Maui Property’s mission is to provide the absolute best real estate experience. By that, we mean for our team, our agents, customers, family, friends, and especially our community that make up our Ohana. We support our mutual success by giving back to the beautiful people and places that make the Hawaiian island such a special place to live, work, and grow. To achieve this healthy lifestyle, we seek to balance our strong work ethic with a pledge to contribute a portion of our sales to the charities that we believe in. We do this by dollar matching as well as donating our energy and our time. The lifestyle we live, the interests we are passionate about, and our company alignment are all committed to supporting and connecting our people and with our community.
The land sustains us quite literally, from the rich fertile soils of our local farms and ranches which feed Hawaiʻi, to our native forests and watersheds that provide our drinking water, our coastlines that rejuvenate us after a long week, and our historic cultural landscapes where we pass on the traditional and cultural practices of these islands. These lands provide the very essence and foundation for our quality of life in Hawai‘i.
Hawaiʻi Land Trust (HILT) takes a uniquely Hawaiian and holistic approach to land conservation. We conserve lands that enable Hawaiʻi's long-term well-being, prioritizing the protection of coastlines, wahi kupuna (Hawaiian cultural landscapes), and lands that grow healthy food for Hawaiʻi’s people. We seek to complement the stewardship others are providing for mountaintop watersheds by concentrating largely on needs and opportunities for coastal and agricultural lands. HILT protects valuable and irreplaceable lands through the use of Conservation Easements held in perpetuity, or fee simple purchase.
HPR is essential listening and a service you can count on for timely news coverage, civil conversation and fact-based information. We're here for you too with art, ideas, good music and as a connection to the community. Your financial support makes this all possible. As you join, renew, or give additionally, we encourage you to opt for continuous monthly giving, called Sustaining Membership - it's one of the best ways to ensure HPR's service is here for you and the entire community. Thank you!
Our Mission is to empower children and their families to reach their full potential. Our programs and staff assist children, and their families in overcoming developmental learning challenges in their most critical formative years by using play-based instruction to help them move forward.
Dr. Martin Luther King said, “If you can’t fly, then run. If you can’t run, then walk. If you can’t walk, then crawl, but whatever you do, keep moving forward.” For me, this rings true because it's not about the abilities we have or don’t have; it's about reaching for our dreams, being included and happy, and finding our sense of place in our community.
La‘akea is a life-sharing community that includes intellectually and developmentally disabled youth and adults dedicated to discovering, supporting, and enhancing each individual's contribution through meaningful opportunities and productive work. The programs include farming, economic ventures, the arts, and activities of daily living – all coming alive in a community with homes, community buildings, a farm market, craft studios, and multipurpose buildings. Inspired by the international Camphill model, La‘akea offers a unique alternative to conventional care where coworkers, residents, and day program participants thrive.
At Mana’o Radio we know that you live a vibrant life, and enjoy discovering and connecting with compelling new music. Our DJs are here to offer Maui's widest variety of music that you won't hear anywhere else on the local dial.
We believe music has the power to inspire, make you feel alive, and build personal connections. That’s why we play music you won’t find anywhere else. You’ll hear powerful works of art from a variety of genres that have been personally curated by passionate and knowledgeable DJs.
So, start listening today. And in the meantime, sign up to get the latest local music news and events. It’s time to stop feeling bored and start being inspired by music again.
Who We Help
The Maui Food Bank is Maui County’s primary safety net for hunger relief. The Food Bank provides safe and nutritious food to anyone in Maui County who is at risk of going hungry. Of those served, 40% are children and youth. Working with 177 total distribution partners and programs, the Food Bank distributes safe and nutritious food to individuals, families, kids, the working poor, seniors on fixed incomes, the homeless, and anyone at risk of going hungry. This includes people in need living in the rural communities of Hana, Molokai, and Lanai.
The Maui Humane Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was established as a non-profit in 1953, incorporated in 1962, and is the only open-admission animal shelter on the island of Maui. Our mission is “to protect and save the lives of Maui’s animals, accepting all in need, educating the community, and inspiring respect and compassion towards all animals.”
Our exceptional staff are passionate and devoted to our mission and have cultivated an organizational culture that fosters collaboration and problem-solving. With strong leadership and strategic vision, The organization’s innovative programs are saving more lives than ever before and enhancing the quality and availability of animal welfare services on Maui.
Our Mission is to provide Access, Knowledge, and Support to all those affected by cancer in Maui County. PCF connects cancer patients and their caregivers with services throughout their cancer journeys.
Pacific Cancer Foundation provides free support services to cancer patients and caregivers, including navigation, nutritional support, transportation, counseling, wellness classes, and education.
It takes a village to assist cancer patients and caregivers. With the support of our amazing partners, the Pacific Cancer Foundation can fill in the gaps that our cancer patients and caregivers experience through their journey.
Building Community Through Our Youth
Pā‘ia Youth Council, Inc., operating the Pā‘ia Youth & Cultural Center, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation funded by grants from the Maui County Department of Housing & Human Concerns, the State of Hawaii Office of Youth Services, private foundations, community donations, and fundraisers. Our mission is to build community through our youth.
Our purpose is to provide a safe place emotionally and physically for the youth of Pā‘ia and surrounding communities, offering various social, educational, cultural, vocational, and recreational activities.
This purpose has evolved from offering programs and activities to putting a face and a voice on our youth and assisting them in being an important and integral part of the community.
Our Hawaiian values primarily guide us. The exploration of our mission and values leads to our purposes. They are ideals that form the basis for making decisions and serve as an evaluation tool for PYCC.
Our Core Values
The Surfrider Foundation believes that getting outside and engaging with the natural world, especially the ocean, waves, and beaches, is inspiring, supports healthier lifestyles, improves productivity, and ultimately creates a better culture.
1. Honor the mission.
Surfrider is dedicated to protecting and enjoying the world’s oceans, waves, and beaches for all people through a powerful activist network. We take our mission, grassroots structure, and local perspectives at the center of every action. We aim for positive impact and measurable results for the communities we serve.
2. The beach is fun, and Surfrider should be, too.
Surfrider comprises people who love the ocean, work hard to protect it, and need to enjoy it as part of keeping advocacy gratifying and fun. We are optimistic about the future of our oceans and coasts because our volunteers make a positive difference every day.
3. We are open and inclusive.
Our ocean, waves, and beaches belong to us, and we welcome all interested in joining our movement. Through our principles of Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI), we seek to engage and represent the communities we work in and to support, create, foster, and champion diversity at all levels within our organization.
4. We cultivate leaders.
We believe that the most effective way to build a coastal protection movement is to provide leadership opportunities for our volunteers. By cultivating their voices and skills, we are preparing the next generation of coastal defenders to lead within their communities.
5. We are problem solvers.
We are solution-oriented. Surfrider applies science, critical thinking, and innovation to assess problems and develop practical long-term solutions that protect our coasts.
6. The Surfrider is yours to create.
The Surfrider culture is defined by the people who show up with a love of the ocean and care deeply for its well-being. Through science, community, and respect, we joyfully take on challenges. Our culture is one of selflessness, sharing, and bringing people together to achieve