August 15, 2023
Maui Fires: Here is where you can Donate
The best way you can help provide immediate support to Maui Fire relief efforts is through a cash donation. This enables the Organizations on the ground to provide immediate resources and purchase necessary supplies. All charities soliciting disaster relief funds in Hawaii are required to register with Department of the Attorney General. Their website has a look up search tool.
If you would like to Support Maui, please consider a donation to one of the trusted Organizations listed below:
HAWAII COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
COUNCIL FOR NATIVE HAWAIIAN ADVANCEMENT
You can also donate to the Red Cross by calling 1-800-HELP NOW (1-800-435-7669).
ROTARY DISTRICT 5000
ALOHA UNITED WAY INC.
THE MAUI FOOD BANK
MAUI HUMANE SOCIETY
MAUI Fire: Additional Resources & Information
Update - Travel Advisory for West Maui Lifted October 8 Governor Josh Green has announced that West Maui communities, including Kā‘anapali, Nāpili, Honokōwai, and Kapalua, will fully reopen on October 8th, two months after the wildfires that destroyed Lahaina on...
Chinatown Stands in Support of Maui! Last Saturday, August 26, community volunteers placed the finishing touches on a new Chinatown Mural honoring the victims and survivors of the Maui Fires. The Mural is located at the corner of King and Nuuanu Streets in Chinatown...
Alaska Airlines Flash Sale 40% Discount Code Travel to Maui Alaska Airlines, in an effort to support local businesses impacted by the Maui fires is offering a special 40% discount off flights for travel to Maui, now through October 18, 2023. Tickets need to be booked...
Aloha Tower lit in Maui’s official color of Pink. From Hawaii DOT, “In the spirit of the Governor’s order to lower the state flag to half mast, Aloha Tower will be lit in Maui's official color throughout the month of August in mourning for those lost from the Maui...
Updates - Cat Sanctuary Booking Availability Temporarily Suspended Until October 1 Expeditions Ferry has moved operations to the Maalaea Boat Harbor and have resumed limited service between Maui and Lanai. At this time we have temporarily suspended Lanai Cat Sanctuary...
Map credit & courtesy GoHawaii Should I travel to Maui now? The decision of whether to visit Maui is a personal one that each guest must make. We encourage guests with current Maui travel plans, particularly reservations after October 1 to the unaffected areas...
Visit the Hawai‘i Wildfire Recovery and Resilience Resource Guide. The Guide is also displayed in the iFrame below:
Working List - Maui Disaster Relief ResourcesUpdated 8/16/23 How to Donate to MAUI Relief Organizations Apply for FEMA disaster assistance• Website: www.disasterassistance.gov• Phone: 1-800-621-3362 (available 24/7). Disaster survivors who are deaf, hard of hearing,...