Foundation to benefit from ‘Fuel Up. Do Good.’
WAILUKU — Maui AIDS Foundation has been selected as the 2021 second-quarter beneficiary of Ohana Fuels’ “Fuel Up. Do Good.” community giving program.
During the months of April through June 2021, a portion of all gasoline sales at Maui Ohana Fuels locations will be donated to the organization.
Ohana Fuels partners with nonprofit organizations serving the needs of the local community and donates a portion of the proceeds from every gallon of gasoline purchased at Ohana Fuels stations in that community.
Maui AIDS Foundation is the only organization of its kind serving all islands of Maui County. MAF has provided vital services free to the community for 35 years, including programs for at-risk, underinsured and uninsured individuals.
MAF promotes prevention of viral spread in a medically underserved community. In addition, it provides comprehensive care, youth and community education programs, a safe clinical environment, free clinical testing, medical insurance, food pantry, housing and linkage to medical care and oral health.
Along with these services comes a dedicated case management and prevention team to provide support and counseling.
Even as the economy and funding have grown much more challenging, the goal is to never turn any community member away.
“Fuel up. Do good.” is an incredible opportunity to provide significant support to the Maui community through these vital MAF services.
“We are so honored to receive the support of Ohana Fuels, and we humbly ask Maui residents to support our efforts in improving the health and well-being of our Maui community by filling up your tanks at Ohana Fuels gas stations during the months of April through June,” said Chasity Cadaoas, executive director of Maui AIDS Foundation.
Maui AIDS Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit established on Maui in 1986. For more information on MAF services, visit www.MauiAIDS.org.