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Maui fire relief community resources

This page is a growing collection of resources, to the best of our ability and knowledge to help  our Maui 'Ohana to find and connect with community resources as we collectively, grieve, process, and slowly begin to heal.

GIVE DIRECTLY to one of over 1300 FAMILIES directly impacted by Maui fires


Moku'ula, Piko of Hawai'i and the Pacific 

Direct Relief Assistance Form

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¿Necesitas ayuda?


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Mālama Makuahine

Oahu Evacuation Birth Nourishment Program

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Resources and Resilience Hubs – West Maui (View Map)

Honokōwai Beach Park

Pōhaku Beach Park

Kahana Boat Ramp

Lahaina Luna 

Nā 'Aikāne o Maui Cultural Center of Lahaina

Currently Located at:
Ka'anapali Sheraton Hotel parking lot.
View the website here

Po'o Uncle Ke'eaumoku and Aunty U'i Kapu
Learn more about them here

Grass roots volunteers providing free medical, mental health and healing support to survivors at Reliance hubs since first days after fire.

Po'o Noelani Ahia

Resources and Resilience Hubs – Central Maui

Upcountry Strong
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Pukalani Hub
55 Pukalani St, Pukalani
Monday to Friday 2pm to 6pm
Saturday 9am to 1pm

Ka 'Ike Mau Loa
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Tree Services and Water Delivery

Na Kia'i O Maui 

AKA "Da Maui Hui"
150 Hana Hwy, Kahului

Donation distribution center 

Po'o Nanette “Aunty Nettie” Kahalaomapuana Aquino and Leihuanani Kealiinohomoku

Kākoʻo Maui Resource Hub

By Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement
at Maui Mall (by Subway) 7 days per week 10am to 6pm 

Direct Aid Applications:

Realtors Relief Foundation Application for Disaster Relief Assistance towards (click here for details): 

  • Rental cost due to displacement from the primary residence resulting from the Wildfire Disaster; or
  • Hotel reimbursement due to displacement from the primary residence resulting from the Wildfire Disaster.
  • Monthly mortgage expenses for primary residence that was damaged by the Wildfire Disaster.

Construction Workers Who lost tools in fire (click here for details): 

Empowering local workers to help with rebuilding and revitalization efforts.

The Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) - Kāko‘o Maui Fund (click here for details)

Funding will support evolving needs, including shelter, food, financial assistance, and other services as identified by our partners doing critical work to support Maui.

Government resources:

County of Maui Official Recovery Information (click here for details):
Re-entry to impacted areas, Safety, Water, Maps, Fire Debris removal, Recovery Phases, Financial and Housing Assistance

Additional Resources