If you're looking to donate to residents affected by Tropical Storm Iselle, here are a few tips:
Aloha United Way, Hawaii Foodbank and Helping Hands Hawaii
The Aloha United Way says it will help support the Big Island recovery efforts.
The organization is working with Hawaii Foodbank and Helping Hands Hawaii to collect food, water, clothing and toiletries for storm victims.
Officials say food and water should be donated to the Hawaii Foodbank. Clothing should be donated to Helping Hands Hawaii.
Monetary donation can be made to Aloha United Way. Click here to donate money to the relief efforts.
Bank of Hawaii
All 67 Bank of Hawaii branches across the state will be accepting donations to help out the Big Island recovery efforts as well.
The money's going to the Aloha United Way.
Checks can be written out to Kokua Puna. Cash donations are accepted as well.
Hawaii Red Cross
Hawaii's Red Cross is accepting donations online and by mail that will be used to assist disaster victims.
Click here to donate online.
To donate by mail, mail a check to:
American Red Cross
55 Ululani Street
Hilo, Hawaii 69720
Nanawale Community Center
The Nanawele Community Center is running a mini pantry for victims of Tropical Storm Iselle.
The center is accepting donations of fresh fruit every day from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Click here for an article about the Nanawale Community Center's mini pantry.
The Salvation Army is accepting monetary donations online. Click here to donate.
If you know of other relief efforts to help the storm-ravaged communities, click here to email KITV4 News.