Maui Charity & Donation Centers provides a list of organizations for monetary donations, drop-off locations for community goods, Maui Fire Department, Maui Humane Society, & ways to volunteer.
The Salvation Army
Providing food and resources to those in need, The Salvation Army is accepting Maui donations on its Hawaiʻi site, hawaii.salvationarmy.org.
Maui Mutual Aid Fund
A local effort, the Maui Mutual Aid Fund is run by volunteers looking to get funds and support to vulnerable residents, such as kūpuna (elderly), those with physical disabilities, renters and individuals without insurance. Donations can be sent to bit.ly/mauimutualaide.
Maui United Way
Maui United Way has set up a Maui fire relief fund that will go directly to support Maui fire victims.
Maui Strong Fund
Created by the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation to provide resources for disaster preparedness, response and recovery, the Maui Strong Fund is currently being used to help aid communities affected by the Maui Wildfires. You can donate online at its website, hawaiicommunityfoundation.org/maui-strong, or you can send a check to Hawai‘i Community Foundation, 827 Fort Street Mall, Honolulu, HI, 96813. Make checks payable “Hawai‘i Community Foundation”.
Maui Humane Society
Unfortunately, it’s not just people affected by the fires, but pets too. The Maui Humane Society is asking if you want to donate funds on its website, mauihumanesociety.org.
Hawaiʻi Red Cross
A leader in disaster relief, the Hawaiʻi Red Cross is providing assistance and shelter to Maui fire victims, donate funds on its website and select Hawaii Wildfires redcross.org/donate/donation.
Maui Food Bank
The Maui Food Bank is accepting both physical drop-off donations at various locations across Maui as well as online monetary donations on its website mauifoodbank.org/donate.