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Nā Hoaloha is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax-deductible.

Support Our Kupuna

Help Nā Hoaloha keep seniors at home and out of institutions by supporting a kupuna for $75 annually. At approximately $1.50 a week (less than a cup of coffee) you can help a senior remain in their home. Currently, Nā Hoaloha provides supportive services to over 450 homebound kupuna in Maui County. We help seniors get to doctors’ appointments, shop for food and medication. Our programs help reduce social isolation and depression, and increase health and safety. The services provided by Nā Hoaloha volunteers save Maui County roughly $800,000 annually; and provide the informal caregiving that makes a difference in the way in which a senior can age in place. Our aging community is growing at the fastest rate in the country: 190% in Hawaii compared to 26% nationally. Nā Hoaloha has experienced a 40% growth in participant requests in the last year. Due to cuts in government funding, this is the first time in 20 years of service that our programs haven’t received full funding for the current fiscal year. Therefore, we are asking the community for help. Your sponsorship of $75 a year can help a homebound senior remain independent and enhance their quality of life.

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Nā Hoaloha 20th Anniversary Community Cookbooks on sale now – $20

Cooking with aloha! The Nā Hoaloha Ohana have come together to give back. Our clients, staff, family and friends have provided an abundance of recipes for your pleasure. All proceeds from cookbook sales go directly back to programs and services.

Order your Nā Hoaloha 20th Anniversary Community Cookbook today!

Our Volunteers

In fiscal year July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015 our volunteers drove over 50,000 miles and donated 22,000 hours of service, made 2,784 telephone reassurance calls, and provided 33 families 2,142 respite hours.

Our programs are supported in part by a grant from the Maui County Office on Aging and the State Executive Office on Aging, using Title-B Older American Act funds; as well as the Hawaii Community Foundation, other grantors, fundraising, and generous donations from individuals like you!




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