Sending Aloha to Maui

A Message of Aloha to Those Affected

It is heartbreaking to see the devastation caused by the wildfires on Maui and Hawaii Island. Aloha’s thoughts are with those affected by this tragic event. Our focus in the coming days, weeks and months will continue to be with both those affected and the recovery efforts.

 Additional Methods to Provide Support

The requirements of our community, which has been affected by the Maui wildfires, are extensive and continuously changing. There are various options to contribute directly: through volunteering time, offering non-monetary contributions, or making financial donations to well-established organizations that have broad or targeted involvement in the relief endeavors. Any kokua is appreciated and will help those in need in these desperate times. 

Hawaii Community Foundation Maui Strong Fund

The Hawaii Community Foundation established the Maui Strong Fund with the aim of providing assistance and aid to communities impacted by the wildfires in Maui. Funding will support evolving needs, including shelter, food, financial assistance, and other services as identified by our partners doing critical work on Maui.

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American Red Cross of Hawaii

With more than 400 trained disaster workers responding to the wildfires in Hawaii, the American Red Cross is working tirelessly to deliver compassionate and equitable care to the many who are picking up the pieces following the heartbreaking wildfires in Hawaii. Alongside the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Red Cross is helping transition displaced residents from congregate shelters to hotels. This temporary solution will give families and individuals a comfortable and safe place to stay near their community while more permanent housing plans are developed. 

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Maui Food Bank

Top 7 items needed:
Financial Contributions
Canned meat & tuna
Canned fruits & vegetables
Canned meals & soups

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Maui United Way

 Maui Fire and Disaster Relief Donation Page. 100% of the donations to Maui United Way stay in Hawaii.

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Maui Humane Society

 Animal Care including providing pet supplies to those displaced.

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Salvation Army Hawaii

Assists with distributing foods and goods to those displaced. Sign up to be a volunteer. 

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Kanu Hawaii

Providing flights off Maui for those Impacted by the wildfires. Flights are one-way departing from Maui and intended to help people impacted by the fires in this time of transition.

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Maui Economic Opportunity

In an effort to get assistance out quicker, MEO is now accepting direct donations to be used for rental placements and other essential needs for those impacted by the fires. They have been in contact with landlords and Realtors about open units and are compiling a list to provide housing for those in need.

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Department of Health Maui Community

Hawai‘i Wildfire Recovery and Resilience Resource Guide

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Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

 Disaster Assistance

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Aloha Petroleum and Parent Companies Donate $100,000 to Support Maui Relief and Recovery

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