We strive to partner with agencies that represent the best of our community. Our Partner Agencies must adhere to strict compliance United Way requirements called our Standards of Excellence, evaluating an organization’s overall governance, financial management & fiscal responsibility, legality, program management and human resources.
Every two years, our Partner Agencies apply for programmatic funding from our Community Action Fund (General Fund) to support needs that align with our impact areas of Education, Income or Health. Through the work of 40-50 community volunteers, Partner Agency programs are evaluated and awarded funding through a process that reviews:
Maui United Way’s goal is to offer donors an easy way to give that they can feel good about! We offer a diverse array of the most vital programs needed to keep our community healthy and
strong, while strategically aligning with programs that address the underlying issue and allow MUW to tackle problems at the root causes.
When you give to Maui United Way, you can rest assured that your gift is going to non-profits that function at the highest level of excellence and get results that matter.
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"What Now?" classes offers education and counseling services for family caregivers.
Disaster Preparedness & Response Program in Maui County.
School based program that enhances the lives of people with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing one-to-one friendships.
Community/Site Based Mentoring Program provides children facing adversity with strong and endring one-to-one relationships.
Empowering Students Through Literacy Project provides books to children from low-income families.
Boy Scouting Program provides leadership and character education.
Power Hour & College Bound Programs provide educational support and mentoring to Maui's youth.
Community of Hope Program provides emergency financial assistance to residents.
Community Clinic of Maui, Inc. dba Malama I Ke Ola Health Center
Oral Health Care Program addresses the oral health care needs of low-income and at-risk populations.
Island Wide Mobile Food Distribution Program focuses on eliminating hunger on Maui.
Girl Scout Leadership Development Program builds courage, confidence and character.
Building Houses, Building Hope Program builds decent housing and renovates substandard housing on Maui in partnership with community volunteers.
Hospice Care provides quality, compassionate care to those with serious illness and support for their families.
Early Childhood Development Program provides therapeutic services to children who do not meet developmental milestones.
Camp Imua provides a week-long camping experience to school-age children with special needs.
Employment Support Services Program provides transitional housing residents with knowledge and skills to gain employment.
Maui Youth Art Outreach Program provides art education classes to children.
Therapeutic Living Program for Women provides transitional housing and continuing care to women in recovery from substance abuse addiction.
Adult Day Care Services provides social, therapeutic, and memory care for the elderly.
Early Head Start program provides child development and education services for families in need.
Education, Advocacy and Family Support provides services for persons struggling with mental illness and caregivers.
Psycho-Social Rehabilitation and Residential Services for adults with severe mental illness.
Keiki Makamae Program provides education and parenting support to mothers and their families.
Pa'ia Bay Cafe Program teaches life skills and provides a daily balanced meal for youth.
Maui Family Peace Center - Pu'uhonua serves victims/survivors of domestic violence through crisis counseling and services.
Training Program for caregivers of infants and toddlers.
Health care and family planning services for un- and under-insured individuals in Maui County.
Maui County program offers disabled individuals opportunities to develop physical fitness and social interaction skills through year round sports participation.
Family Strengthening Program provides transitional housing and lifestyle skills training for families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Family Services Program assists families and individuals in need.
Emergency shelter and support program for victims of domestic violence on Maui and Lana'i.
Maui United Way
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Wailuku, Hawai‘i 96793