The devastating wildfires on Maui have claimed over 100 lives, with even more missing, and burned thousands of homes, businesses and historical sites, leaving locals desperate for basic necessities including food, water and housing.
Hawaii officials say the wildfires that erupted on Maui Aug. 8 have become the deadliest natural disaster in state history.
"Good Morning America" and ABC News have organized efforts to help viewers get involved in relief efforts for survivors of the Maui fires.
How to help:
This fund, organized by the Hawaii Community Foundation, has raised over $34 million since the fires broke out and has already distributed over $4 million to more than two dozen local aid groups. The foundation has waived all donation fees, with 100% of funds going toward community needs.
Editor's Note: This story was updated on Dec. 7, 2023.