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MAF Australia

Contact

Name: Shadey Halawe

Position: Business Partnerships Manager

Email: partnerships@maf.org.au

Website: http://www.maf.org.au/

Address

Unit 203, 14-16 Lexington Drive

Bella Vista NSW 2153

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Our Mission / Objective

Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) is a Christian organisation that provides aviation services for people living in remote areas around the world.

For over 75 years, MAF has been serving isolated people by using aircraft to bring in the essentials of life as well as medical care, emergency food, and Christian hope.

Our purpose is to deliver practical and spiritual care to people in places of deepest human need. Every six minutes, a MAF plane takes off or lands somewhere in the world. These flights enable crucial work by many aid and development agencies, missions, local churches and other national groups.

MAF is serving the Church and communities in remote areas where flying is not a luxury, but a lifeline.

Our Services

Mountains. Jungles. Swamps. Unrest. No roads. We overcome these barriers to bring hope to the isolated.

Millions of people cannot access basic medical care, clean water or schools simply because it’s too dangerous or time-consuming to reach them. We provide flights for 1,400 aid, development and mission organisations to enable them to transform lives. It’s a great partnership – and you can help make it possible.

Projects in Progress

Aid and Development

MAF enables the work of around 1400 organisations. 1400! That means we get to facilitate an incredibly diverse and impactful range of projects.

It might be water wells in South Sudan, food security in Timor-Leste, medical supplies in Kenya, disaster prevention in Bangladesh, education programs in Arnhem Land…. you get the idea!

MAF helps improve living conditions and enables thousands of families to develop safe, healthy, and productive communities.

We work with organisations like World Vision, Save the Children, Samaritans Purse, Habitat for Humanity, YWAM, Unicef and many, many others.

Medical Assistance

For those in remote or isolated communities, a MAF flight is often the only way to get life-saving care.

We respond quickly and effectively to save lives and ease suffering caused by accidents, disease, disasters, deadly epidemics, and complications of childbirth.

Thousands are saved each year as MAF speeds patients to hospital, turning days of ground travel into mere minutes.

And even more are saved as MAF transports doctors, nurses, and medicines to patients in minutes instead of days or weeks. Epidemics are prevented with vaccines and medical personnel transported by MAF.

On top of this, MAF communications networks advance healthcare by providing reliable voice and computer connections that allow remote facilities to access medical services and systems a world away.

Disaster Relief

Put simply, the barriers created by natural disasters can be overcome by MAF.

In the wake of natural disasters and civil wars, our aircraft can take off and land on short, crude airstrips to reach those in greatest need.

We can provide reliable, timely delivery of emergency supplies and personnel. Food arrives in time to alleviate hunger, medicines and emergency medical evacuations save lives, and goods and supplies improve living conditions.

MAF aircraft have played critical roles following the Boxing Day Tsunami in Indonesia, Hurricane Felix in Nicaragua, the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines and the 2015 earthquake in Nepal.

A MAF plane is a welcome sight to people who have lost so much.

MAF communications further facilitate relief programs. Agency and relief efforts are more easily coordinated through MAF technology networks, even when an entire nation has lost electrical power.

Our People

CEO

Ian McDougall,

Leadership Team

Edgar Voigts – Relationship Manager

Kelvin Maistry – Finance Manager

Kuren Galant – Recruitment Manager

Names of Board Members

Jeff Nagle – Chair

Michael Buckmaster – Treasurer / Secretary

Ian McBride – Chair MAFNZ

Charles Foster – Board Member

Heather Coleman – Board Member

Number of Employees

19

Registration Information

ABN

26 134 583 887

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

General Donations

To give you an idea, $50 gives us enough fuel for around 20 minutes. Each minute is precious and enables emergency medevacs, disaster relief, urgent aid and community development.

General Donation: maf.org.au/donate/

International Staff: maf.org.au/sponsor

Fundraising: maf-fundraising-hub.raisely.com

Other support

Workplace Giving: maf.org.au/workplace-giving

Business Partnerships: maf.org.au/partnerships

Fundraising: maf-fundraising-hub.raisely.com

Fuel Good Morning Tea: maf.org.au/fuelgoodmorningtea

 

Work with us

Work with MAF and Be Part of Something Bigger. Be part of an Adventure, Hope, a Movement, Transformation and Rescue.

For over 75 years MAF has been bringing help, hope and healing to the remote communities of the world. Pilots, engineers, managers, IT technicians, teachers, administrators and many other professionals have come together to bring transformation to remote communities.

Be part of something bigger

Volunteer with us

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) is a Christian organisation that provides aviation services for people living in remote areas around the world.

For over 75 years, MAF has been serving isolated people by using aircraft to bring in the essentials of life as well as medical care, emergency food, and Christian hope.

Our purpose is to deliver practical and spiritual care to people in places of deepest human need. Every six minutes, a MAF plane takes off or lands somewhere in the world. These flights enable crucial work by many aid and development agencies, missions, local churches and other national groups.

MAF is serving the Church and communities in remote areas where flying is not a luxury, but a lifeline.

Our Services

Mountains. Jungles. Swamps. Unrest. No roads. We overcome these barriers to bring hope to the isolated.

Millions of people cannot access basic medical care, clean water or schools simply because it’s too dangerous or time-consuming to reach them. We provide flights for 1,400 aid, development and mission organisations to enable them to transform lives. It’s a great partnership – and you can help make it possible.

Projects in Progress

Aid and Development

MAF enables the work of around 1400 organisations. 1400! That means we get to facilitate an incredibly diverse and impactful range of projects.

It might be water wells in South Sudan, food security in Timor-Leste, medical supplies in Kenya, disaster prevention in Bangladesh, education programs in Arnhem Land…. you get the idea!

MAF helps improve living conditions and enables thousands of families to develop safe, healthy, and productive communities.

We work with organisations like World Vision, Save the Children, Samaritans Purse, Habitat for Humanity, YWAM, Unicef and many, many others.

Medical Assistance

For those in remote or isolated communities, a MAF flight is often the only way to get life-saving care.

We respond quickly and effectively to save lives and ease suffering caused by accidents, disease, disasters, deadly epidemics, and complications of childbirth.

Thousands are saved each year as MAF speeds patients to hospital, turning days of ground travel into mere minutes.

And even more are saved as MAF transports doctors, nurses, and medicines to patients in minutes instead of days or weeks. Epidemics are prevented with vaccines and medical personnel transported by MAF.

On top of this, MAF communications networks advance healthcare by providing reliable voice and computer connections that allow remote facilities to access medical services and systems a world away.

Disaster Relief

Put simply, the barriers created by natural disasters can be overcome by MAF.

In the wake of natural disasters and civil wars, our aircraft can take off and land on short, crude airstrips to reach those in greatest need.

We can provide reliable, timely delivery of emergency supplies and personnel. Food arrives in time to alleviate hunger, medicines and emergency medical evacuations save lives, and goods and supplies improve living conditions.

MAF aircraft have played critical roles following the Boxing Day Tsunami in Indonesia, Hurricane Felix in Nicaragua, the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines and the 2015 earthquake in Nepal.

A MAF plane is a welcome sight to people who have lost so much.

MAF communications further facilitate relief programs. Agency and relief efforts are more easily coordinated through MAF technology networks, even when an entire nation has lost electrical power.

Our People

CEO

Ian McDougall,

Leadership Team

Edgar Voigts – Relationship Manager

Kelvin Maistry – Finance Manager

Kuren Galant – Recruitment Manager

Names of Board Members

Jeff Nagle – Chair

Michael Buckmaster – Treasurer / Secretary

Ian McBride – Chair MAFNZ

Charles Foster – Board Member

Heather Coleman – Board Member

Number of Employees

19

Registration Information

ABN

26 134 583 887

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

General Donations

To give you an idea, $50 gives us enough fuel for around 20 minutes. Each minute is precious and enables emergency medevacs, disaster relief, urgent aid and community development.

General Donation: maf.org.au/donate/

International Staff: maf.org.au/sponsor

Fundraising: maf-fundraising-hub.raisely.com

Other support

Workplace Giving: maf.org.au/workplace-giving

Business Partnerships: maf.org.au/partnerships

Fundraising: maf-fundraising-hub.raisely.com

Fuel Good Morning Tea: maf.org.au/fuelgoodmorningtea

 

Work with us

Work with MAF and Be Part of Something Bigger. Be part of an Adventure, Hope, a Movement, Transformation and Rescue.

For over 75 years MAF has been bringing help, hope and healing to the remote communities of the world. Pilots, engineers, managers, IT technicians, teachers, administrators and many other professionals have come together to bring transformation to remote communities.

Be part of something bigger

Volunteer with us

Our Annual Reports

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