Launched just prior to the Maui wildfires, our Kauai Duo is inspired by the lush and wild flora of Hawaii, and we could think of no better way to show our love and support than to donate the proceeds of these two shades thus far to the challenging and heartbreaking recovery efforts of the Maui community.
Shop Hibiscus and Bird of Paradise now through the end of the month to lend your support or - even better - make a direct donation below. We have donated hundreds of dollars to the effort thus far and hope you will be inspired to help in whatever way you can as well.
These three charities are on the ground, actively working to quickly meet the needs of the people (and animals) impacted by the Maui fires as well as long-term, survivor-centered recovery.
Maui United Way
Maui United Way has stayed vital to our community since 1945 for good reason: we know how to put the right people together with the right resources to make the right things happen. We are working to address Maui’s most vital needs through the impact areas of Education, Income (sustainability) and Health. Our goal is to bring people, organizations and our community together around a common cause, a common vision, and a common path forward.
Maui Food Bank's mission is to help the hungry in Maui County by collecting and distributing food through community partnerships. We distribute over 3.25 million pounds of safe, nutritious food each year including 900,000 pounds of fresh produce.