Maui Hotel & Lodging Association members provide assistance in the community
WAILUKU – During this unprecedented COVID-19 crisis, the Maui Hotel & Lodging Association is proud to take note of members who have tried to answer the call of the community as best as possible.
Most of the calls for donations from the county and state were for sanitation and bedding in preparation for an influx of COVID-19 patients. Food and other supplies were also donated to many local non-profits.
The following list only represents SOME of the donations and contributions by MHLA members.
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa donated boxes of hand sanitizer and personal protective equipment (PPE) non-latex gloves to Maui Health Foundation.
Andaz Maui donated 240 rolls of toilet paper to construction workers working on county infrastructure projects upon request from the Mayor’s Office.
Fairmont Kea Lani donated more than 1,200 pounds of produce, dairy and eggs to Maui Food Bank and other non-profits, as well as 3,500 pairs of PPE gloves to first responders.
Maui Ocean Club donated 50 rollaway beds to help with potential patient overflow at Maui Memorial Medical Center.
Wailea Golf Club donated two cases of PPE non-latex gloves to Maui Health Foundation.
TS Restaurants donated food and meals to Ka Hale A Ke Ola until the chain of Maui restaurants had to shut down. For four days, they served 25 meals a day at Ka Hale A Ke Ola’s West Maui location.
Sun Fresh Hawaii donated close to $24,000 worth of fresh produce, milk and cheese to a number of Maui nonprofits, including Ka Hale A Ke Ola, Maui Medical Group, Malama Family Recovery Center, Women Helping Women, Aloha House, Christ the King Church, and King’s Church. Donations will continue until supplies run out.
Structural Concrete donated boxes of N95 masks to Maui Memorial Medical Center.
PWC Hawaii donated food to fire crews at the Kahului Station as well as cleaned the station kitchen exhaust hood system for free.
Destination Resorts donated sheets, blankets, towels, shampoo and body wash.
Four Seasons Resort donated sheets, towels, washcloths and blankets.
The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua donated sheets, shampoo, shower gel and other items to the COVID-19 quarantine center in Kahului as well as 450 pounds of food to Maui Food Bank. Toilet paper, sundries and clothes were also donated to Women Helping Women.
Grand Wailea donated more than 600 pounds of food to Feed My Sheep and Maui Food Bank.
Montage Kapalua Bay donated 300 towels, 100 sheets and 1,000 rubber gloves.
Maui Coast donated linens, pillows, towels and toiletries
The following hotels have agreed to house doctors, nurses and first responders: Hotel Wailea, Maui Beach Hotel, Montage Kapalua Bay, Napili Kai Beach Resort, Napili Surf and Kaanapali Beach Hotel.