Nā ‘Aikāne o Maui Lāhaina Cultural Center, whose mission is to feed our people ~ mind, body, and soul ~ in good times and bad, was lost to the devastating fires on August 8th. Immediately after the disaster, Nā ‘Aikāne spearheaded response and relief efforts to mālama affected residents. The hui has lovingly staffed community care hubs near temporary shelters since the beginning of the crisis, and mobilizing cultural sensitivity training and deployment alongside response efforts. Community care hubs have been a lifeline for survivors in Lāhaina, offering hope during a time of great uncertainty, pu’uhonua to gather and build together, and a repository for community-sourced essential needs like food, personal hygiene products, clothing, baby supplies, tools, and general household items. Nā ‘Aikāne’s Ka’anapali Hub has stood as a pillar of stability, and a true example of aloha by, with, and for affected Maui ‘ohana.