Common Ground Collective (CGC) is connecting fresh produce with those that are positioned to feed our impacted community members. If any local farms require assistance salvaging their produce, CGC is here to support.
Donating to Support Maui Fire Efforts:
Together with University of Hawaii, Salvation Army, World Central Kitchen, Maui Chefs Hui, the County of Maui, and the Red Cross. CGC is continuing to organize efforts and purchase supplies to provide meals and supplies to victims of the Maui Wildfires. Your monetary donations will help us continue to support those in need during this crisis and also to develop long-term solutions to the economic fallout that our island is experiencing due to the fires.
Checks: Checks can be made out to Common Ground Collective and sent to our mailing address below.
Common Ground Collective
PO Box 1051
Haiku, HI 96708
FOOD & PRODUCE DONATIONS
Due to a huge influx of food donations and minimal storage space. CGC is happy to accept donations of 100 lbs. or less, outside of our harvest donations, without prior approval just contact us to coordinate a drop off. Any larger donations will need to be approved and coordinated to ensure we have the space and outlets for them so that nothing goes to waste.
We gladly accept in-kind donations, such as gift-certificates or products, to auction off in our silent auctions. This is a great way to show your support whether it’s big or small, while also drawing in clients to your own business. Donation receipts for the value of each in-kind donation will be issued.
We are currently seeking volunteers with Food Handlers Permits, as well as general volunteer help. To help, please fill out CGCʻs Maui Fire Relief volunteer form. We extend an invitation to anyone willing to join our efforts. Please don't hesitate to reach out. Together, we can make a difference and pave the way for recovery.
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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.