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Kamehameha Foundation​

Maui Fire Relief Fund

Donations are still being accepted:

The death toll from the wildfires in Maui was 115.  More than 2000 buildings were damaged, with many “burned to the ground.”  Around 1,400 people were accommodated in five emergency shelters and many were in need of dire assistance with food, water, shelter and other much needed necessities.

If you would like to help deli
ver relief and on-going assistance for the residents in Maui, please donate to the Kamehameha Foundation Maui Fire Relief Fund.  Mahalo nui loa.

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The Kamehameha Foundation Board of Directors has cooperated with Waiola Church Administrator, Jen Mather to coordinate distribution of some of the Kamehameha Foundation Maui Fire Relief Funds using her expert volunteering experience to help provide rapid relief to many victims who were impacted by the fires.  Various hubs were set up to help give relief to the people, especially at Napili Park which took on the brunt of the community needs.  


The Kamehameha Foundation has also raised funds and collaborated with the Olohana Foundation for the installation of air monitoring stations and send volunteers and supplies to West Maui by airlines.  We have also supplied Apex Filtration Respirators for those who will be entering the toxic area.  

The Kamehameha Foundation is committed to provide for and respond to this urgency in every way possible.

 The Kamehameha Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-deductible non-profit organization.

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The devastation cause by the wild fires

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