All of the region except for the burned sections of historic Lahaina town will reopen Nov. 1.
"When you are living paycheck to paycheck, the last thing you want to hear is someone asking you for money," the actor said Monday on Instagram.
The area around the historic Maui town largely destroyed by wildfire two months ago has begun welcoming back travelers.
Residents from fire-stricken Lahaina are petitioning Hawaii's governor to delay his plans to reopen a portion of West Maui to tourism starting this weekend.
Authorities will begin allowing the first residents to return to their properties in the burn zone, many for the first time since the historic town was demolished.
"These are positive signs for its long-term recovery," Hawaii’s Department of Land and Natural Resources said.
Determining the death toll from the Lahaina fires has been complicated because of the damage caused by the fire and the chaos as people tried to escape.
The deadliest U.S. wildfire in more than a century swept through Lahaina on Aug. 8.
The Aerosmith singer and Maui homeowner wants his fans to visit the Hawaiian island of Maui to help its economy recover from last month's devastating wildfires.
The People’s Fund of Maui will put “money directly in the pockets of those who were affected by the recent wildfires,” the duo announced.