Nearly two weeks after the devastating fires on Maui, the search continues for more than 800 missing people while thousands of others are struggling to put their lives back together. More than 115 people were killed and officials expect that number to rise as they work to locate and identify remains in the wake of the deadliest wildfire in the U.S. in 100 years. 

According to officials in Hawaii, the fire caused billions of dollars in damage, burning as many as 3,000 structures in the town of Lahaina.  It created an immediate housing shortage that could turn into long-term displacement. 

Our sister organization Maui United Way is providing direct relief to families and local grassroots organizations focused on basic needs. It will take years for this community to recover. We are asking for your support to help with these efforts. Please visit Maui Fire and Disaster Relief and make a donation today.