Maui Nui Strong Website
A comprehensive resource for those looking to receive or offer help, including services for those impacted by the fires, volunteer sign ups, and a robust list of organizations to support with donations.
Maui Disaster Response and Recovery Support
To offer or request help: Complete this easy online form. Sponsored by Maui Rapid Response, a collective disaster response organization made up of individuals from Maui-Mutual-Aid, Maui-Strong, and other nonprofit and direct-aid organizations.
Maui Recovers Website
The MauiRecovers.org website serves as a comprehensive resource hub for information and support services, including:
Re-entry Information: Guidance on safe re-entry to affected areas
Water and Wastewater Updates: Status of services in impacted areas.
Maps and Data: Interactive maps help navigate impacted areas during the recovery process.
Fire Debris Removal: Updates on the removal of hazardous materials.
Financial and Housing Assistance: Detailed information on assistance programs to support recovery.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Answers to common questions.
Subscribe to receive real-time updates tailored to assist those impacted by the fires.
The Kākoʻo Maui Fund
The Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement Kākoʻo Maui Fund is accepting funding applications from Native Hawaiian ʻohana, small businesses, non-profits, and community organizations. For more information: https://www.hawaiiancouncil.org/
There Was a Fire: A Story for Young Keiki on Maui
This story is designed by Liz Hartline, Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education, Honolulu Community College. A story for children ages 3-8 who have been affected by the Maui wildfires.
Download the Power Point version here to edit the content and adjust for your situation.
For more resources for keiki and adults, visit the Early Childhood Action Strategy’s Maui Wildfire Resources Page.