Our entire State is deeply saddened for the Enriquez and Kalama Ohana and our HPD brothers and sisters as they find solace from a horrific and senseless tragedy. Honolulu fire fighters who responded to the scene were also caught in the fray. Many of you may have Ohana employed with HPD or EMS who responded. As fire fighters, our instincts tell us to go put out the fire, but an active shooter situation underscores the reality of the dangers of a first responder’s job. This tragedy will be remembered as the Hibiscus Drive Incident. For some, it may take a long while for the wound to heal; for the scar to fade. If you need to talk or find yourself unable to find balance, please seek assistance. Call your Peer Support Team or any HFFA board member.

Financial Institutions Kokua for HPD Officers
Tiffany Enriquez and Kaulike Kalama

The Hawaii Law Enforcement Federal Credit Union (HLEFCU) has opened The Officers Enriquez & Kalama Memorial Fund to accept donations for the families of Honolulu Police Officers Tiffany Enriquez and Kaulike Kalama.  Donations may be made at any of their branches on Oahu or by mail (checks only).  Please make checks payable to The Officers Enriquez & Kalama Memorial Fund.  A complete list of branch locations and hours can be found on their website, click here.

The Hawaii Bankers Association, comprised of the eight major banks across the State of Hawaii have also come together to help. “Our financial institutions have come together to make it easier for the public to support the families of the fallen officers,” said Neal Okabayashi, Executive Director of the Hawaii Bankers Association. Donations may be made at any branch of the following HBA financial institutions statewide. Checks can be made payable to The Officers Enriquez & Kalama Memorial Fund.

  • American Savings Bank
  • Bank of Hawaii
  • Central Pacific Bank
  • Finance Factors
  • First Hawaiian Bank
  • Hawaii National Bank
  • Home Street Bank
  • Territorial Savings Bank

Checks may also be mailed or dropped off at the SHOPO office at 1717 Hoe Street (map). “By partnering with the Hawaii Bankers Association, the public can rest assured that their donations will go directly to the families of Officer Tiffany Enriquez and Officer Kaulike Kalama,” said Malcolm Lutu, President of SHOPO. “We are grateful for the overwhelming support we have received during this difficult time.”

Hawaii’s Finest Concert Benefits Fallen Officers

Tickets are available at both Ward and Kapolei store locations or visit HiFinest.com. All proceeds will be donated to the families of Officer Enriquez and Officer Kalama.

Other Fundraiser Events

  • TJ’s Sports Bar and Grill on Kapiolani Boulevard (map) is also holding a ‘Fundraiser for the Fallen‘ on Sunday Jan. 26 at 3 PM. Tickets $10. Will include a silent auction and raffle. Proceeds from the sale of select beer and liquor will be included in the fundraiser. Donations to be split among the families of Officers Tiffany Enriquez and Kaulike Kalama.
  • UFC Gym by BJ Penn – All locations will hold a special workout on Saturday February 1 at 9 AM to honor Enriquez who was a prized bodybuilder. Donations are suggested for members and guests who choose to participate.