UCLA Maui Strong Shirt

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The UCLA Maui Strong Shirt represents more than just apparel; it stands as a testament to a community’s tenacious spirit and acts as a powerful reminder of its solidarity. Additionally, this noble shirt provides relief and hope to those impacted by recent wildfires in Maui.

1. 100% Cotton

This Maui Strong Shirt is crafted with high-quality cotton for ultimate softness and comfort, featuring classic lines with a comfortable feel, classic fit, durability against wrinkles, shrinkage, and mildew resistance, as well as lasting quality that doesn’t fade over time.

This shirt displays an eye-catching retro sunset backdrop of Maui Island with delicate paw prints representing our unbreakable relationship between animals and people. Show your support for Maui residents and their unwavering strength through this eye-catching design!

This t-shirt is crafted from 100% Airlume combed and ringspun cotton (fiber content may differ between colors), and provides durability, softness, and an amazing fit. With its ribbed collar and shoulders adding structure, seamless double needle sleeve and bottom hem stitching adding durability, and taped neck and shoulders to maintain shape longer – plus all profits going directly to Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement’s Kakoo Maui Fund to assist families in rebuilding their homes affected by Maui wildfires by clearing debris removal, fixing damage infrastructure repair works, etc.

2. Made in the USA

The Maui Strong Collection symbolizes the resilience and cultural heritage of our island home. Proceeds from each sale directly benefit the Kakoo Maui Fund by the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement to assist those affected by recent wildfires on Maui.

Our 100% soft ring-spun cotton is durable yet luxuriously comfortable, using water-based inks that penetrate its fibers for more vibrant colors, soft textures, and designs that withstand repeated washings. Double-stitched sleeves and seamless, tagless collars add quality construction.

With only the finest materials used, you can rest easy knowing this Maui strong shirt will stand up to rugged island living for many years to come – we promise it!

Maui Strong apparel is available for men and women, and unisex tees and tank tops in sizes for all. Printed in high definition on 100% quick-drying performance fabric that provides UPF 50 sun protection, its graphic is printed in vivid high definition on each shirt or tank top.

After covering hard costs associated with production, printing, fulfillment, standard shipping (expedited shipping available upon request), designer royalties, and licensing, 100% of net proceeds will go directly to the Kakoo Maui Fund created by the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement to aid families that have lost homes or belongings due to wildfires in Hawaii. Please be aware that donations made within the USA may qualify as tax deductions.

3. Made in Maui

The UCLA Maui Strong shirt is a crucial way to show support for the people of Hawaii following devastating wildfires. Featuring the Hawaiian phrase,’malama kekahi i kekahi,’ which translates as “take care of one another,” its proceeds will help the heroic efforts of Maui Humane Society, which has provided relief and comfort to families affected by fires.

The annual Made in Maui County Festival is Maui’s most significant products show, celebrating locally made goods. Held over two days at Maui Arts & Cultural Center, this two-day festival showcases over 140 product vendors. Established in 2014 to support small business growth while simultaneously increasing Hawaiian goods value, visitors are educated on why purchasing locally is beneficial and encouraged to buy locally.

Not only do the vendors sell their products at this festival, but many also participate in workshops and presentations ranging from soapmaking to ukulele lessons, with classes on topics like sustainability and self-care practices as well. It is an opportunity to learn about Hawaii’s culture while taking advantage of its beautiful scenery!

Maui is home to many items made by local artisans ranging from food and clothing, handmade jewelry, organic produce, farmers markets, and specialty stores that feature local fare as well as restaurants that serve it up.

Shop Hawaii-made goods by visiting the Made in Maui County website. Here, curated collections of locally made items can be found, with discounts being given for local purchases. Plus, there’s also an impressive directory of local businesses as well as tips on shopping locally!

Maui is a stunning and peaceful island known for its incredible beaches. An ideal vacation spot, Maui provides visitors with everything from breathtaking scenery to delicious cuisine – making this destination genuinely enchanting!

This collection of t-shirts is created to capture both the beauty of Maui and its resilient spirit, featuring beach scenes with the words “Maui Strong.” Constructed of 100% ring-spun cotton for soft comfort and double-stitched durability. Both men’s and women’s styles are available. Any net proceeds generated by this line will go toward supporting the Kakoo Maui Fund established by the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement to assist families in rebuilding following wildfires in Hawaii.

4. Support the Maui Resilience Fund

The Maui Strong collection offers products designed to represent our community with pride and unity. Each item in this exclusive selection supports the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement’s Kakoo Maui fund, providing direct assistance for verified ohana who have lost homes due to fires. 100% of proceeds go directly towards supporting verified ohana who have experienced loss as a result of fires, making this an engaging way to show support.

Maui Hui Malama is working tirelessly to offer relief and respite for families affected by the fires, including meal delivery (3,000 per day), water distribution, basic-need supplies such as gas/grocery gift cards and family support days for children as well as counseling services to assist those experiencing trauma and grief. Additionally, counseling services are offered.

HI HOPES provides much-needed services and resources for current and recently aged-out foster youth affected by the fires, including current foster youth who were uprooted from their homes by these incidents. Due to its existing services, this organization can easily reach out to this population with more personalized attention and resources.

Maui Noeau’s Art with Heart: Maui Fire Relief Program is a free educational and creative arts program provided to Lahaina shelters, schools, and agencies serving affected communities to remove costs associated with fire relief efforts. Through Art with Heart, children can express themselves while simultaneously improving mental health and aiding in their healing journey.

The Sewing Hui of Maui has received requests from shelters for pillowcases that double as bags for children and wheelchair/walker bags for adults – providing families with an easy way to support their recovery needs. Funding will be used to purchase sewing supplies for this ongoing effort.

Roots Reborn is offering assistance to immigrant communities affected by fires who may be at a greater risk of falling through the cracks during recovery and response efforts. They will provide translation and advisory support services for insurance claims, disaster assistance grants, mortgage forbearance agreements, and other potential financial resources.

UVSC helps alleviate financial stresses associated with fighting cancer so cancer patients can concentrate their energies on fighting and living through it. With the funding from this grant, UVSC will expand its services for those displaced by fires in Lahaina and Upcountry.