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An important notice from the Governor's Office on Homelessness:

Aloha Friends,
Been on multiple calls this morning with folks on Maui, HIEMA, Red Cross and others working on disaster relief. Highlights below. Hope they are helpful.
- DO NOT self deploy to Maui. There is already limited space on the island and roads are clogged.
- DO NOT send unsolicited donations of supplies. Immediate needs are already met, and the surge of donations is overwhelming.
- INSTEAD, be ready to help in weeks and months ahead as needs become clearer, beyond the current "surge" of support.
- DONATE $ instead of supplies right now. Info below on where to donate.
FAMILY REUNIFICATIONRed Cross1 (800) 733-2767
FINANCIAL DONATIONS TO HELP FAMILIES(1) Hawaii Community Foundation - Maui Strong Fundwww.hawaiicommunityfoundation.org/maui-strong
(2) Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement - Kakoo Maui Fundraiserwww.hawaiiancouncil.org/maui
(3) Maui United Way - Maui Fire Disaster Reliefhttps://mauiunitedway.org/disasterrelief
Again, DO NOT send food, supplies, etc. at this time. Donation coordination is a major burden at the moment, and immediate needs for food and other essentials are currently met. There are too many unsolicited donations at this time. Instead, prepare to help for the long haul, beyond the current "surge" of support. For questions about making large-scale donations of goods or services, reach out to the following to coordinate:
(1) HIEMA808-733-4300vog.iiawah%40AMEiiawaHvog.iiawah%40arreiv.a.nhoj
(2) RED CROSSgro.ssorcder%40eracssam