Kākoʻo Maui Relief Aid & Services: A resource center by the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement hosting a rotating line-up of non-profit service providers and agency representatives, including Legal Aid Society of Hawaiʻi, Imua Family Services, and Hawaiʻi Community Lending. Open daily, 10 AM – 6 PM. Located at Maui Mall, between TJ Maxx and Subway.
Vehicle Replacement Program: For survivors of the Maui wildfires, a replacement vehicle program from the Governor is now underway. For details, interested individuals can visit Hertz at hertzcarsales.com, or reach out to any local Avis Budget and Enterprise automobile dealership.
Free trauma informed care and equine assisted services from The Spirit Horse Ranch, call or text (808) 280-7070, email [email protected]
While donations of any form are encouraged, keep in mind that some fundraisers can address urgent needs more quickly. Donating directly to affected families or smaller, local charities can expedite relief efforts.
Maui Recovery Fund: A grassroots fundraiser to support direct relief, community organizing, and rebuilding efforts.
Help Maui Rise: Directly Aid ʻOhana Displaced by Fires: A working document organized by photographers Samantha Feyen, Gabby Pascual, and Kenna Reed that compiles direct donations for affected locals, now featuring a one-click donation option that evenly splits funds across all participating families.
Ama OluKai Foundation: A relief fund by OluKai’s non-profit foundation in which the brand will match the first $200,000 raised.
Pacific Birth Collective: Help the non-profit’s efforts to aid pregnant, laboring, and postpartum Maui families impacted by the fires.
Hoʻōla Maui: Dual fundraisers by the Pauahi Foundation and Kamehameha Schools to alleviate educational expenses for affected families and aid rebuilding efforts for KS Maui & KS Preschool students, families, and staff.
Passion Fruit, 100 percent of shirt sales will be donated to the Kākoʻo Maui Fund by the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement. Pre-sale available through September 15.
Monster Children, half of the sales from the Monster Children x Nora Vasconcellos issue will be donated to HCF’s Maui Strong Fund
Friday, September 8, We Are Maui Paddle Out and Community Gathering at Cove Park, Kīhei. Starts at 8 a.m. on the south end of Kalama Park. Free boards provided for those who do not have one to begin a day of free food, music, massages, mental wellness resources, and keiki activities. Please come early and wear red.
Saturday, September 9, Free Legal Assistance at Maui Economic Opportunity (MEO)I Family Center from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Located at 99 Mahalani Street in Wailuku. Hawai‘i attorneys will offer free legal help and outreach to all members of the Maui community affected by the wildfires.
Sunday, September 10, 2nd Tagnawa Filipino and Latino Outreach Day, Honokowai Beach Park from 12 to 4 p.m. If you are a Filipino or Spanish speaking immigrant affected by the Maui fires and need help signing up for financial assistance, please join. Tagalog, Ilokano, and Spanish speakers will be on site to offer support for this process. Also, free meals. Help Maui Rise will also be there to help set up GoFundMe accounts.