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Non-Profit Memberships

Non-Profit Membership

Please see our various plans for nonprofit memberships below. 

Membership in the Maui Chamber of Commerce is based upon a fair share investment. Our members indicate that the number of employees is the fairest measure of business size for most industries, except the accommodations industry, which is based upon number of rooms. Therefore, membership fees are based on the number of a company’s full-time or full-time equivalent employees.

If you sign up for any of the plans below with annual recurring renewal payments, you will save $30! You will just need to pay today via credit card and you will then be automatically charged each year on your membership expiration date. You can cancel your membership or automatic payments at any time by contacting our office.

Construction Industry of Maui (CIM) – $200

Professional Rental Management Association (PRMA) – $200

President’s Circle – $125


**Please Note: By selecting a membership option below, filling out the application, and submitting payment, you are acknowledging that you understand: you are applying for membership, wish to support the goals of the Maui Chamber of Commerce, and agree to abide by the Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws and organization's Ethics Statement (terms & conditions on application). You also understand that your membership must be approved by the Board of Directors and that payment is for a full year from the payment receipt.**

Plan   CIM   PRMA Circle

Non-Profit Membership 


Non-Profit Membership + President’s Circle


Non-Profit Membership + Construction Industry of Maui Membership


Non-Profit Membership + Construction industry of Maui Membership + President’s Circle


Non-Profit Membership + Professional Rental Management Association


Non-Profit Membership + Professional Rental Management Association + President’s Circle


The Federal Government requires the Chamber inform you that: The Chamber is a 501(c)(6) organization; 95% of membership dues is deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense for Federal income tax purposes; that in compliance with the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993, 5% of your membership dues are not deductible as a business expense because it is allocable to lobbying expenditures; contributions or gifts to the Chamber are not deductible as charitable contributions, but may qualify as a business expense; further information on this law should be obtained from your tax advisor; and that the Chamber does have a 501(c)(3) tax deductible foundation as well.