After a recent visit to Maui, Hawaii, CAM’s Rapid Response staff members say a cleanup effort in the near future is unlikely, but a four-person team of chaplains is being sent to minister to the spiritual needs of those affected by the wildfires. A Disaster Response Services rebuilding project may be considered in the future. The staff members assessed damaged areas and met with other charitable organizations and contacts in the Lahaina and Kula areas. At this point, many areas are not open to non-governmental organizations. Rapid Response staff members continue to monitor the situation for changes and look for other opportunities to minister to those affected by the wildfires.
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