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Giving

One of the core values of Taxloopholes.com and Maui Mastermind® is that we grow wealthy by what we give.  In fact, we feel so strongly about this concept that each year we work with members of the Maui Mastermind community to find leveraged ways to do good in the world.

Over the past decade, the Maui community of business owners has raised over $5.1 million for dozens of charities around the world.

Would you like to get involved with future Maui Giving activities? Here are two ways:

First, if you have a specific charity you are passionate about, let us help you raise more money. Over the past 8 years we’ve donated various workshops to charity groups to auction off and raise money. We are also willing to donate cases of various Maui books that can be sold with ALL proceeds going to your charity. To date these efforts have raised over $700,000 for dozens of charities. (NOTE: Your charity must be a registered 501c3 charity.) To learn more please email us at giving@taxloopholes.com.

Second, if you don’t have a specific charity but you have a big heart and want to make a difference, perhaps we can help match you up with a charity organization that needs your passion and skills. Again, to learn more please just email us at giving@taxloopholes.com.

The mission of Maui Giving is to connect the talents and resources of some of the world’s best business minds with important causes and charitable groups who need their help.

juvenile diabetes donation
Maui Giving group just successfully raised $20,000 for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). To date, the Maui community has helped raise over $50,000 for JDRF.
Avon Breast Cancer Walk
Maui Mastermind CEO David Finkel with his wife Heather completing the Avon Breast Cancer Walk.
Blood Donors12 Maui grads took a trip to both raise money and donate blood at St. Jude Childrens’ Research  Hospital.
AwardTaxloopholes.com Tax Strategy Editors Matt MacFarland CPA (far left) and Amanda Han CPA receiving the prestigious Maui Spirit Award for their work contributing both to the Maui community and raising money and awareness for their local animal shelter.
David Finkel with Rwandan President
David Finkel with Rwandan President Paul Kagame.  In 2007, 15 Maui grads spent a week in Rwanda looking for ways to bring business and charitable dollars to best use there.  To date the Maui community has raised over $100,000 for various charities in Africa.
Mini Maui
“Mini Maui” business workshop 2009, San Diego. This particular event raised $100,000 for numerous charities AND gave business owners in the Maui community powerful ideas on how they could grow their businesses and build their wealth.