- Family Life Center – KHAKO works closely with FLC to ensure the maximum support for community members who are homeless.
- Salvation Army – makes referrals to KHAKO shelters for homeless individuals.
- Women Helping Women – provide shelter to victims of domestic violence who are leaving the domestic violence shelter or we refer clients to Women Helping Women who may be experiencing domestic violence while at the shelter.
- Aloha House – Aloha House is a residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment program; we refer clients there who may need a higher level of care for substances.
- Aloha United Way –
- PATCH Hawaii – provides continuing childcare training to our Childcare staff
Part of the mission at Flatbread is to support local organizations that have an impact of the local community. The primary way that they accomplish that is through their benefits nights that are held on Tuesdays.
The Flatbread Company donates $3.50 for each large flatbread and $1.75 for each small flatbread sold during the benefit evening.
Ohana Fuels’ Program “Fuel Up. Do Good”.
Ohana Fuels, Hawaii Petroleum’s retail fuel brand, partners with nonprofit organizations serving the needs of the local community by donating a portion of every gallon of gasoline purchased at its stations in that community.
Maui County Charity Walk
The CHARITY WALK is a statewide event that occurs on Hawai`i Island, Kauai, Lanai, Maui, Molokai and Oahu in May. In 2017, 14,000 walkers raised over $2.25 million to help our local charities. In 1974 the Hawai`i Lodging & Tourism Association, formerly the Hawai`i Hotel Association, sponsored a charitable “Superwalk” to benefit one major charitable organization. In 1978, the Hawai`i Lodging & Tourism Association members voted to extend the reach of support offered by the Walk’s fundraising capability. The Visitor Industry CHARITY WALK is the result of this decision. Since its inception in 1978, over $32 million has been raised and helped hundreds of local charities throughout the State.
The Carity walk gives Ka Hale A ke Ola a chance to raise money, by recruiting sponsors and their donations for walkers.
Give Aloha Foodland
Give Aloha, Foodland’s Annual Community Matching Gifts Program, was created in 1999 to honor Foodland’s founder, Maurice J. “Sully” Sullivan and continue his legacy of giving back to the community. Each year during the month of September, customers are encouraged to make a donation at Foodland to their favorite participating Hawaii non-profit organization. Each year, Foodland and the Western Union Foundation contribute more than $300,000 to match customer donations for all organizations combined. Since the program began in 1999, a total of more than $27.3 million has been raised for Hawaii’s charities.
Annual Kaiser Parking Lot Fundraiser
Every year in October, during the Maui County Fair, Ka Hale A Ke Ola houlds it’s major fundraing event. Kaiser Permanaete allows us to use it’s parking lot to sell Fair parking. All of KHAKO employees participate by manning the parking lot for 4 days. KHAKO collects $5.00 per vehicle for parking. We have been able to raise upwards of $9,000.00 during this time, thanks to Kaiser.