• Unreached

    Unreached

    What would life be without Jesus? Who would be our peace, protection and provision if we didn’t know the Lord?

  • Facing the future with dignity

    Facing the future with dignity

    I am MAF Reporter LuAnne Cadd. I’ve spent the last few years visiting our many lifelines and I’d like to tell you about a project in Bangladesh that has touched me

  • Give life. Give £5/month.

    Give life. Give £5/month.

    Bring change. Be an ambulance. Help refugees. Educate children. Speed aid. Fly doctors. Spread Christian hope. Join thousands of MAF supporters giving monthly and giving life.

  • Please help us to continue saving lives

    Please help us to continue saving lives

    All the food in the world won’t save a single malnourished person it can’t reach. This is where MAF comes in

  • Fill jerrycans to help fuel more life-saving flights

    Fill jerrycans to help fuel more life-saving flights

    What does a plane mean to you? To Atrin, it meant the hope of survival. Help fuel Atrin's fight for life. Because thousands of women and children like Atrin need to know help is coming.

  • Not just another birthday

    Not just another birthday

    Give up your birthday for MAF and in return transform the lives of isolated communities around the world. Now that’s certainly something to celebrate.

  • The amazing airstrip appeal

    The amazing airstrip appeal

    Why are airstrips amazing? Because without them, many communities would be totally isolated from help, hope and healing.

  • Give a flying future to Liberia

    Give a flying future to Liberia

    APPEAL: Today, MAF operates the only humanitarian aircraft in Liberia. The opportunities of help and hope this opens up to people in desperate need are only just beginning. Will you join us?

  • Pray for South Sudan

    Pray for South Sudan

    Together, we will see God touch this broken nation

  • 70 years of help, hope and healing

    70 years of help, hope and healing

    APPEAL: In the early days of MAF, many believed our planes and pilots would not be needed in the developing world by 2016. However, isolated communities are now in even greater need of God’s love than when we started our mission.

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