HONOLULU– In the spirit of the holiday season, First Insurance Company of Hawaii (FICOH) and Central Body & Paint in Aiea gifted Kenneth and Royalnette Costa with a 2012 Hyundai Sonata. The Costa family was identified as a deserving client as part of Helping Hands Hawaii’s Adopt a Family Program.
Kenneth and his wife Royalnette, who are both disabled, have three children, ages 1-8. They were running into challenges getting their kids to school, doctor’s appointments, and completing errands because their car was recently stolen.
FICOH donated the salvaged car, Central Body & Paint donated their labor, and Windward Hyundai and Pacific Jobbers donated parts. This is the fourth consecutive year FICOH has collaborated with community partners to donate vehicles to needy families during the holiday season.
This was FICOH’s second donation this month of a vehicle, in collaboration with community partners, to a local family in the Helping Hands Hawaii program.
About First Insurance Company of Hawaii
Founded in 1911, First Insurance Company of Hawaii, Ltd. is the oldest and largest property and casualty insurer domiciled in Hawaii, with assets of $667.8 million, liabilities of $387.6 million, and policyholders’ surplus of $280.1 million as of December 31, 2018.
First Insurance, a member of the Tokio Marine North America (TMNA) group of companies, enjoys an “A+” rating from A.M. Best Co.
Proud of its broadly experienced, service-oriented staff, First Insurance employs more than 350 insurance professionals and distributes its products through 26 independent general agencies. First Insurance was named 2018 Kupuna Advocate of the Year by Hawaii Meals on Wheels (HMOW) for its exemplary support of HMOW and other organizations that serve seniors. It was also awarded the American Heart Association’s Workplace Health Gold Achievement for 2019.