We are the fiscal sponsor for several small, grass roots, organizations in Maui County.
You can direct funds to each organization by clicking on their donation link below. Some of our organizations have additional websites to learn more about their work.
Our mission allows us to direct funds to a Maui project that has a need at any given time.
As is standard practice, we do keep 5-15% of each donation to cover our administrative cost.
All of our organizations use their funds for direct support of their projects.
Roots Reborn Lahaina
Roots Reborn is a grassroots organization that formed in the aftermath of the fires. Our co-founding group is made up of immigration and human rights attorneys as well as community organizers such as myself. We have been assisting LEP (limited English proficient) immigrants by providing free legal services, document replacement and being a bridge between resources.
With Aloha we empower local people to help their community in culturally appropriate ways.
Our people working here have experienced loss and are empowered to heal themselves and their community through service. Follow us on Facebook
The goal is to keep this project alive and continue to feed and malama (care for) our community in all ways, to keep working with the volunteers and chefs, and continue to provide a safe space for people to come to - to connect, to talk story, to spread aloha, and keep healing - together.
Maui Medics Healers Hui
The Maui Medics Healers Hui mobilized in response to the devastating Lāhainā Fires, in August of 2023. We have been working with health care providers on the west side. We provide a variety of services as we try to maintain stability in a very uncertain and unstable dynamic after a very traumatizing disaster.
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EAT LOCAL MAUI CHALLENGE:
Project Locavore has largely been a volunteer-run organization that and grown organically with the pace and trust of our community. We understand that we need resources to grow, to reach more of our community, and to share the transformative power of eating locally.
-COVID-19 Response: Supported to the community by providing assistance with living expenses, meals, hygiene, utilities, and support for children by providing ipads..
-Haiku Flood: Provided financial assistance and gift cards to directly assist victims of unprecedented floods in