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Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii,Inc.

A BBB Accredited Charity since 10/06/1999.


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Name: Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii,Inc.
Phone: (808) 521-3811
Fax: (808) 528-1599
Address: 418 Kuwili St, #106
Honolulu, HI 96817-5364
Report Creation Date: April 30, 2013
Report Expiration Date: April 30, 2014
Original Business Start Date: March 1963
Principal: Mr. Dennis Brown, President/CEO
Customer Contact: Ms. Kristina Rau, Marketing and PR - (808) 695-4567
Type of Business: Charity - Local, Youth Organizations & Centers
BBB Accreditation: This organization is a BBB Accredited Charity.

Additional DBA Names

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Honolulu, Inc.

BBB Comments

The most recent report on this organization has expired. A new report has not been developed due to lack of inquiries.

BBB Charity Seal Participation

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Additional Contact Information

Additional Phone Numbers
Tel: (808) 521-3811 - 231 Shereen Goto
Tel: (808) 695-4567
Tel: (808) 695-4561

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Report as of August 27, 2014 17:32
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