Island: Maui

  • Pacific Birth Collective

    Pacific Birth Collective

    PBC is a professional community-based collective growing a network of service providers and island families dedicated to education, support, and advocacy for birth and wellness choices across Hawai’i. PBC hit the ground running on August 10 by opening their facility to the community as a donation site for items specific to pregnant and birthing families…

  • Nā Kia’i o Maui

    Nā Kia’i o Maui

    Nā Ki’ai o Maui (formerly Da Hui) mobilized under the leadership of Aunty Nettie, who is a resident of Lāhaina that was directly impacted by the fires. Aunty Nettie stepped up in the midst of the chaos to provide much needed leadership at War Memorial immediately following the disaster. She quickly mobilized her core team…

  • Maui Medic Healers Hui

    Maui Medic Healers Hui

    MMHH mobilized two days after the fires with health care providers on the west side of Maui, and have been there ever since. They provide a variety of services as they try to maintain stability in a very uncertain and unstable dynamic after a terrifying disaster. Their goal is to build trust, create safety, and…

  • Hōlani Hāna

    Hōlani Hāna

    Hōlani Hāna is collaborating with a kīpuka in Central Maui that supports grassroots community-led collective action focused on the long-term healing and restoration of the ‘āina and ‘ohana impacted by the Maui fires.

  • Nā ‘Aikāne o Maui

    Nā ‘Aikāne o Maui

    On August 8th, 2023 the Nā ‘Aikāne o Maui Lāhaina Cultural Center was lost to the devastating firestorm. Immediately after the disaster, Nā ‘Aikāne spearheaded recovery and relief efforts to affected residents. Despite the hui’s great loss, Ke’eaumoku Kapu, longtime indigenous justice and social change advocate, has been tirelessly serving the community, staffing care hubs…

  • Ke Ao Hali’i

    Ke Ao Hali’i

    Ke Ao Haliʻi protects and preserves the natural cultural resources of the Hāna moku and the customary traditional practices of Native Hawaiians of the region to hold title to and own interests in real property or to hold easements to preserve and manage the area’s natural, scenic, historic, and marine resources for the benefit, education, and enjoyment…

  • Mālama Kakanilua

    Mālama Kakanilua

    Mālama Kakanilua is presently engaged in direct action resistance/protection of ‘iwi kūpuna, and aims to stop the Grand Wailea Resort from constructing 151 hotel units, swimming pools, new wings, and injection wells in known Kanaka Maoli burial grounds. The hui stands with other Kanaka Maoli groups pursuing this case to ensure that ‘iwi kūpuna are…

  • Kalauokekahuli


    Kalauokekahuli supports Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander pregnant, birthing, and postpartum people by providing culturally-based perinatal support and education. Through Ka ʻĀmana Mentorship Program Cohort ʻElua, they seek to continue directly addressing Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander disparities in birth outcomes by sustainably growing a solid foundation of four additional Kalauokekahuli Koʻokua, supplementing their six Cohort…

  • Nā Moku Aupuni o Ko’olau Hui

    Nā Moku Aupuni o Ko’olau Hui

    Nā Moku Aupuni o Koʻolau Hui perpetuates the Kanaka Maoli traditional and customary lifestyle of Keʻanae-Wailuanui. Encompassing nearly 400 acres of loʻi, it was renowned for taro farming until commercial stream diversions completely dewatered the area. In 2018, the community’s 30-year legal struggle resulted in the largest stream restoration in Hawaiʻiʻs history. In March, 2022 and…