The Maui Wildfire Recovery Program is a dynamic program that focuses on addressing both the immediate and long-term needs of those affected by the Lahaina fires. The Maui Wildfire Recovery Program is a comprehensive initiative of non-profit Regenerative Education Centers (REC) dedicated to recovery efforts for the Lahaina Maui Fire and all those affected.
Our mission is to provide immediate and long term relief, regenerative solutions, and sustainable support to individuals and families impacted by this devastating tragedy. Together, we are working towards a brighter, more resilient future for our community. Regenerative Education Centers is raising funds to purchase RVs and tiny homes for those who lost their homes in the fire. We are working with several entities to find land that victims can have temporary least-hold to park their RV/tiny home on only until it is safe to park on their own property for rebuild.
We have raised our fundraising goal to $3.5M because we started with the goal of providing 20 homes for those most in need of support, but because amazing people are stepping up it has led us to reach higher make our goal to build 200 houses to *give away* to our community so that we can help keep as many people possible here — because they are a Lahaina.
We want those who were displaced to live with dignity and rebuild your home in Lahaina. We already have 25+ units purchased or being donated to this project, and we are trying to get as many of these as possible, so every displaced family can stay on Maui and be self-sufficient whether property owner or renters.
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Lahaina and Kula residents who have been impacted by the August fires are invited to talk story with Mayor Richard Bissen. There are several dates to choose from. Each talk story session will welcome up to 30 residents to give folks a chance to share mana‘o and ask questions.
Series of events from December 9 through January 27.