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Donation & Volunteer Opportunities

Contribute Funds Instead of Supplies
Officials in Maui County currently advise anyone not located on the island of Maui to contribute funds instead of supplies. Monetary donations allow local organizations to secure and distribute needed resources. Avoid shipping donated goods to Maui at this time.

Maui self-deployment should be avoided: The island has limited space and congested roads. If you have inquiries about making substantial donations of goods or services, please contact the following individuals for coordination:

  • HIEMA:
    Phone: 808-733-4300
    Email: or
    Register as a volunteer. Please note that this involves an application, background check, and training. Start the process now so you can volunteer ASAP. It is possible to streamline your application by visiting 95 Mahalani Street Conference Room #3 Wailuku, HI 96793 — Building 5.

Please Remain Vigilant About Fraud.

Disasters can attract those looking to take advantage. Watch out for scams, unsolicited messages, or requests for personal/financial info. If you notice anything suspicious, contact FEMA Investigations and Inspections Division: Email –, Phone – 866-223-0814. To access frequently asked questions about common fraud and to understand the process of reporting it, kindly click here.

Stay informed, stay safe, and help protect our community from fraud.

Health Care

Mental Health

Food & Shelter

Transportation Resources

Multiple organizations are coordinating efforts to collect and distribute donated bikes for residents affected by the wildfires. Request forms are available for Lāhainā and Kula residents in need of bikes for recovery and transportation through the resources listed below.

Locating Loved Ones

Replacing Vital Records

Replacement vital records, including birth and marriage certificates, can be ordered online through the Hawaiʻi State Department of Health (DOH). Fees for first replacement copies are being waived for Maui residents with a FEMA disaster assistance ID number and/or a valid Lāhainā residential address.

For further assistance, contact the Maui Vital Records hotline at (808) 984-2400 ext. 6-4602, Monday through Friday 7:45 AM – 4:30 PM, or via email at

Financial Relief Resolution

  • Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA)
    Workers, business owners, and self-employed individuals in Maui County who became unemployed or had their work hours reduced or interrupted due to the wildfires may be eligible for DUA benefits for the period of August 13, 2023, through February 10, 2024. Eligible Maui residents should apply as soon as possible. The application deadline has been extended to October 25, 2023.

Multilingual Resources

Official Maui County Websites

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