Headquartered in Nampa, ID, MAF takes advantage of Idaho's beautiful backcountry to train pilots who will be flying into some of the most difficult and rugged airstrips around the world. MAF uses airplanes, technology, and training to make a world of difference for indigenous people living in areas where transportation or communication is difficult.
Each year, MAF-US serves more than 600 non-profit, local government and mission organizations. Without MAF, some of these organizations would be unable to serve others.
In 2017, the MAF fleet carried 65,955 passengers and 6,881,686 pounds of cargo. The average flight saved five hours of travel by foot or slow, arduous ground transportation...greatly maximizing the ministry of missionaries and indigenous evangelists and saving lives during medical evacuations.
Throughout Africa, Asia, Eurasia and Latin America, MAF signifies that help is on the way—creating access to things like:
Give to the Max is only one day, but it’s one day where you can make a world of difference through Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF). Donate here to help provide a life-saving, life-changing flight for someone in need.