Malama Maui

Aloha ohana, 
Thank you for your support of Maui Fire Victims in these tumultuous times. Below is a list of organizations will be assisting with various fundraisers in the month of September. You are welcome to support our broad efforts and/or contribute directly to the organizations of your choice. Mahalo nui loa. 

Maui Mutual Aid 
Grassroots monetary fund being distributed quickly to vulnerable residents in need. Maui. This organization has been vetted by various groups including Maui Rapid Response. 

Na Aikāne o Maui 
Nā ‘Aikāne cultural center is on the frontline in the relief and recovery efforts in Lahaina, Maui after the devastating wildfires on August 8th, 2023.  Supplies were on the ground the next day.  All one time donations will go directly to assisting the residents, especially Kānaka Maoli, and then rebuilding the Cultural Center after things settle.
Maui United Way Fire Disaster Relief Fund 
Working to meet the needs via fast-tracked grants approvals to existing grassroots organizations that are local and focused on basic needs. Their work is guided by a deep desire to increase equity and decrease long-standing disparities for communities. 

Maui Hub 
A non-profit, community-based organization whose primary mission is to provide fresh local affordable produce to Maui low income residents, food banks, and community kitchens. They are currently focused on ensuring that fire victims have access to fresh produce and assisting affected farmers. 

Maui Strong 
Created by the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation to provide resources for disaster preparedness, response and recovery, the Maui Strong Fund is currently being used to help aid communities affected by the Maui Wildfires.