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Help Bring Christmas Joy to Maui Keiki and Kūpuna in Need, Through Dec. 11

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Maui County Federal Credit Union is partnering with The Salvation Army Angel Tree program to help keiki and kūpuna in need on Maui. From Nov. 15 through Dec. 11, 2021, individuals can pick-up Angel Tree tags at any of its branches in Kahului, Lahaina and Wailuku, purchase the requested gifts and then return it to the same branch with the tag.

Angel Tree tags can be picked up and gifts dropped off at Maui County FCU branches during business hours. Branches are located at 270 Dairy Road in Maui Marketplace in Kahului, 270 Lahainaluna Road in Lahaina, and 1888 Wili Pā Loop in Wailuku. Monetary donations for The Salvation Army are also being accepted at all Maui County FCU branches and are 100% tax deductible. 

“We are excited to be able to partner with The Salvation Army to bring Christmas cheer to Maui kids and seniors in need. We hope to share aloha and bring happiness to families on Maui, because everyone deserves to experience the joy of unwrapping a gift on Christmas,” said Maui County FCU President/CEO, Gary Fukuroku.


“We are grateful to Maui County Federal Credit Union and their members for supporting individuals in need across Maui for the fifth consecutive year,” said Captain Steven Howard, Corps Officer and Maui County Coordinator for The Salvation Army. “Especially heading into the second year of the pandemic, these Christmas gifts will help bring magic to children and seniors and ease the stress on their families during the holiday season.”

Families in need of assistance can contact The Salvation Army Family Services in Kahului at 808-871-6270 and in Lahaina at 808-661-5335. For more information, visit


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