Emergency Services For When You and Your Pets Need Them Most. HAKA cultivates the relationship between our community & its animals; offering integrated services, networks, & disaster & emergency rescue services
We are helping with the rescue of animals on Maui. HAKA's Animal Search And Rescue team (ASAR) joined Hawaii County's Animal Control and Protection Agency officers and director, Regina DoDaro Romero Serrano, along with Dr. Maria Jose from Ali'i Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Allex Cordero from Kapa'au Veterinary Center, and Dr. Norm Goody to support Maui Humane Society and the relief efforts in west Maui.
If you want to support HAKA's ASAR team working on Maui, please consider volunteering or donating today.
HAKA is always on the lookout for dedicated, compassionate volunteers for a variety of roles. From administrative tasks to animal transport and caretaking, our volunteer teams are the lifeblood of our operations. Please fill out our volunteer form today, and someone will be in touch soon.
Helping during disasters and emergencies is what HAKA was created for. We are always looking for dedicated and motivated members to add to our emergency teams, both in-field and behind the scenes. The training and field work are a big commitment, but the difference that you can make is worth the effort.
Interested in fostering? We often need folks to provide temporary homes, care, and plenty of cuddles for cats, dogs, pigs, sheep, rabbits, and more! If you can open your heart and home (temporarily) to an animal in need, please fill out our foster form below. We will reach out when we have a good match for you.
Donate Today: Donations received fund our animal rescue services to ensure we can be on call 24/7 and the tools necessary to conduct these rescue services. Donating today saves an animal tomorrow.
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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.