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We’re raising money to provide copies of the Best Selling Grief and Happiness Handbook, written by our founder, Emily Thiroux Threatt, to Maui residents who want them.
Maui Grief Relief
The Maui wildfires have resulted in unprecedented destruction of homes and loss of lives.
Here are some different ways that victims can seek support and ways that our friends outside of Maui can support victims.
Resources for Maui Fire Victims
'Ohana Guardians Group We have formed the 'Ohana Guardians Group to connect displaced individuals and families to people who are willing and able to provide immediate financial assistance as they navigate what's to come. Click here for more information.
Representative Jill Tokuda of Hawaii's 2nd District has a collection of fire resources on her website. Click here to view them.
Na Keiki O Emalia is a Maui-based nonprofit organization that provides peer grief support for children, teens, and their families to help them heal after the death of someone important to them. Click here to view their resource guide, which includes resources to help children cope with grief and loss during natural disasters.
Maui Rapid Response is a place to find help and to offer help. Click here to see all they offer.
Department of Water Supply - Water Advisory Area Address Locator shows maps of where water is unsafe to use even after boiling. Click here to see the maps.
Maui Food Bank collects food and donations and distributes food where needed. They accept donations and need volunteers. Click here to learn more.
Emily had the opportunity to be on the Heart Wisdom Panel for Mango Publishing. They interviewed two of their writers who live on Maui; the conversation is so interesting and powerful. Click here to watch.