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Lahaina Shoreline Pre-Fire


Resources for people impacted by the August 8th fires.

If you or someone you know has been impacted by the August 8th, 2023 fires on Maui, bookmark this page. We will continue to add links to resources that may be helpful.  

OHA Kanaaho Grant for Lahaina and Kula

On April 10, 2024, the Office of Hawaii Affairs (OHA) launched the OHA Kanaaho Grant for Lahaina & Kula to provide direct financial assistance to impacted Native Hawaiian homeowners and renters in the wildfire impact zones of Lahaina and Kula.


Maui Homeowner Assistance Fund Program accepting applications starting May 6

Homeowners displaced by the Maui Wildfires also may be eligible for assistance and are encouraged to apply. Eligible County of Maui homeowners are encouraged to apply to CCH for assistance regardless of race, ethnicity, or religious affiliation. Questions can be directed to CCH by email at or by phone at (808) 873-4673, option 1 then option 3, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. daily, including weekends.


MEO-Maui Fires Relief Fund

The Maui Relief TANF Program provides benefits to eligible families with dependent children and pregnant women in their third trimester and, with the assistance of Hawaii Community Foundation funding, individuals and households without dependent children who were directly impacted by the wildfires. Applicants are eligible if:

– Their home or place of employment was damaged or destroyed due to the wildfires.
– They lived or worked in the burn zone and were unable to return home or work due to the recovery efforts.

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