Fire Disaster Strikes Hawaii

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Uncle Bully is a surf instructor that “everyone knows” from Lahaina, Maui. They lost everything


raised by 93 people

$10,000 goal

Update #1

Update posted 1 year ago

The reports we’re receiving from Maui are staggering. The death toll is climbing. The devastation is unlike anything Hawaii has seen. 

Julie, our alumni Racer in Kula, has been working tirelessly, sharing updates on how we can. Yesterday she sent this alarming text: 

Sadly, the government is creating obstacles that’s preventing locals from getting supplies. 

That’s why we’ve partnered at a grassroots level with Uncle Bully - Lahaina resident and pillar in the community. He is committed to doing whatever it takes to get essentials to the people.

Clean water is a huge issue right now, so much of the relief efforts include making sure people stay hydrated and fed while they pick up the pieces of their lives. 


When we told him financial aid was on the way he said:

We hope to send $10,000 to Uncle Bully and the community of Lahaina. 

Your contribution will meet immediate needs like providing food and water to survivors. 

We are committed to reporting the truth and helping the people of Maui. Thank you for your support and prayers.

Uncle Bully is a surf instructor that “everyone knows” from Lahaina, Maui. He and his family lost their homes, cars, and belongings. He and his entire family, including an infant granddaughter, are now homeless.

Will you help us rebuild Uncle Bully’s life? 

If you feel led to partner with us, you may do so by clicking the link below.

We must continue in prayer and move into action

Adventures have a rich history of responding quickly when disaster strikes. We started in 1989 when Hurricane Hugo ripped through South Carolina, leaving devastation in its wake, and we’ll respond with the same tenacity for the Hawaii Fires.

We’re receiving reports from the island estimating that 700+ are thought to be dead. 

People burned alive in their cars and in the ocean. 

It’s the kind of stuff that nightmares are made of, but for so many, it’s their grim reality.

Join us today in making a difference in the lives of Hawaiins like Uncle Bully, who lost everything. Let’s rise up and be the Church.

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