Habitat for Humanity Maui

In Memory of Lucas R Banks

Gifts from the Heart in Memory of Lucas R Banks

Lucas R Banks was born on November 26, 2002 in Seattle, WA to Lisa Watt Banks and Michael Anthony Banks and was brought home from the hospital on Thanksgiving day. When Lucas was two years old, he and his parents traveled to China where he became the best big brother to Maile Banks.

Lucas was an adventurous person who loved goofing around, dancing and having fun, and always extended himself to help out and support people in any way he could. He is remembered as a free-spirit who cared deeply for people and wanted to make the world a better place.

In 2021 Lucas moved to Oahu, Hawaii to start a new adventure and journey. He loved Hawaii, the Aloha spirit and the people who lived it. Following the devastating wildfires on the island of Maui, Lucas considered moving to Maui to help where needed and possibly help rebuild Lahaina town.

The world lost Lucas on August 21, 2023.

In honor and memory of Lucas R Banks, the family would like to continue Lucas’ legacy of helping people and generously giving a gift that will keep on giving for years to come – the priceless gift of a decent home for a family in need.

Lucas R Banks Gifts from the Heart will help to build a home that will change the lives of a family who otherwise could not afford a safe and decent home.

Consider joining the family’s efforts by making a donation In Memory of Lucas R Banks.

Volunteer in Lucas’s Honor

Be part of honoring Lucas’s legacy with Habitat for Humanity Maui – volunteer on a project and contribute in his memory. Complete the form below to make a meaningful impact through your dedicated service. 

Donate Online via PayPal

Donate online by clicking the yellow button below. When making your donation online, please note in the “+ Write a note (Optional)” section: Lucas R Banks

Donate by check to:

Habitat for Humanity Maui
1162 Lower Main Street
Wailuku, HI 96793

Checks payable to Habitat for Humanity Maui. Please make note on check, In Honor of Lucas R Banks.

A Hui Hou, Lucas. Until we meet again.