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  • 2020 Charities

Boy Scouts of America, Maui Council
Providing scouting programs to youth and adults on Maui, Molokai, and Lanai since 1914. In Maui County, over 1,000 youths and over 500 leaders take part in the Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity Scout, Venturing and the Learning for Life Programs. The Boy Scout programs instill values in young people and develop their character, physical fitness and citizenship.
The Friends of the Children's Justice Center is literally the last stop for the children of Maui County traumatized by sexual assault, neglect, physical abuse or emotional abuse. There are many needs abused children have which are not met by Government or private programs. As children are passed from one agency to another, Friends step in to assist by contributing school clothing, food, medicine, therapy and activities that allow them to become a child again.
Hale Makua Health Services, a private, non-profit 501(c)3 corporation established in 1946, is committed to the mission of providing "Excellence in Healthcare in our Home and Yours". Hale Makua Health Services has two Hale Makua long-term care locations. Other programs include Home Health by Hale Makua, which provides post-acute care and social work services to home-bound clients of all ages and adult foster family care management, Rehab by Hale Makua, and Hawaii's only Program of All-Inclusive Care of the Elderly, Maui PACE.
The J. Walter Cameron Center provides affordable administrative space to 20 non profit organizations that supply health, education and human services to over 30,000 Maui residents annually ages 0 to 105! Extensive meeting facilities serve over 1,400 community organizations and 30,000 attendees annually. Current resident agencies' Ohana include: A Keiki's Dream, American Cancer Society, American Lung Association, Easter Seals Hawaii, Hui No Ke Ola Pono, Imua Family Services and more.
Ka Lima O Maui is Maui's only non-profit community rehabilitation program. Founded in 1995, their mission is to "Enhance Lives through Self-Reliance" for adults with disabilities and/or economically disadvantaged. They do so by providing a variety of employment-related services to over 200 persons annually and are Maui's largest employer of persons with disabilities and those considered economically disadvantaged. Ka Lima also offers an adult day health program through the Medicaid Waiver program.
Lahainaluna High School, founded in 1831, is rooted in tradition, Hawaiian culture and history. The Lahainaluna High School Foundation provides opportunities and resources to promote educational excellance for all students in the Lahainaluna school community. It also strives to preserve, perpetuate and share Lahainaluna's culture and heritage with all the community; assisting Lahainaluna in building on these values to connect the past to the future in all areas of education.
The Lahaina Junior Golf Association is a nonprofit organization that promotes life skills such as Respect, Integrity, Character and Honor (RICH) through the game of golf. Founded in 2010, the association advocates and provides education, training, and playing opportunities to the youth that may not have otherwise been afforded, so that they can enjoy the benefits of golf’s life lessons.
Many worthwhile organizations have benefited from the Golf for Maui Charities Program since it's inception. In the three years that the Paia Youth and Cultural Center has participated in the program they have been able to raise funds to upgrade golf clubs and bags, purchase training aids and taken members to play at local golf courses.