Hua Momona Foundation is centered around food sustainability. They are currently distributing 400 meals every other day to these communities: Honokowai Park, Olowalu Area, 66 Upper Lahaina Luna, 30 Napili Park, Paki Maui Hotel, Hawaiian Homes, Vegan Outrigger Kaanapali, and S-Turns. They have plans to build out infrastructure and to accommodate producing 1,000 farm fresh delicious meals per day, as such they are actively seeing volunteers to help join their efforts.
We are supplying West Maui w/ essential relief funding and aid from both local and global networks looking to uplift and support recent catastrophe. We plan to carefully activate what's left of our shared Lahaina sanctuary to build a resource base for all who call Maui home to return in due time. All efforts fund and support initiatives of recent disaster relief to provide essentials to those on island direct effect.
Join us in this ongoing collective effort to fulfill a great need to provide free meals to displaced families & those affected by the Lahaina Fires. From farm to table, we strive to nourish these families in the West Maui area by preparing 650+ meals packed with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. We have partnered with Hungry Heroes Hawaii on this mission to maintain a valuable resource to the community.This effort is made possible by our warm-hearted volunteers! Volunteer roles include farm work, kitchen & meal prep, delivering of meals, & offering monetary donations. Please lend a helping hand & help us spread the word so we can continue to feed our community! Together we can share our Aloha & make a positive impact.
Farm Volunteer: M-F | 8am - 2pm
Kitchen Prep: Every Day | 8am - 2pm
Delivery Drivers: Every Other Day | 12:30 - 3:30pm
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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.