Available Community Resources

Our focus right now is getting relief to the people who need it most, while we strategize to rebuild for the long haul.

If you have questions or a resource to add, please contact us at kakoomaui@hawaiiancouncil.org or (808) 204-2722.

Visit our Resource Center in Kahului

Our doors are open at the Kākoʻo Maui Relief & Aid Services Center, at Maui Mall.

This resource hub will provide a collaborative and cultural approach to help those impacted by the wildfires access direct aid and services.

Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement,
Kākoʻo Maui Relief & Aid Services Center
153 E Kamehameha Ave Ste 101, Kahului, HI 96732

Monday-Friday from 8am-6pm

Service Providers at the Resource Center

The hub will host both non-profit service providers and representatives from various agencies, on a rotating basis, including:

Imua Family ServicesHealthcare navigators from Imua Family Services help eligible residents in Maui County apply for and enroll in health and medical coverage. They provide assistance with Med-QUEST and the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace, as well as navigating qualifications for subsidies such as Premium Tax Credits and Cost Share Reductions.

FEMA: Federal assistance is available to eligible individuals and families affected by this disaster. 

Hawaiʻi Cares- If you need mental health, substance use, or suicide prevention support, please contact Hawai‘i CARES 988 by calling or texting 988, 24/7 or visit us at the Kākoʻo Maui Resource Center. (If you are experiencing a medical or psychiatric emergency please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room)

Hawai‘i Community LendingHawai’i Community Lending’s long-term goal is to assist those impacted on Maui to rebuild their homes by preventing foreclosure and securing land access, providing financial aid for disaster victims, administering the Kanaka Anti-Displacement fund to protect Native Hawaiians, and by providing a dedicated team working to make rebuilding easier.

Hawaiian Community AssetsHawaiian Community Assets and Hawai‘i Community Lending (HCL) has launched a two-phase Maui Response and Recovery Strategy to increase public awareness and access to homeowner insurance, disaster assistance, and grants and loans for recovery and rebuilding.

Native Hawaiian Legal CorporationNHLC provides legal services to empower Native Hawaiians families, cultural practitioners, and communities as they defend and assert their legal rights in Native Hawaiian law.

Legal Aid Society of Hawai‘i Public interest, non-profit law firm dedicated to achieving fairness and justice through legal advocacy, outreach, and education for those in need.

Makai Foundation– works to catch fire survivors falling through the cracks in the system and to meet unmet needs in the community, to help build resiliency and restore hope.

Maui Behavioral Health Resources – MBHR has the full range of mental and emotional well-being – from the basics of how one copes with day-to-day challenges of life, including family relationships, to the treatment of mental illnesses, such as depression or personality disorder, as well as substance use disorder and other addictive behaviors. 

Maui AIDS Foundation –  MAF is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) health and social service organization always striving to meet the needs of the Maui County community. MAF offers health insurance enrollment assistance. 

Maui Family Support Services – To promote healthy family functioning by providing  supportive services which build on family strengths.

Right of Entry, Debris Removal Consolidation: The County of Maui, State of Hawai‘i, FEMA and local officials will coordinate with the U.S Army Corps of Engineers to offer a government-sponsored debris removal program. Maui County residents and businesses whose properties were destroyed by the wildfires have the ability to use the government-operated Maui County Consolidated Debris Removal Program to ensure that their property is cleared of hazardous materials and debris. To obtain service 

through the government-sponsored program, a property owner must complete a Right-of-Entry (ROE) form to allow these agencies to clean up a property.

SBA: SBA disaster assistance for homeowners, renters, nonprofits, and businesses of all sizes affected by the Hawaii wildfires.

Maui Distribution Center

If you have questions, please contact us at mauirelief@hawaiiancouncil.org


Open to those directly and indirectly impacted by the wildfires in need.

If you or someone you know have been impacted by the Maui Wildfires, our Kākoʻo Distribution Team is here to assist you. We have a limited selection of long term supplies. If you are in need of specific items, please contact our team directly. 

Pick up is by appointment only.

Short-Term Supply Requests consist of items such as Clothing, Food, Toiletries and Household Cleaning Items, and are available to those who are directly and indirectly impacted by the Maui Wildfires.  

Long Term Supplies are open to those directly impacted by the wildfires in need, specifically households that lost their primary residence in the Maui Wildfires.


We have transitioned to accepting corporate long-term recovery donations exclusively and no longer accept small individual contributions.

Looking to make a corporate donation? Contact us at mauirelief@hawaiiancouncil.org

All donations can be shipped directly to our Kahului Distribution Center. Our Kakaʻako warehouse is no longer able to accept donations.

270 Dairy Rd. Kahului, HI 96732 

Mahalo to our Partners and Supporters