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  • Aloha United Way has created the Maui Relief Fund that will go directly to efforts supporting victims of the fires.


    Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement is partnering with Alakaʻina Foundation Family of Companies and Kākoʻo Haleakalā to match every community donation for ʻohana impacted by the devastating wildfires on Maui.


    Foodland stores are accepting donations at checkout to support the American Red Cross of Hawaii’s efforts toward Maui fire relief. Shoppers can:

    • Make donations of up to $249
    • Donate 250 Maikaʻi points ($5 equivalent donation)
    • Round up purchases to the nearest dollar
    • Donate change


    Goodwill Hawaii will be giving away more than $400,000 in emergency vouchers to people impacted by the wildfires on Maui so they can get free clothing and household goods at any Goodwill Store in the state.


    Hawaiʻi Ag & Culinary Alliance announced it will resurrect the Kokua Restaurant and Hospitality Fund for Maui to provide immediate assistance to the restaurant, bar and hospitality workers displaced by the devastating wildfires that have impacted West Maui.


    Hawaiʻi Community Foundation Maui Strong Fund will be used to support Maui communities affected by recent fires, including response and recovery efforts.


    Hawaiʻi Restaurant Association is organizing donations and volunteer efforts on Maui and for evacuees on Oʻahu.

    • You can contribute to relief efforts on Maui here.
    • You can contribute to evacuees transported to Oʻahu here.


    Hawaii Salvation Army is asking for monetary donations and large volume meal donations from restaurants and certified kitchens to aid in mass meal service at Maui shelters.


    Island Energy Services (Texaco in Hawaiʻi) has announced a 1:1 matching contribution program up to $50,000 to the Hawai‘i Community Foundation’s Maui Strong Fund helping those affected by the Maui wildfires.

    • Starting on Friday, August 11, donations may be made at participating Texaco locations statewide. Customers can make donations in the convenience store (not at the pump) by selecting a denomination or by rounding up their purchase to the nearest dollar.


    Kyo-ya has partnered with Charitable Ventures to create the Aloha for Sheraton Maui Relief Fund to provide financial assistance directly to the Sheraton Maui ‘Ohana and their families. Kyo-ya has committed $300,000 and the Osano Family has personally committed $200,000 to kick-off the fundraising efforts. We invite you to join us in supporting our Sheraton Maui ‘Ohana.


    The Legacy of Aloha Foundation is collecting donations through T S Legacy of Aloha Foundation, a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization. With any funds raised, they plan to give grants to more than 800 T S Restaurants and Maui Brewing Co Restaurants employees on Maui, some of whom have lost their homes or been temporarily displaced. Any remaining funds will be given to accredited nonprofits working on the ground in Maui. 100% of donations will go towards the effort of supporting our Maui ʻohana.


    Maui Food Bank is seeking monetary donations in efforts to feed thousands of displaced residents.

    • Donate here:
    • The Maui Food Bank is asking the public to limit phone and email inquiries so the organization can focus on emergency relief.


    Maui Mutual Aid is seeking donations to support Maui families, kūpuna, people with disabilities, and those with limited or no insurance.


    OluKai will match the first $200,000 in contributions made on its Ama OluKai Foundation website.


    UH Maui College is seeking monetary donations for students and their families who are being directly impacted by the fires, whether they have lost homes, businesses or jobs. As the new school year starts, please help us keep students, faculty, staff and their families resilient during this unprecedented emergency situation.


  • Maui Humane Society says its animals are safe but needs to free up space to take in more displaced pets. Mainlanders and locals can:

    • Drop off pet supplies to displaced families who still have their animals
    • Donate money to help the shelter meet an increase in demand for care
    • Report a lost or found pet here
    • Call (808) 877-3680 for more information or visit their website at


  • Feed My Sheep is a unique mobile food distribution program to neighborhoods of need each week where staff and volunteers pass out groceries to those who need help and qualify financially. Volunteers are needed for food distribution and sorting.


    Maui Humane Society’s mission is to protect and save the lives of Maui’s animals, accepting all in need, educating the community, and inspiring respect and compassion towards all animals. Volunteers are needed for sorting and organizing incoming donations.