Our prayers are with everyone who has been affected by the Maui fires.  Maui you are forever in our hearts!

Please see the list of donation links:  👇👇👇

The Salvation Army


Maui Mutual Aid Fund


If you are a kamaʻāina in need, reach out to Maui Mutual Aid Fund at (650) 279-1662.

Maui United Way

Donate here.

Maui Strong Fund



Hawaiʻi Red Cross

support them here.

Maui Food Bank


War Memorial Complex

Maui County has opened the Maui War Memorial Complex (700 Halia Nakoa St, Wailuku) as a donation drop-off center, and it will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. accepting non-perishable food, bottled water, hygiene items and blankets.

Additional Drop-Off Locations:

  • Sparky’s Restaurant, 385 Hoohana St., Suite 5C, Kahului
  • Hoʻomana Barbell, 1826 Koahu St., Wailuku
  • Pāʻia Bay Coffee Bar, 120 Hāna Hwy., Pāʻia
  • Hi-Tech Store, 425 Koloa St., Kahului
  • Maluhia Collective, 1960 Main St., Wailuku
  • Boba Bar Pāʻia, 2 Baldwin Ave., Pāʻia
  • Anytime Fitness Pukalani, 24 Kiopaʻa St., Makawao
  • Lumeria Maui, 1814 Baldwin Ave., Makawao

“Building Your Home On A Solid Foundation”
“Every house is built by someone, but GOD is the builder of everything” Hebrews 3:4″

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Steps to accomplishing your new home

  • Get pre-approved by your bank (know what your budget/limit is) Need a Lender? Hawaii Capital Lending and

    Citywide Home Loans.

  • Know the kind of house you want to build (stay within your means when choosing a house plan)

  • Find a licensed contractor http://cca.hawaii.gov/pvl/boards/contractor/ or hopefully you will choose Ozzy’s Construction as your contractor.

  • Schedule a site visit with your contractor.

  • Give an idea plan of what you want your home to be, to your contractor

  • Your Contractor will then schedule a meeting with both homeowner and architect to draw out your home

  • Once drawings are finalized, then it’s off to the Engineer to do his part (this steps may take a week or two depending on comments from the Engineer to the architect.

  • Once drawings are stamped by the Engineer, then it’s off to DPP (Department of Planning and Permitting) for about 2 1/2 months, if a demo permit is needed, then consider it 3 months lead time for both permits.

  • Hooray, your permit(s) is ready! Now it’s time to schedule another meeting with the contractor to set and start date and time.