Par Hawaii Revs Up Support for Special Olympics Hawaii

Aug 3, 2022 | PC Community

Make a donation during Par Hawaii’s Fueling Dreams campaign at any participating nomnom store starting August 1

Par Hawaii’s Fueling Dreams campaign returns for its second time this year to drive awareness for Special Olympics Hawaii athletes and programs. From August 1 through August 31, 2022, island drivers can make a pit stop at 34 participating nomnom stores across Oahu, Hawaii Island and Maui to make a donation to Special Olympics Hawaii.

“Par Hawaii is proud to support Special Olympics Hawaii and the amazing and important work they do to keep athletes healthy both physically and emotionally,” said Par Hawaii’s Vice President – Retail, Eric Lee. “We are excited for the return of Fueling Dreams and we appreciate the generosity from our customers to help raise funds for Special Olympics Hawaii’s athletes and programs.”

Par Hawaii, marketer of Hele and 76 Hawaii, has been a strong supporter of Special Olympics Hawaii for more than three decades. To date, the Fueling Dreams campaign has raised more than $927,594 for Special Olympics Hawaii athletes and programs. “Par Hawaii continues to go above and beyond for our athletes and this year will increase their impact by holding two separate Fueling Dreams campaigns to raise funds and awareness for our organization,” says Special Olympics Hawaii’s President and CEO, Dan Epstein. “We are extremely grateful for their partnership and their support to fuel the dreams of our athletes and provide life-changing opportunities they might not otherwise experience”

All donations received from the Fueling Dreams campaign allow Special Olympics Hawaii to continue to provide programs and training – both online and in-person – for more than 3,400 youth and adult athletes with intellectual disabilities.

Special Olympics Hawaii provides year-round sports programs and training for athletes with intellectual disabilities, free of charge. Since 1968 Special Olympics has been changing attitudes about the talents of people with intellectual disabilities and raising awareness to build an inclusive and unified community.

For more information on the annual Fueling Dreams campaign or on Special Olympics Hawaii, please visit You can also follow Special Olympics Hawaii on Twitter,, on Facebook at, and on Instagram at

About Special Olympics Hawaii

Special Olympics is a global inclusion movement using sports, health, education, and leadership programs around the world to end discrimination against and empower people with intellectual disabilities. Founded in 1968, Special Olympics Hawaii has grown to serve more than 5,196 athletes and Unified partners on every island in our state. With the support of more than 10,800 coaches and volunteers, Special Olympics delivers 10 Olympic-type sports and over 50 games and competitions throughout the year. Special Olympics is supported by individuals, foundations and corporate partners.

There is never a fee to any athlete or family to participate in Special Olympics programs. Engage with us on: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Learn more at

About Par Hawaii

Par Hawaii, the state’s leading provider of petroleum products and transportation fuels, is headquartered in Honolulu and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Houston, Texas-based Par Pacific Holdings, Inc. Par Hawaii owns the state’s only operating petroleum refinery in Kapolei, Oahu, distributes fuels via pipelines on Oahu and barges to all major harbors in the state, markets fuels through a network of 76 and Hele retail stations throughout Hawaii, and operates the nomnom convenience stores.

Photo Credit: Special Olympics Hawaii

Photo Credit: Special Olympics Hawaii

Photo Credit: Special Olympics Hawaii