Carolyn DeMott, with her son at her side, recently received the keys to their new home – a permanently affordable Na Hale O Maui home in Kihei. This marks the second sale of the affordable Na Hale O Maui home. NHOM repurchased the home from the first homeowner, who received a portion of the shared appreciation, while keeping the home affordable for DeMott, the new … [Read more...] about Maui teacher moves son into permanently affordable home
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You can now make donations to Na Hale O Maui affordable housing community land trust through the Foodland Community Matching Grants Program. According to NHOM executive director Cassandra Abdul, individual donations of up to $249 may be made at Foodland and Sack n’ Save stores between Sept. 1-30 by using the NHOM program number 78899. Foodland's Annual Community Matching … [Read more...] about Here’s how you can help Na Hale O Maui’s affordable housing land trust
The first Na Hale O Maui Golf Tournament raised $30,000 to support the construction of 12 new permanently affordable homes in Lahaina. The tournament–hosted by Discovery Land–was held July 16 at the Makena Golf & Beach Club. The new three- and four-bedroom homes will benefit low and moderate-income island families; families that work and/or live in West Maui will have … [Read more...] about First Na Hale O Maui Golf Tournament raises $30,000 for Maui affordable homes
Na Hale O Maui recently honored Field Representative for the Maui Chapter of the Hawaii Carpenters Union Bruce U`u. The nonprofit community land trust presented U`u a Certificate of Appreciation for his outstanding service on the organization’s board. The award was presented to U`u at a recent NHOM annual meeting. During U`u’s tenure, NHOM maintained 32 families in affordable … [Read more...] about Na Hale O Maui Honors Hawaii Carpenters Union field representative Bruce U`u
1. On April 15, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s office announced that they had to change the venue for their upcoming April 20 Maui Town Hall meeting to the Maui Arts & Cultural Center’s Castle Theater (it still runs from 7:30-9pm) because so many people had already RSVP’d. How many residents indicated they would go? A. 100 B. 200 C. 300 D. 400 E. 500 2. Last week, the housing … [Read more...] about Quizunderstood: What do you know about marine debris in the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument?