Adventist Malama Elementary Wanda Akiu All-State Plastics AMES School Erik Anderson Faith S. Arakawa Sandra Arashiro Ryan Ashlock Jessica Bakhit Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Baldonado Dayna Barbadillo Bee and Tea Kailua/ Nohea Tano Marine Bissonnette Bob’s Pizza Scott Burghardt Robin Burton-Gates Quinlan Cambra Castle Health Group Central Pacific Bank Audrey Chang Alan Cheung, MD Coby Chock Pastor Dan Chun Pam Chun Levi Collins Commercial Investment Strategies Consolidated Theaters CPI Foundation Rich Davison Domino’s Pizza Kailua Jan Enos EveryOne Group First Assembly of God First Hawaiian Bank First Presbyterian Church Flag Oahu Matt Forster Myles and Clara Furubayashi Marissa Futa Kacie Gall George Y. Ganeko Trixy Gasper Mark Gavin Justine Glynn Trudi Gold Colin Harrington Harry C. & Nee C. Wong Foundation Hatteras Press Hawai‘i Chinese American and Local Community Hawai‘i Pacific University/COVID-19 Working Group Hawaiian Island Ministries Hawaiian Mission Academy Ka Lama Iki Elementary Hawaiian Mission Academy Windward Joan Hiel Keikilani Ho James Hoffman Jeff Hooker Jonathan and Candace Hough Maelin Ibara Robert Imoto Iolani School Melissa Jackson Jerky Labs Charissa Johns Sue Jorgenson Kailua Dance Academy/ Carolyn Feher Kailua Gardens Community Association Kalani High School Class of 1969 Kalapawai Market Kamehameha School/ Brandon Teshima Kapiolani Kekaulike Share Aloha Program Kaui Kauhi Kelly (Kolby) Kimura Ko‘olau Distillery Kelly Krater KTM Services Lashed Up Studio Laulani Dental Care Katherine LeBlanc Patty Lee Leighton Lam Designs Le Jardin Academy Yvette Like Shelly K. Lilio Macy’s and Longs Drugs/Clinton Nakahara Melissa Malahoff-Kamei Malama Hawai‘i Hospitals Mamoru & Aiko Takitani Foundation Lisa Marten Mr. and Mrs. Brian T. Marting John Mauch Bob McCormick McKinley High School Class of 1969 Meadow Gold Hawai‘i Paula Morata Mike Morrison Marissa Nakata Madeline O’Connor Peter J. Opdahl Orchid Lei Company Donna Otto Penelope Owen Pedwater Farm Jonnetta Peters Pam Powell Punahou School Kathy Raethel Jared Ratto Red Light Healing Co. Regina Jasmin Rodriguez Roosevelt High School Class of 1969 Dorothy Sakamoto Auriz Sanchez Charles Seamster II Pastor Tim Shaw Frank and Jane Shuller Vanessa Souki Spouses of Marine Corps Base Hawai‘i Starbucks Enchanted Lake/Amanda Ogimachi Tamaye Family Ann Tanaka Ten Tomorrow/Summer Shiigi Kaiea Thibaut Heidar Thordarson Rebecca Tomlinson Phyllis Torres David B. Trepanier Jenna Tsuzaki Julia Tsuzaki University Health Alliance Melinda Walker Windward Harbour Jerry Wile Calvin Wong Cindy Kumiko Wong Ed, David and Reecie Wong Gordon Wong Colette Yamada Brion Zablan Kenneth J. Zienkiewicz *We apologize if you donated and your name is not on this list. We used the most current list of donations prior to publication of this issue. The list is constantly being updated, and some donations have come in with illeg- ible donor information that we are following up on. If your name is missing from the list, please call our Development Department at 263-5335 . 6 | WINDWARD HEALTH