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The island of Maui in Hawaii was hit by a series of devastating wildfires in August 2023, killing about 100 people and displacing thousands more. The fires were fueled by strong winds from Hurricane Dora and nonnative invasive grasses that covered much of the island’s grasslands. The fires burned more than 3,400 acres of land and destroyed more than 2,700 homes and businesses, including most of the historic town of Lahaina, which was once Hawaii’s capital. The fires are now under control, but the recovery and rebuilding efforts are expected to take months, if not years. Many residents are still missing or unaccounted for, and the authorities are using DNA samples to identify the victims. The Maui community is in need of urgent help and support to cope with the aftermath of the tragedy.

The Maui wildfires are the deadliest wildfire in the United States in over a century  , surpassing the death toll of the 2018 Camp Fire in Northern California that killed 85 people. They are also the worst natural disaster of any kind in Hawaii in recorded history. The Maui wildfires have left a lasting scar on the island’s landscape, culture, and economy and the lives of so many.



At Hawaiian Experience Spa, we are deeply committed to supporting the communities that are close to our hearts. In the aftermath of the devastating Maui fires, we’ve been channeling our resources to assist the families affected. Our unique bond with the island amplifies the impact we can make, even as a small business. The immediate threat of the flames might have ceased, but the journey to recovery is extensive. We pledge our continuous support to those affected, today and in the forthcoming months and years if necessary. To this end, we’re consistently introducing a range of sales, specials, and opportunities for our cherished patrons to join hands with us. Discover our current initiatives below and be a part of this meaningful endeavor.


Become a Spa Member and Make a Difference

In the aftermath of the recent devastating fire on Maui, we invite you to join us in a meaningful endeavor to support families in need. By enrolling in our Wellness Plan, not only will you experience the benefits of spa membership, but you’ll also contribute directly to those affected by this tragedy.

For each new membership enrollment, we are donating $50 to assist families affected by the fire on Maui.

As an Aloha spa member, you’ll immerse yourself in the spirit of aloha while enjoying exclusive reduced pricing on a wide range of services. For just $79.99 per month, your membership not only brings you access to a luxurious massage or facial, but also offers you substantial discounts on all our services. The best part? You have the freedom to cancel anytime, so you can embrace the benefits without any long-term commitment.


Leave a Tip for Families

We are excited to announce a new and effortless way for you to contribute to the Maui Family Fund directly at checkout. Now, when you’re completing your spa experience at Hawaiian Experience Spa, you can choose to leave a tip designated specifically for families affected by the devastating Maui fires.

💯 100% Transparency: Rest assured, 100% of these tips go directly to aid those in dire need due to this tragic event.

It’s a simple step, but your generosity can make a world of difference for our Maui ohana as they navigate through the long path of recovery and rebuilding. Just let our front desk know that you’d like to leave a tip for the Maui Family Fund. Contributions start at just one dollar, but their impact is immeasurable.

Every little bit counts, and together we can make a significant, positive impact on the lives touched by this tragedy. Mahalo for your continued support and kindness.

Who is Being Helped

We have begun helping families in Maui. Please check back soon for details on this endeavor. Your help is making a difference in people’s lives.


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