Send direct aid to O’hana displaced by fires through this comprehensive list of individuals and orgs.
Support ‘Āina Momona’s fundraiser to support the Maui community. All the funds raised will be given to the Hawaii Community Foundation Maui County Strong Fund.
Donate to Central Grants Station’s Maui Mutual Aid Fund to support displaced families and community members.
The Maui Strong Fund is providing financial resources that can be deployed quickly, with a focus on rapid response and recovery for the devastating wildfires on Maui.
Organized by the Council of Native Hawai’ian Advancement, is rapidly raising emergency funds through a $1,000,000 matching campaign. 100% of donations will support relief efforts led by Maui organizations.
The Maui Food bank is working on the ground to collect and distribute emergency food supplies to affected communities and coordinate disaster response volunteers at their local donation sites.
The American Red Cross of Hawai’i us providing free shelter, food, and supplies for anyone in need—no identification required. Over 150 additional trained Red Cross responders are en-route to support relief operations in Hawai’i.
The Maui Community Power Recovery Fund is providing long-term recovery efforts. Their organizing and relief partners are experienced advocating for local communities, whose progress has long been held back by outsider special interest groups who are likely to seek profits as Maui rebuilds.
Maui Aloha: The People’s Response is mobilizing fire relief funds to move kōkua (donations in the spirit of kindness) to trusted community organizers and organizations on the ground.
The Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s Hawai’i Wildfires Recovery Fund supports equitable recovery efforts led by local organizations and addresses gaps that emerge after the initial emergency response has passed.
Hosted by the Amalgamated Foundation, the Maui Just Recovery Fund supports immediate relief efforts to house, feed and support displaced families and dedicate resources for the long term efforts to rebuild and advance structural change.
WCK is first to the frontlines, providing meals in response to humanitarian, climate, and community crises. When disaster strikes, WCK’s Relief Team mobilizes to the frontlines with the urgency of now to start cooking and provide meals to people in need.