One 'Ohana Initiative

Maui Wildfires Compensation Program – the One ʻOhana Fund

The purpose of the One ʻOhana Fund – the Maui Wildfires Compensation Program (the “MWCP” or “Program”) is to assist those who suffered serious physical injury and the families of those who died as a result of the tragic Maui Wildfires of August 8, 2023.

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About The Program

The MWCP was created at the request of Governor Josh Green, M.D. with cooperation and funding from the State of Hawaiʻi, Hawaiian Electric, Kamehameha Schools, the County of Maui, Cincinnati Bell (dba Hawaiian Telcom), Charter Communications, and the West Maui Land Company (collectively referred to as the “Parties” or “Contributors”). The purpose of the Program is to provide prompt payment to the families of those who died and to those who suffered serious physical injuries as a result of the tragic Maui Wildfires of August 8, 2023 (the “Maui Wildfires").

The Protocol is the operative document governing the Program’s claims-submission process. It sets forth the eligibility and process requirements for individuals (“Claimants”) to submit and settle claims.

The Program will be administered by Judge Ronald Ibarra, former Chief Judge of Hawaiʻi’s Third Circuit Court. Judge Ibarra was appointed as a Circuit Court Judge in 1989 and brings close to three decades on the bench to his role as Administrator. As the Administrator, Judge Ibarra will be responsible for managing the submission, evaluation, and settlement of death and serious physical injury claims.

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Maui Wildfires Compensation Program
A325 - 5104
200 N Vineyard Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96817
United States