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Nonprofit Resources

In order to begin to coordinate strategic statewide support, we encourage you to ask yourself where your organization’s expertise and services could be most valuable in the stages of Response & Relief, Recovery and Resilience outlined here. It may be that your services are not needed immediately, but will be critical at an upcoming stage. Let’s orient ourselves towards the ʻāina and people of Maui that are at the center, and remain steadfast and committed to move with aloha when it’s time. 

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Below are amazing websites where Maui needs and resources are being effectively aggregated

Maui Nui Strong is provided by the County of Maui to help connect our residents, businesses, and visitors to useful information about Maui County, our diverse islands, and a variety of resources that help to promote thriving and vibrant communities.

Hawaiʻi Alliance for Progressive Action has aggregated an extensive and comprehensive Maui Fires Resource Guide.

‘Āina Momona is one of many organizations mobilizing to provide support the families impacted by the devastating wildfires in Maui. They have a list of resources and three primary fundraisers.

The Office of Mazie Hirono has compiled resources for individuals and businesses impacted by the fires on Maui. These include emergency updates, recovery resources and federal resources.