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Volunteer for donation management at Maui Relief Storage Facility in Kaka‘ako, Oahu

In coordination with Lieutenant Governor Sylvia Luke and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA), the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) has opened the Maui Relief Storage Facility, a coordinated donation management center to receive, sort and inventory donations collected for Maui residents impacted by the wildfires and store them until they are ready to be transported and received on Maui as feasible and appropriate.

Located in Hakuone at Kaka‘ako Makai, the Maui Relief Storage Facility is currently set-up to receive donations from coordinated relief efforts/drives across Oahu. Businesses, community organizations, churches, schools, etc. who are collecting and receiving large donations should call (808) 341-0622 to coordinate delivery. Once received at the facility, the donations will be sorted, inventoried, and stored until ready to be received on Maui and then transported as feasible and appropriate.

Unfortunately, the center is not able to accept drop-off donations at this time. Individuals wanting to donate much needed goods and supplies are encouraged to find a donation drive for Maui fire relief in their area.

Warehouse Location

200 Keawe St., Honolulu, HI 96813

Mon – Fri, 8:30am-4pm

Volunteer at the Kakaʻako Donation Management Center Warehouse

If you would like to help amplify community efforts, please contact us at info@hawaiiancouncil.org

Mahalo to our distribution center partners: Makana O Ke Akua and Office of Hawaiian Affairs

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For Lahaina & Kula residents impacted by the fires

Talk Story with Mayor Bissen

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.