Our Partners

Hana Farms mission is to contribute to a healthy and happy Hāna by providing opportunity and resources for our community, inspiring our visitors to value the natural world, and stewarding this sacred land with respect. Our vision is a world supported by regenerative agriculture and local enterprise. Learn more

Hana Business Council sponsors the HanaMaui.com website and the Hana Business Directory as a service to the residents and visitors of Hana. The HBC was established in 1997 to support business endeavors and to create business and employment opportunities within the special culture and traditions of our East Maui area. We enhance business opportunities through the engagement in advertising, education and public relations. We have over the years sponsored entrepreneurial workshops, hosted business networking events, run educational seminars, worked to improve East Maui utilities and broadband access, established a scholarship fund and in other ways promoted a healthy small business community in Hana. Learn more

Hasegawa General Store was founded by 2 brothers, Shoichi and Saburo Hasegawa, back in 1910. At the time of this writing, this is the oldest family run business on the entire island of Maui, Hawaii! Back in 2007, this one-stop-shop was honoured by the Small Business Association by being awarded the “Maui Family Business of the Year.”

Hasegawa's eclectic mix of merchandise includes groceries, snacks, shirts, hats, postcards, sunscreen, wine and spirits, souvenirs, doorknobs, fishing rods, books, wall art, cutting boards, bags, balls and more! With such a variety, it’s definitely some of the more interesting shopping in Maui! Need some cash? Then their ATM machine will come in handy too. Learn more

Ka Lima O Maui, founded in 1955, is a community-based vocational rehabilitation program providing job training and employment opportunities for adults with disabilities. One of Maui's oldest non-profit businesses - we are also its largest employer of the disabled." Learn more

Hawaii Farmers Union United is composed of 15 Chapters across the Hawaiian Islands. We are represented with a seat on the Hawaii Board of Agriculture. HFUU is a grassroots producer-driven organization with leadership demonstrating support for family agriculture as the basis for thriving rural communities. Those communities, in turn, are vital to the health and economic well-being of the entire U.S. economy. Learn more

GyPSy Guide If you prefer travelling independently, our GyPSy Guide apps provide a guided tour experience, along with the freedom to choose what you enjoy; playing commentary AUTOMATICALLY as you drive, sharing interesting and entertaining stories about the things you are seeing and the places you are visiting.

The most popular driving day trip on Maui is the famous Road to Hana, with its 600 curves and 59 bridges along it 68 mile length around the bottom of the Haleakala Volcano. With very little signage and only mile markers, GyPSy Guide is invaluable to help you know what to stop for, and what to do at the best locations." Learn more

Flora Dec has been Hawaii's largest source for art, craft, floral, wedding, scrapbooking & needlework supplies at discount prices for over 50 years. Their 20,000 square foot showroom and warehouse in downtown Honolulu, HI offers a huge selection of decorative products, seasonal items and packaging supplies. Learn more

WWOOF is an exchange - In return for volunteer help, WWOOF hosts offer food, accommodation and opportunities to learn about organic lifestyles. WWOOF organizations link people who want to volunteer on organic farms or smallholdings with people who are looking for volunteer help." Learn more