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Twenty five Hawaii credit unions have now signed on to a statewide disaster relief effort, “Aloha for Japan,” led by Gov. Neil Abercrombie and demonstrating again that Hawaii feels the impact of the catastrophe more than any other state.

Under participation in Aloha for Japan, the CUs joining major banks have agreed to serve as collection points for donations, encourage members and employees to contribute, and match donations on a dollar-for-dollar basis. Since the effort by the governor, county leaders and business groups began on March 16, more than $1 million has been raised, said Aloha for Japan.    

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