If you're sending supplies from out-of-state or off-island, you will need to complete the County's online “Maui Wildfire Relief Shipping Donation Form,” which can be accessed through this link. After submitting this form with your donation information, a team member will send you specific shipping/mailing instructions. This streamlined process ensures that your donation will be properly received and directed to the appropriate location(s) on Maui.
There are various ways you can contribute to the relief efforts:
The specific needs for items may change over time, but generally, items like non-perishable food, bottled water, hygiene products, and infant formula and diapers, and new clothing are often in high demand. It’s essential to check with local organizations for the most up-to-date lists of needed items.
Monetary donations enable nonprofits and community organizations to allocate funds where they are needed most at any given time. This flexibility ensures that resources can be directed to address the most urgent and evolving needs in the recovery process. For a list of County-endorsed non-profits and community funds, click here.
To find Maui centers and community organizations that accept supply donations, we recommend checking our Donate Supplies page. This webpage provides a comprehensive list of donation drop-off locations on Maui and information about local organizations and groups that are actively involved in receiving supplies. Additionally, you can also reach out to government agencies, disaster relief organizations, or explore community bulletin boards and social media groups for further details on specific needs and donation opportunities in Maui.
Yes, many organizations often require volunteers with various skills to assist in recovery efforts. You can reach out to local nonprofits or volunteer organizations to inquire about opportunities to donate your time and expertise.
While specific items like furniture and appliances may be helpful, it’s essential to coordinate with local organizations to ensure that your donations align with current needs. The needs can vary depending on the stage of recovery, so it’s best to check with relevant organizations for guidance on what items they are currently accepting.