Maui Fire Relief Community Resources
This page is a growing collection of resources, to the best of our ability and knowledge to help our Maui 'Ohana to find and connect with community resources as we collectively, grieve, process, and slowly begin to heal. Help one of over 1300 FAMILIES displaced by Maui fires.
Pacific Birth Collective Resources
PBC is helping connect families with the many resources we have specific to mothers, babies, and families with young children.
Donation and Distribution Center
We fulfill and delivery orders from families with our Community Wellness Pass from our Haiku Donation and Distribution Center, 810 Kokomo Road, The Aloha ʻĀina Center in Haiku, Suite 170.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday between11 am - 3 pm
Offering support including emotional or physical healing services for free therapeutic services with a Community Wellness Pass.
Hours: Every Wednesday from 10 am - 12 pm each Wednesdays
We are here to help, both now and ongoing.
Direct Relief Assistance
Our doors are open to the community, offering free supplies and health support.
Volunteer with PBC
We love your support. Please join us at the Haiku Distribution Center during business hours.
Donate to Fire Relief
Your donation makes a meaningful impact aid to those affected by the fire.
To be announced for 2024
Grass roots volunteers providing free medical, mental health and healing support to survivors at Reliance hubs since first days after fire.
Po'o Noelani Ahia
Na Kia'i O Maui
AKA "Da Maui Hui"
Donation distribution center
Po'o Nanette “Aunty Nettie” Kahalaomapuana Aquino and Leihuanani Kealiinohomoku
Kākoʻo Maui Resource Hub
By Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement
Empowering local workers to help with rebuilding and revitalization efforts.
Funding will support evolving needs, including shelter, food, financial assistance, and other services as identified by our partners doing critical work to support Maui.