Onlyfans model is selling $10 nudes to help victims of Maui’s wildfires

Call it philanthropy.

OnlyFans model and Honolulu resident Mariah Casillas, 22, announced that she is sending nude photos to anyone who donates at least $10 to Maui wildfire recovery efforts.

Popular tourist destination Hawaii just suffered one of the deadliest wildfires in the US in over a century. The fire killed at least 106 people, destroyed cities and left victims homeless.

The model’s unique way of raising money for the island has garnered 1.3million views on X, formerly known as Twitter, where she posted the daring message.

“Damn, I’ll send nude photos to anyone who donates at least $10 to my Maui wildfire fundraiser. I love this beautiful island too much,” he said Read the fundraiser tweet. “RT and DM me after donation, I’ll check ;).”

The model that comes by @lavaxgrll launched the “HELP LAHAINA NOW!” campaign on Twitter. GoFundMe page on August 14th. Since then, she’s raised over $7,400 in donations, meaning the raunchy do-gooder could have sent over 740 nude pics to her fans.

“EVERY$10 = 1 NAKED, LET’S GO,” she reminded her 96,000 followers in a follow-up tweet promoting the fundraiser.

Casillas told The Post it’s not a “gimmick” — she’s actually sending money to victims on Maui.

“I just want to get the word out — and for people to stop thinking it’s a gimmick,” she said. “I love this island and would do anything for it. The money does not go to me and it is not an advertisement for anything other than raising money.”

An OnlyFans model who calls herself @Lavaxgrll
OnlyFans model Mariah Casillas announced that she will send nudes to anyone who donates at least $10 to help Maui’s wildfires.

The model wants to raise money for the island she loves and encourages others to do the same.

“EVERY$10 = 1 NAKED LET’S GO,” Casillas tweeted.

“Maui is a sacred, beautiful place and some terrible things are happening right now,” she wrote in an Instagram story. “They really need our help.”

Casillas hopes her role as an influencer can make a difference.

“I’m kind of just the influencer to try and get everyone on the same page to help out and do what they can during this time of need,” she added.

All proceeds will directly benefit those affected by this disaster, the model added. “I’ve assembled a team to help me get these funds distributed to families, households and those who need immediate help.”

She received over 300 donations on GoFundMe published on August 14th.

Wildfires on Maui
Maui has been hit by one of the deadliest wildfires in the United States in over a century.
AP/Rick Bowmer

In the GoFundMe description, Casillas invites anyone who has enjoyed the beauty of Maui to contribute.

“If you’ve had the privilege of visiting Hawaii, I hope you’ll consider donating to the place and people who made it all possible for you.”

What we know about the Maui wildfires

At least 89 people have died in the Maui wildfires that broke out late Tuesday.

“We still have bodies floating on the seawall,” a Lahaina said A resident told Hawaii News Now. “They’ve been sitting there since last night.”

The wildfires, fanned by strong winds, have burned down several buildings, forced evacuations and caused power outages in several communities.

The National Weather Service said Hurricane Dora was partly responsible for the high winds that cut power by nightfall. About 13,000 Maui residents are reportedly without power.

People rush to the sea to escape the smoke and flames fanned by Hurricane Dora.

Firefighters are fighting multiple fires in the popular tourist destination of West Maui and a mountainous inland region. Firefighters struggled to reach some areas cut off by fallen trees and power lines.


“I love this beautiful island too much,” the donation tweet said. “RT and DM me after donation, I’ll check ;).”

Another group of kinky enthusiasts on TerOnlyFans — an OnlyFans-inspired site — invited users to donate money to support the Ukraine war in exchange for a nude photo.

Proceeds helped fund Ukraine’s war effort and resettled people displaced by the Russian invasion.

Nastsassia Nasko insiders said that TerOnlyFans raised more than $700,000 in the first three months of its launch.

“We are not sex workers. We’re trying to raise money for the war,” Nasko said.

Caroline Bleakley

Caroline Bleakley is a USTimeToday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Caroline Bleakley joined USTimeToday in 2022 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with Caroline Bleakley by emailing

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