Hospice Maui cares for Maui’s seriously ill residents in their homes or in our Hospice Maui Hale and provides, without charge to those without insurance or who cannot afford it, whatever is needed for that care. In addition, we do our job in a way that exceeds the highest standards of hospice care. Because of these two factors, our care costs more than the insurance coverage we receive. Thus it is through the generosity of our contributors that we are able to maintain our exceptional hospice care program, year in and year out. Throughout our history we have enjoyed tremendous community support and that is what helps us continue to meet the need for our services. We are a 501c(3) charitable organization, and your gifts are fully tax deductible as permitted by law.

“It is through the generosity of our community that we are able to maintain our exceptional hospice care program, year in and year out. Mahalo.”

Please Join the Circle of Loving Care:
Philanthropy: $100,000 – and up
Humanitarian: $25,000 – $99,999
Visionary: $10,000 – $24,999
Partner: $2,500 – $9,999
Supporter: $1,000 – $2,499
Guardian: $250 – $999
Community: gifts up to $249

• Decade Club: Consecutive giving for 10 years or more
• Legacy Society: Donors who have included Hospice Maui in their estate plan

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hospice-0124-3195532398-O (800x532)A memorial gift is a touching tribute to friends and relatives who have died. These gifts are an important part of our ongoing support. As with regular contributions, we thank the donor, and we also send an acknowledgment of the gift to the family or friends of the person in whose name the gift is made. Some people also honor living persons with gifts to Hospice Maui in the person’s name. Hospice Maui is also a Maui United Way Agency, and a recipient of funds from the Pacific Area Combined Federal Campaign. Donations can be made and designated to Hospice Maui through both of these entities.
Hospice Maui Kokua Fund – Financial Support for Patient Needs

The Hospice Maui Kokua Fund supports Hospice Maui patients and families who require extra assistance not paid by their insurance. The fund focuses on covering room and board for patients staying in our Hospice Maui Hale or in Hale Makua. It also includes financial help for extra care-giving and specific needs in the patients’ homes.

Room and Board Support
Our new Hospice Maui Hale will be providing a beautiful place for our patients to spend their last days or weeks of life when they can’t be at home. At Hospice Maui Hale, patients will receive our specialized compassionate care to meet their medical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs. Most health insurances cover the cost of hospice care based on the patient being at home. Because of this, it usually does not cover the room and board costs of staying at Hospice Maui Hale, at Hale Makua, or at an assisted living facility. The Hospice Maui Kokua Fund helps those who can’t afford to be in those settings but need the specialized care provided there.

Hospice Maui is committed to serve our patients and families in the setting of their choice. Most patients prefer to receive hospice services at home. The reimbursement that we receive from insurers, including Medicare, covers visits by professional staff that can include: nurses, nurse aides, social workers, spiritual care counselors, physicians, and trained volunteers. Sometimes caregiving assistance is needed beyond what family members, friends, and hospice services can provide, and such extra help is not covered by insurance. If hiring a paid caregiver is more than they can afford, our Hospice Maui Kokua Fund can make a big difference in their lives.

Other Specific Needs
The Hospice Maui Kokua Fund also provides financial support for patient specific needs, such as offsetting the cost of higher electric bills due to an oxygen concentrator, or travel assistance for a family member to see the patient for one last time.

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Hospice Maui’s Social Workers conduct an assessment for every patient. They are trained to carefully evaluate their situation, exploring opportunities, suggesting links to community resources and assist with caregiving and placement needs.

For the fiscal year starting July 1, 2017, our financial goal is to raise $175,000 for this fund. Contributors will be encouraged to do recurring online donations or to pledge multiple-year contributions.

Hospice Maui Establishes a Legacy Circle

Hospice Maui has recently established a Legacy Circle to honor those who have included our organization in their estate plan. Our Legacy Circle members consider a plan to leave a gift or bequest to Hospice Maui.  Naming Hospice Maui in your will can be a wonderful way to leave a legacy and will help to ensure access to compassionate hospice care for all residents in need. Including Hospice Maui in your will or estate plan can make a difference and does not require great wealth.
Legacy gifts include:
• Designation of a fixed amount through your Will or Trust
• Gift of Real Estate or a percentage of a property
• Beneficiary of a Savings Bond
• Beneficiary in an IRA, retirement plan

When you name Hospice Maui as a beneficiary of a gift in your trust or will, you can simply include the following language:

“A gift of (specified gift) will be made to Hospice Maui, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, tax ID 99-0215149.”

If you would like to ensure that your gift to Hospice Maui is used for a specific purpose, we are available to work with you on a Memorandum of Charitable Giving that will outline in writing your intent, and offers instructions as to how to apply your gift when it arrives. To learn more about leaving a legacy gift to Hospice Maui, please contact our Executive Director, Greg LaGoy or Advancement Director, Astrid Grupenhoff.

*If you have already included Hospice Maui in your will or estate plan, please contact us and let us know if we may include you in our Legacy Circle listings and recognition events.

Hospice Maui will accept vehicles that are clean, running and legal with a current Safety Inspection Sticker and Registration. Once the vehicle is sold, Hospice Maui will send the donor a letter stating the amount for which it was sold.
We will accept miscellaneous equipment and supplies such as wheelchairs, egg crates, shower chairs and benches, commodes, canes and walkers, etc.
We also accept unused items such as bed-liners, adult diapers and briefs, lotions and ointments, gauze, no-rinse shampoo, and other medical supplies for patient use. Donated equipment and supplies will help those in our community who are in need.
Please call Hospice Maui at 244-5555 if you have questions about donating items or you are in need of donated items. 
Thank you to everybody who made Hospice Maui’s vision to build a ‘Hale’ possible!

Hospice Maui Hale opened its doors in the beginning of December 2016. It is a place where patients in their last days or weeks of life receive our specialized care to meet their medical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs.
We are grateful to the many contributors, who have made this building project possible, including:

Anonymous Family Foundation (2)

Anonymous Individual

Bendon Family Foundation

Clarence T.C. Ching Foundation

County of Maui

Erdman Family Fund

Gartner Family

Harold K.L. Castle Foundation

Leis Family

Mary Sanford

State of Hawaii

Mahalo for every single donation! Every gift counts:

Anonymous (10)

ABBA Machinery, Inc.

Margaret Adams

Jarret Agcaoili

Akinaka Construction

Amaral Masonry LLC

Jeffrey Amaral

Milton Amaral

Lloyd Amundson

John Araki

John & Annie Araki

Nalani Archibeque, Ph.D.

Ethel Asato

Fred & Leonarda Asuncion, Sr.

Melita A. Asuncion

Franklin Atwell

Bob & Ann Babson

Luciana Baccarat

Ted Bachas

Bobby Baker, MD

Eugene Bal & Family

Paul Baldassano

Ballard Family Mortuary

Rosalina Baluran

Randall & Linda Barcheski

Jay Beaufait

Monika Bechert

John & Carol Becker

Elizabeth Behnke

Ellen Belconis

Bendon Family Foundation

Howard Benham

Tabitha Benner

Fumiko Beppu

Jon & Joan Betwee

John & Rena Biel

Eleanor J. Bloom

Cecelia Boden*

Dale & Marge Bonar

Michael Boone

Janis Botwinik

Wilbur Brown

George & Donna Brown

Zadoc Brown, Jr.

Terrie Browning

Phyllis Bruce

Richard Buckley

Carol Bull

Marie L. Burda

John Cabral

Margaret Cabral

Audrey Caires

James & Karen Calandra

Larry Calina

Ronald Calvert & Scott Dean

Wendy Cameron

Capital Group Co. Charitable Giving in honor of Harry Dobashi

Robert Cartwright

Catering From Soup To Nuts, Inc.

Marife Cendana

Ceramic Tile Plus

Dee Chapon

Alvin Chee

Walter Chihara

Eve-lynn Civerolo

The Clarence T.C. Ching Foundation

Clinical Laboratories Of Hawaii, LLP

Cooke Foundation Hawaii Community Foundation

County of Maui

Nicolas Crespo & Brigitte Crespo-Wolf

Scott Crockford

Bill & Vicky Cunningham

Brian & Eva Daniells

Wiebke Daniels

Jan Dapitan

Kathleen Davis

Vera DeMello

Martin Diamond

Harry & Nancy Dobashi

Document Services of Maui

Dorvin Leis Co., Inc.

Doyle Family

Margarita Duran

Janina Eastment

John Elder & Family

Jill Engledow

Erdman Family Fund

Pardee Erdman

Suzette Esmeralda

Barbara Exton

Ken & Kate Ezaki

Jean Fiddes

Paige Fontaine

Elaine Foo Sum

Fred Baldwin Memorial Foundation

Sandy Freeman

Ronald L. & Sandra Freeman

Evangeline Freitas

Friends Of Hawaii Charities, Inc.

Sharon Fujioka

Alan & Stacy Fukuoka

Roy Fusato

Charlotte Fusato

Gammie Home Care, Inc.

Cindy Garcia

Gartner Family Foundation

Steve & Fran Goldstein

Clinton Gomes

Goodfellow Bros., Inc.

Dan & Claudia Goodfellow

Susan Graham

Juliet Green

Tannis Grimes

Gupta O’Brien Family Fund

Dave & Grace Haake

Alyce B. Haines

Haleakala Solar

Glenn & Katherine Hamai

Patrick E Hamilton*

Merlyn Hanada

Hermine Harman

Harold K.L. Castle Foundation

Jacqueline Harp

Thomas Hazama

Mary Herrera

Mary Hew

Frances Hirano

Rick Hoeft & Deborah Williams

Nancy Hoffner

Kathleen Hogarty

Cary & Sharon Honda

Howard’s Nurseries, Inc.

Barry & May Hyman

Blanche M. Iaukea

Terri Ibarra

Edwin Ichiriu

Michael Ito

Paul Janes-Brown

Japan Karate Assn.

Mitch Jenkins

Tom Jezierny

Yvonne Jo

Howard Johnston

Judy Johnston

Mary Johnston*

Allen Jones

Karen Jones

Victoria Joyce

Patricia Kaauamo

Kahului Carpet & Drapery, Inc

Janet Kamasaki

Edwin Kanemoto

Kimokeo Kapahulehua

Henry Kauhaahaa

Kahu Alika Kealahou

Stephen Kealoha

Bill & Paula Keele

Kim Harter Design

Kind Heart Free Spirit Foundation

William & JoAnne King

Richard & Janis Kinoshita

Blair Kitkowski

Marian Kluwe

Gregory Knue

Pat Koebbe

James & Kivette Koeppe

Alice Kono

Carole Kooy

Mary Korn

Donna Kroetsch

Kristen Kwan

Barbara Lamarca

The Lanmar Fund

The Lark Foundation

Latitudes Garden

Nam & Mary Anne Le Viet

Charles & Diana Ledward

Brian & Becky Lee

David Lee

John Legerton & Katharine Meacham

Betty Leis

Carol Lem

Puanani Lindsey

JB Lockhart

Tony & Barbara Long

Lee MacDonald

Marianne Macmillan

Judith Magarifuji

Pam & Steve Mallin

Rowena Marciel-Enomoto

Ben Massenburg

Matson Foundation

Tsuzuki Matsumura

Lyle & Cindy Matsunaga

Alan & Val Matsunaga

Maui Electric Company, Ltd.

Maui Food Service, Inc.

Maui Orchid Society

Maui United Hongwanji Buddhist Women’s Assoc.

Alec & Maren McBarnet, Jr.

Layla McCann

Donna McCleary, MD

Len & Mary Ann McMullen

Virginia McNew

Bill & Debbie Melton

Paul & Rosalyn Meyer

Nancy Meyer

Gail Miyahira

Richard Miyasato

Stanley Mole

Monsanto Fund

Keith Montgomery

Ginny Moody

Maybelle A. Moore

Morikawa & Associates, LLC.

Frank Morreira

Sheri Morrison

CJ & Ellyn Mortimer

Barbara Mosle

Ruth Mukai

Mulligans On The Blue

Leora Murakami


David Nelson

Robert & Jeanne Nelson

Mark Nevulis

Carolyn Nichols

Asaye Nishimoto

James Nishimoto

Toni Ogasawara

Kenneth Okamura

Glenn & Lori Okimoto

Jonathon Olson

Nancy Ooka

Chris Ortogero

Darrell Orwig

Tsuyuno Otsu

Paint Forward LLC

Gregory Paresa

Dwight & Pat Parr

Daniel Pascua

Anthony & Lynn Pascual

Teresina Patterson

James Peck

Wallette Pellegrino

Ellen Peterson

Photography By Mariah Milan, LLC

Gail Pickholz

Matthew Pietsch

Terri Pike

Michael Prais

Jean Prandini

Principal Financial Group

Larry Prosser

Ann Prouty

Pukalani Plant Co., Inc.

Alexander Pupek

Barbara J. Querry, LLC

Sean Rabang

Charlie Rafael

Sarah Raisbeck

Nick Ramos

Barry Rand

R.E.A.P. Foundation

Donna Revells

Marlene Rice

Hans Riecke

James & Jeanne Riley

Robert D & Dorothy S O’Brien Memorial Fund

Donna Rolens

Chris Rollins

Roger &
Anne Rowehl

Sandra Saiki

St. John’s Episcopal Church

Gary & Edy Salenger

Saltchuk Resources, Inc.

Florence Sandell

Mary Sanford*

Michelle Santos

Carolyn Schaefer

Amita Schmidt

Schuster Family Trust

Nicholas Sciulli

Toshio Seki

Joey Sena

Service Rentals & Supplies, Inc.

Sew Special

Elaine Shapiro

Elizabeth Sheades

Nancy W. Shearman

Momoye Shimada

Van Shimizu

Lynette Shiroma

S.J. Ungar/ J. Shapiro Family Foundation

William Sloper

Kathleen Soule

Bill Carden & Bernice Sousa-Carden

Jean Souza*

Joyce Spencer

SReeve Designs, Inc.

Starbucks Kaahumanu

State of Hawaii Department of Health

Earl & Sandi Stoner

Steve & Debra Sturdevant

Patrick Sugai

Kazuo & Toshiko Sugiki

Surf Rents

Sumiko Suzuki

Barbara Tadakuma

Larry & Barbara Tadakuma

Linda Takahashi

Jean Takamiya

Ann Tamayose

Donn & Maile Taniguchi

Wilfred & Ming Tanijo

Molly Taomoto & Family

Michael &
Lisa Kono-Tateishi

Keli’i & Chelsea Tau’a

David & Karen Temple

Patty Thibaut

Leah Tinkleman

TMC Construction

Trident Electric

Trudi Tobin

James & Shirley Tobita

Joe Tucker

Sakae & Fumiko Uehara

Valley Isle Kombucha

Valley Isle Road Runners

Valley Isle Surveyors, Inc.

Mitch & Sandy Van Kley

Louise Varnas

Vegas Hair Maui

Anthony & Robin Ventura

Susan Ventura

Patrick Verhagen

Sandy Viloria, R.N.

Walt & Ellen Vorfeld

Louis & Jean Wada

Jere Washer

Gary Wehe

Jeanne Wellinger

Joseph Welter &
Susi Oak-Welter

Mike Westfall

Paul & Ruth Wickman

Oprah Winfrey

Dorothy Wissmar*

Lucy Wong

William & Sally Worcester

Annett H. Yoda

Larry & Joan Yokoyama

Lynne Zamarin

If we have left anyone off the list or mispelled a name, we apologize. Please let us know by calling 808-244-5555.


Here you will find program support and items that we would love to have but just don’t have the means to purchase.

Please take a look and see if there is something you would like to contribute. If you would like more information about any of the items, please contact the office.

All donations are fully tax deductible.


Intermittent suction machine (we need two) $2,500 ea. Thank you!

Office / reception remodel area $6,460

Re-carpet small meeting room $5,700
This room is used for our weekly grief support group and meetings.

Re-carpet large meeting room $7,500
This room is used for our staff meetings and presentations.

Migration to new patient documentation software $10,000 Thank you!

Website updates and improvements $8,500 Thank you!

Funeral Support Fund $5,000 (up to $500 per family) Thank you!

Fund for cell phones and phone cards for patients and their families $500

Art Supplies $100 Thank you!

Toys and Games $75 Thank you!

Music Therapy Harp program $1,250

Professional Development $8,500 Thank you!

Hospice Maui Kokua Fund for those needing extra caregiving assistance without the ability to pay $25,000 or a gift toward

Fund for Gifts for Patients $250


Hospice Maui Hale:

Enclosure for PV control and batteries –  Needed for Maui Electric’s final sign-off on our PV system $2,000

Chair rails and installation (150′) – These are strips of vinyl that matches the cove base, which protect
the walls from damage from chairs $1,500

2 Food Service Establishment Dishwashers $6,000 each Thank you!

2 Commercial Front Loading Washing Machines $1,500 each Thank you!

1 Kitchen Aid Refrigerator $5,000 Thank you!

1 Commercial Dryer $1,000 Thank you!

Hospice Maui is fundraising for endowment and capital expenditures:

Endowment to assist with the new Hospice Maui Hale room and board cost for those without the ability to pay. A gift toward $5,000,000

Endowment for maintaining facilities. A gift toward $2,000,000

New Care Coordination Center (Office). A gift toward $1,000,000