Chiefs Heiress Gracie Hunt Inspires Support For Maui While Laying Down In Black Bikini

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Gracie Hunt, the 24-year-old daughter of Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, utilized her platform to raise awareness and support for the victims of the devastating wildfires in Maui.

With over 365,000 followers on Instagram and nearly 100,000 on TikTok, Hunt has a big platform to reach out with her message.

Hunt shared a photo of herself elegantly posed in a black bikini. However, the picture was accompanied by a heartfelt message that demonstrated her concern and empathy for the ongoing tragedy in Maui.

“I am heartbroken by the devastating images coming out of Maui and Lahaina over the last week. Hawaii is a national treasure, made better by the amazing heart of the Hawaiian people. Join me in prayer for the people of Hawaii, and the families that have lost loved ones, homes and more, and for those on the front lines working tirelessly to make a difference.”

The wildfires in Maui have wreaked havoc, resulting in a tragic loss of life and property.

As the death toll surpassed 100, rescue and recovery efforts continue unabated. Hunt’s call for support and assistance has resonated deeply with her followers, prompting an outpouring of support and donations toward the relief efforts.

As the world watches the unfolding tragedy in Maui, Gracie Hunt stands as an inspiring figure, using her platform to encourage compassion, support, and unity in the face of adversity.

For those interested in contributing to the relief efforts in Maui, various organizations are working diligently to provide aid and assistance to the affected communities.