'Nāpili Noho' is a community based emergency distribution hub at the Nāpili Park in Lahaina. We distribute donated foods, produce, dry goods, warm meals, hygiene items, clothing & more. We also serve as a site for health services, lomi lomi, job & benefit assistance, child care, tutoring, notary, internet access & more as available. Our focus is on those most directly effected & displaced by the Lahaina fire disaster.
We are open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday 10-4, and Fridays 10-5. We are closed Sundays & Wednesdays to the public (for hub organization). We encourage you to share our services with those you know in need, and to partner with us, volunteer with us, and donate to our cause. Nāpili Noho is a lifeline for many. We will get through this together.
We are supported 100% by donations & volunteers. Nāpili Noho is a family oriented site where our goal is to do our best to meet the needs of the community impacted by the Lahaina fire, create a space for healing, hope and aloha. Donations & volunteers are welcomed and encouraged to help us sustain this critical service until such a time it is no longer needed. We believe in and support the collective effort of the community coming together to serve each other. Together we will get through this, everyone doing what they can.
This is our Nāpili Noho Daily Onsite Needs List. This list changes daily and tallies items we need onsite for both keeping our hub running, and to distribute to those in need. *You can deliver any items on this list directly to our hub at Nāpili Park (at the lower parking lot) between 10am & 4pm everyday except Wednesday & Sunday. For more information on larger donations or anything pertaining to our daily needs list contact our leadership at info@NapiliNoho.com.
Your generous donations of daily items on this list are an immediate & direct way you can support us to help those in need.
Aloha Mahalo Nui!
Here is our Nāpili Noho Amazon Wishlist where we keep a list of supplies that help us serve the community. Providing us with items on Nāpili Noho's Amazon Wishlist is another immediate & direct way you can help us support those in need. Aloha Mahalo Nui!
Financial donations are crucial for our operations and long term plans as our journey is fueled by the contributions of volunteers and donors like you. Click the donate button and use a credit or debit card, or paypal account and contribute to the 'Maui Emergency Relief Fund' that goes directly to Napili Noho and our mission helping those in need to heal and recover from the disastrous Lahaina fire.
Mahalo for your tax deductible contributions. Donate to Nāpili Holo
We believe in the collective power of our community. Come join us; let's rebuild and rise together. Please help Napili Noho by signing up for a volunteer shift. Your volunteer hours matter as every hour donated fuels us forward and is less money that Maui will have to repay FEMA. Click the volunteer button, make a shift account and then you can sign up for volunteer shifts. Once you are in your account remember to click the small grey buttons for shift times. Aloha Mahalo Nui for your efforts! Together we will get through this.
We are always excited to connect with community partners. Just click the 'Partner Sign Up' button and fill out the simple google form. Tell us your info and services or specialty to support Napili Noho with. Aloha Mahalo Nui for your efforts!
This initiative has received verbal support from local and state governments and is spearheaded by Kaipo Kekona, current president of the Hawai'i Farmers Union. Join us in this effort to meet the needs of our community until Lahaina is reborn. We welcome your support. Mahalo!
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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.