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Hospice Maui is currently raising funds to build a 5-bedroom Hospice

Hale Hale Ho'olu'olu will be a 5 bedroom hospice home available to all residents on Maui in need of Hospice Care. To learn more about this important project Click Here. The impact of your gift will help to complete the circle of loving care available on Maui. Click Here to Donate Now.

 

Giving Circles & Naming Opportunities:

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Memorial Donations

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.


Gift Planning

A long-term goal at Hospice Maui is to build sustainable funding to help ensure the continuance and growth of our efforts for the Maui community. Gift Planning not only ensures that Hospice Maui receives a portion of your estate, but it also provides you and your family with a tax-efficient way to leave a lasting legacy.

Gifts of money, property, and stocks and bonds all benefit Hospice Maui, and these gifts can come in any size, any style, any package - we all have something to give. When we think about our wills and our legacy, what can seem like giving only a little can really mean a lot to an organization like ours. It can help us plant some "seeds" that will grow through time to strengthen us and help us assist our community. Following are some of the philanthropic solutions that can benefit Hospice Maui. Of course, anyone contemplating a donation to any nonprofit organization should first contact his or her financial advisors to set up the most beneficial solution for both their family and the nonprofit organization.

*Estate Planning: Gifts may be made through a person's will or trust, leaving a dollar amount or percentage of the estate to Hospice Maui.

*Gifts of Appreciated Property: Gifts of stocks, bonds or other assets that have increased in value since the time of purchase are exempt from capital gains and can be claimed as a charitable deduction equal to the fair market value.

*Charitable Trust: There are several types of charitable trusts such as the remainder trust that provide the donor with lifetime income and a charitable tax deduction.

*Life Insurance: A donor may choose to name Hospice Maui as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy.

*Real Estate: An outright gift of residential or commercial real estate provides the donor with an income tax deduction based on the appraised fair market value of the property. A donor may choose to continue living in the home during their lifetime and will pay taxes, insurance and maintenance. They will receive a substantial income tax deduction the year the gift is made.

*Donor-Advised Funds and Family Foundations: consider working with the team at the Hawaii Community Foundation to set up a Family Foundation and a Donor Advised Fund that creates a giving plan that meets your family’s goals; www.HawaiiCommunityFoundation.org

*Automatic Payroll Deductions at your Workplace: 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.

 

In-Kind Donations

ways_to_giveHospice Maui will accept vehicles that are clean, running and legal with a current Safety Inspection Sticker and Registration. Due to an Internal Revenue Service change in the laws governing vehicles over $5,000.00, the donor can no longer take the Blue Book value as a donation. Once the vehicle is sold, Hospice Maui will send the donor a letter stating the amount for which it was sold. This is the amount that can be claimed as a donation.

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 may be loaned out to Hospice Maui patients and injured or ill members of the community. All other medical supplies are used by our staff for our patients.

From time-to-time Hospice Maui can receive household appliances and other goods that are clean and in good working condition. Occasionally we will take items for a holiday or yard sale, but only when we are planning one of these events. The events would be advertised and donations would be accepted according to time constraints within the ad.

Please call Hospice Maui at 244-5555 for any additional information on in-kind donations.

 

Art on Sale

New Art Donated to Hospice Maui helps fundraising efforts.
Proceeds will go to support the programs and services at Hospice Maui.

Lithograph Prints - available in our office for pick-up.

David Lee Prints for sale at Hospice Maui - 100% of the proceeds from the sale of these prints goes to support Hospice Maui. Call 244-5555 to purchase and schedule pick up or delivery (If we are mailing these to you, postage & mailing tube charges will apply).

Price: 1 for $20.00 or buy two or more for $15.00 each.

Print Descriptions: Authentic Fine Art Lithographs Printed on Premium Stock Paper. Never Mounted or Framed. Size 18” x 24”

Art Titles: (photos of each to go with the titles)

White Orchid   Pond Side   Hawaiian Love Song

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Afternoon Flight   Simply Elegant   Morning Sail

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Twilight Song   My Passion

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DAVID LEE BIOGRAPHY Chinese artist David Lee was born in Canton, China in 1944 and in 1946 moved with his family to Hong Kong, where he was raised. He began painting at age 4. He was educated in Hong Kong and attended Taiwan University, where he received a B.A. in Fine Arts. He also attended Kaoshung University in Taiwan and the Far East Academy of Art in Hong Kong. David Lee was trained in the classical tradition of Oriental brushwork. Not only a master of technique, David Lee does not simply reproduce what nature presents but expands his imagination. Lee has perfected a rich sense of composition and style combining the delicate loveliness of watercolors on silk with Western concepts of design. Lee was the youngest winner ever of the prestigious Chinese National Painting Competition. After moving to Hawaii, where David Lee initially worked for the Consulate General of the Republic of China in the Foreign Affairs Department, David Lee devoted himself to his artwork full-time. He has had numerous one-man shows throughout the world including Hawaii, the U.S. Mainland, Canada, Japan, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Taiwan. David Lee's paintings hang in the permanent collection of the Taiwan University, in the National Museum of Taiwan, and the Chuk-Yun Museum in Hong Kong. Worldwide, his art is shown in over 300 art galleries, universities, and museums, as well as many noteworthy private collections in the U.S., Asia, Europe, and Canada, including the collection of the Imperial Family of Japan.

Among the numerous honors David Lee has received are awards from the government of the Republic of China, the government of Switzerland, the City and County of Honolulu, and the City of Osaka, Japan, where he received the Gold Key to the City for his achievements.

 

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About Giving

donationsHospice Maui takes care of people in their homes and provides, without charge to those without insurance 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 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 501(c)(3) charitable organization, and your gift is fully tax deductible since Hospice Maui has not provided you with any benefits in return for your contribution.

 


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