Our Mission

The Maui Disaster Relief Fund is a financial resource set up by concerned citizens to provide assistance and support to individuals, communities, or regions affected by the Maui fire disaster. These funds are intended to help alleviate the immediate and long-term impacts of the nation’s deadliest wildfire event in more than a century.

The funds collected through Maui Disaster Relief Funds are typically used to:

  1. Provide Immediate Aid: This includes providing emergency shelter, food, clean water, medical supplies, and other essentials to those affected by the disaster.
  2. Support Recovery: Disaster Relief Funds often help with long-term recovery efforts, such as rebuilding homes, infrastructure, and community facilities that were damaged or destroyed.
  3. Assist Vulnerable Populations: Funds are often allocated to support vulnerable populations, such as the elderly, children, and people with disabilities, who may be disproportionately affected by disasters.
  4. Coordinate Relief Efforts: Funds can be used to coordinate and manage the various relief efforts, including mobilizing resources, logistics, and communication.
  5. Offer Financial Assistance: Some funds may provide financial assistance to individuals and families who have lost income or livelihoods due to the disaster.
  6. Promote Preparedness and Resilience: Part of the funds may be allocated to programs that promote disaster preparedness and community resilience to future disasters.

If you're interested in contributing to or learning more about a specific Maui Disaster Relief Fund, please contact us.

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