Servco Pacific Inc. and Honolulu Habitat for Humanity have a storied history of working together to build homes and change the lives of families on Oahu. This year, we are grateful and proud to have the support of Servco Pacific as the Presenting Sponsor of Wahine Build.
Giving back is part of Servco’s DNA. Each year, the company mobilizes thousands of team members to serve the communities in which they live, work, and play.
To commemorate their centennial anniversary in 2019, the company celebrated by giving back to the community that has supported them for the past 100 years. Over 40 Servco volunteers participated in two home builds in Waimanalo, helping to install drywall, paint, and lay foundation.
This year’s Wahine Build compliments Servco’s intentional efforts to focus on areas of inclusivity and diversity within the company. One of the groups formed, as part of this journey, is their Wahine Allyship Group, created and led by Servco’s own Wahine team members, with the purpose of supporting women in the workplace.
Many of Servco’s Wahine Allyship Group members participated in this year’s Wahine Build volunteer day to help build Uncle Wili’s future Habitat home. On the build site, they learned how to safely use power tools and worked together to install windows, trim and siding on the two bedroom home in Waimanalo.
Kaelyn Okuhata, Content Marketing Manager at Servco, serves on the Wahine Build Leadership Committee as co-chair of our marketing team. “It’s really great to see that Servco is the Presenting Sponsor this year for Wahine Build,” said Okuhata, “It’s such an important mission building homes for the local community and the families in Waimanalo.”
“We are proud to be the Presenting Sponsor for this year’s Wahine Build in partnership with Honolulu Habitat for Humanity. This partnership aligns with the goals of our Wahine Allyship Group, who are excited to participate in this special event” said Peter Hirano, executive vice president at Servco Pacific Inc. “Along with the Honolulu Habitat for Humanity, we recognize the important role women play in our families, teams, and organizations as we strive toward building strong and diverse communities throughout our state.”