For Maui Wildfire survivors: 

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Individuals whose employment (including self-employment) was lost or interrupted due to the wildfires can visit huiclaims.hawaii.gov or call 1-808-984-8400 to apply for unemployment insurance benefits. 

During a major disaster, the federal government can provide Disaster Unemployment Assistance for individuals who may not otherwise qualify for the state’s unemployment insurance benefits. For more information, please contact or visit the Maui County Business Resource Center: 

Maui County Business Resource Center 

110 ‘Ala‘ihi Street, Suite 209 
Kahului, HI 96732 
(808) 270-5777 

The Maui Marathon & Half Marathon

Apr 21

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All donations from those that registered for the 2024 marathon will go immediately to the two following non-profit organizations: Maui Food Bank and Maui Humane Society.

Fundraisers
Community
Disaster relief efforts
Volunteer opportunities
Ka'ehu Bay

KAʻEHU: Monthly Community Work-Days 2nd Wednesdays (Mālama ʻĀina)

May 8

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Working and maintaining taro patches, restoration of streams, native plants, clearing overgrowth, removal of invasive species and more

Volunteer opportunities
Cleanups

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