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

The need for senior support services is clear and growing:

  • Every fourth person in Hawaii is 60 years of age and older
  • Maui county tops the nation in growth of seniors over 85 years old, growing by more than seven times the national average
  • 83% of our clients live near or below the poverty line

By providing non-medical services, Na Hoaloha fills the gap for these low- income seniors who need services that are NOT covered under Medicare or Medicaid and are not typically delivered through the long-term delivery system offered by State and local agencies.

By providing care and support through our program and services, Na Hoaloha is improving the quality of life for over 1100, and growing, Maui County Kupuna enabling them to maintain their independence within their own home, all at no cost for any of our services.

Help us Fill the Heart!

Ongoing generosity from community members like you will position Na Hoaloha to respond to the ever-growing needs of our Kupuna, keeping them safe, free from isolation, and out of long-term institutional care. Your gift will ensure Na Hoaloha can continue to offer our programs free and provided to all who need them.

Join Us: Na Hoaloha Ohana

Members of the Na Hoaloha Ohana commit to an unrestricted three-year pledge of $1000 or more annually to support the ongoing programs and services provided by Na Hoaloha.
Or help us celebrate our 30th anniversary by making a gift a gift of $30 a month for 30 months.

Be a corporate partner. Call King Van Nostrand at the number below for more information.

Gifts of all sizes are needed and appreciated and can be made as a one-time gift or pledged over a 3-year period. For more information on ways to give, please contact King Van Nostrand, Executive Director, by calling 808-249-2545 or by email at king@nahoaloha.org.




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Support Our Kupuna!

We are so grateful for your investment in our mission and continued support of our kupuna in need.