Cades Schutte has continued their centennial year celebrations by participating in the American Heart Association (AHA)’s Hawai‘i Heart Walk this past weekend at Kapiolani Park. To honor the firm’s centennial year, Cades Schutte has recommitted itself to serving the community by coordinating and sponsoring pro bono and volunteer events throughout the year. The AHA’s heart walk was one of the firm’s most anticipated volunteer events of the summer.
The AHA is the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. They are committed to their mission of combatting heart disease as it is the number one killer worldwide. The Heart Walk, which is held by over 300 cities across America, is a way for the AHA to promote physical wellbeing and health while simultaneously fundraising money for cardiovascular research and education. This year’s Hawai‘i Heart Walk drew over a thousand participants.
Cades Schutte was proud to have had 30 attorneys, staff members, friends, and family participate in last weekend’s walk. Special thanks to our team coaches Keith Y. Yamada and Ryan M. Hamaguchi for recruiting additional participants and donations across the firm. Altogether, volunteers worked faithfully and were able to raise more than $3,000 for the AHA.
Cades Schutte was thrilled to celebrate this event in person and in the presence of so much community after recent years of isolation. We are eager and look forward to next year’s walk!