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NA Hoaloha-Maui Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Human Services, Personal Social Services, Senior Centers, Seniors

Mission: The mission of Na Hoaloha – Neighbors Helping Neighbors, is to provide compassionate care services to homebound seniors to enable them to remain in their homes and independent for as long as possible.

Geographic areas served: Maui County

Programs: Adult Day Care Scholarships
Offer family caregivers time away from care giving while their loved ones socialize, exercise, and enjoy activities in a warm caring atmosphere.  Services also include:
• caregiver support groups
• workshops
• counseling
• education

In-Home Respite Care
Providing respite volunteers to care for family elders.

In-Home Respite Care
Reimburses family caregivers @ $12/hour to hire a private in-home caregiver for elder family member.

Community Stories

1 Story from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Rating: 5

Na Hoaloha is providing a valuable and needed service in the local communities it serves. The previous Board of Directors came on simultaneously at a time of crisis and immediately and directly started dealing with all the issues confronting the agency. They have done a splendid job as is obvious from the progression of the organization and the improvements achieved. The Board members are to be commended not only for their commitment and dedication, but also for their willingness to act.

As they have now passed the crisis-survival stage, the Board determined it was time to look to the future and develop both intermediate and long term plans and objectives. Accordingly, a Board retreat/strategic planning session was held. Issues were recognized, opportunities identified, ideas shared and options discussed.

Often, when working with non-profits, we are told that if only they had more money their problems would be solved. And as we often discover, there may be far greater issues that would still be in place or even exacerbated if they had more money. However, here this is clearly not the case. They are being good stewards of their resources, but are in a precarious position unless additional resources are attained.

It was a privilege to have had a part in the planning session for the Faith In Action program, and I would like thank the staff and the Board of Directors for their commitment to helping the people of this island, and especially for their kind and gracious welcome to me.

Bill Northcutt
Faith-in-Action Strategic Planning Consultant