Maui Wildfire Update
In the aftermath of the devastating August wildfires we remain hopeful. We are grateful and thankful for our loyal customers. Because of you Maui Floral continues to operate though our island business has decreased due to the downturn in tourism.
In November West Maui, north of Lahaina from Kapalua to Kaanapali will begin to reopen. As travelers return to Maui they will help to sustain jobs, keep businesses open, and support the community.
It has been inspiring to see our Maui Community come together to aid those most affected by the wildfires. And we thank all the people from around the world who love Maui and have generously contributed to help.
The journey toward recovery will be challenging and ongoing for our Island home and we want to express our sincere appreciation for your continued assistance.
Many of you ask how you can help. Here are a few local nonprofit organizations that provide disaster relief efforts:
Maui Food Bank
Every $1 donated can provide 4 meals towards Maui’s relief efforts.
Hawaii Community Foundation
Donations to their Maui Strong Fund, will provide resources for disaster response and recovery on Maui.
Maui United Way
Is dedicated to providing essential resources that enrich and empower the County of Maui. All donations will provide direct relief to families and nonprofits directly affected by the the Maui Fire Disaster.
198 Makani Rd Makawao, HI 96768
Monday – Friday
8:00am – 3:30pm