100 Women Who Care Maui

Forward Thinking

Part of a global non-profit alliance of 100 Who Care groups, we create maximum impact in a short amount of time.

Solving Problems

We identify immediate problems in our community and put large resources into action. Our meetings last one hour and we aim to raise $10,000 at each event.

Supporting Others

100% of donations go to Maui County causes. Anyone in need is eligible to be nominated by one of our members.

Our Story

I’m Chelsea Hill, the founder of 100+ Women Who Care Maui. In late 2014, I learned of a child sexual abuse case and was seeking a way to quickly raise funds without the usual complications. I heard about the 100 Who Care Alliance from my sister in Canada and decided on the spur to host an event. I invited my friends and in one hour, we raised $2800. Mandy Prouty, a fellow parent at my daughter’s school, had recently moved to Maui from Chicago and was looking for a way to give back to the community. The moment she heard about what I was trying to accomplish, she jumped on board and helped me organize the second meeting. We’ve been able to host events every three months ever since.

We’ve received wonderful publicity in the local press, and our membership is growing quickly. I am astonished and thrilled by the enthusiasm of our Maui women. Over and over again, women tell us how the 100+ Women Who Care Maui alliance is simple, brilliant, inspiring, and effective.

Chelsea Hill, founder of 100 Women Who Care Maui


Founder & Director

Chelsea Hill was born in Montreal, Canada. Educated in France, Italy, Vancouver, and Montreal, Chelsea moved to Maui in 1994 to run a juice bar. In 1998, she started Origin The Language Agency, and later The Chelsea Hill School of Languages. She relocated to Germany but still continues to be a part of our Maui Chapter. 




Debbie Benton moved to Maui from Ashland, Oregon in 2007 to co-found ROOTS School.  She has taught early childhood education K-3rd grades for the last 20 years.  Currently she is working for her family’s construction and excavation company, Benton Management, Inc. She enjoys volunteering in schools and for causes that help the island and the community of Maui.





Amanda Prouty and her family moved to Maui from Chicago. She and her husband own the Minit Medical Urgent Care Centers in Lahaina, Kihei and Kahului. She involves herself in numerous community events, especially those supporting healthy children.




Marni grew up part-time in Kahana since 1978 and moved to Maui permanently in 2018. A graduate of Pitzer College, she has spent the last 25 years in fund development and non-profit events, benefit movie premiere’s and concerts in Los Angeles for numerous charities; Elizabeth Taylor’s AIDS Foundation, Magic Johnson AIDS Foundation, and HBO’s Comic Relief for Homelessness.  She works at Imua Family Services as their Event & Community Relations Manager and currently sits on the board at PYCC. 


Co-Organizer March 2016 - March 2018



Co-Organizer March 2016 - March 2018

Donation History: We have raised over $304,000 since December 14, 2014!


September 8, 2021 – $11,600 – Halekalā Conservancy

May 19, 2021 – $11,500 – Maui Equality Coalition

March 10, 2021 – $11,250 – The Maui Farm

December 2, 2020 – $11,200 – Hale Kau Kau

September 9, 2020 – $9,940 – Friends of the Children’s Justice Center of Maui

May 13, 2020 – $10,330 – Grow Some Good

March 3, 2020 – $12,100 – Nancy’s Ohana

Dec 4, 2019 – $12,220 – Hawaii Animal Rescue Foundation

Sept 4, 2019 – $14,700 – Mana’olana Pink Paddlers

May 22, 2019 – $13,850 – Maui Therapy Animals

March 6, 2019 – $12,900 – Pediatric Therapies Hawaii

December 5, 2018 – $16,500 – Maui Huliau Foundation

September 20, 2018 – $16,800 – Maui Nui Marine Resource Council (MNMRC)

May 30, 2018 – $17,122 – People For Education Equality

March 7, 2018 – $15,400 – Maui Search & Rescue

November 29, 2017 – $10,724 – Nā Keiki O Emalia

September 6, 2017 – $12,322 – Malama Family Recovery Center

May 31, 2017 – $13,118 – Maui Chamber Orchestra – CHIMES

March 5, 2017 – $12,575 – Share Your Mana

December 7, 2016 – $12,200 – La‘a Kea Foundation

September 21, 2016 – $11,600 – Safe Keiki Project

June 29, 2016 – $11,520 – Mana‘olana Pink Paddlers

Mar 30, 2016 – $9,400 – Hawaii Animal Rescue Foundation

Dec 09, 2015 – $4,000 – Maui Deaf Friends

Aug 27, 2015 – $4,200 – A Cup of Cold Water

Apr 14, 2015 – $3,000 – Grow the Change

Dec 17, 2014 – $2,800 – Anonymous Recipient

Please see our Events Blog to read more about each event.

“Success means we go to sleep at night knowing that our talents and ablities were used in a way that served others.”
~ Marianne Williamson