THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THE WORK AND PEOPLE OF MAF

Your donation is an investment in the lives of people around the globe.

We appreciate that not everyone likes making online donations via the internet. You can also make a donation using one of the other options provided below.

BY CHEQUE

If you prefer to post your donation, you can send a cheque to:

Mission Aviation Fellowship NZ
PO Box 76502
Manukau City, Auckland 2241

1. Cheques for the Flying Fund (General Fund) should be made payable to: MAF NZ. 

2. Cheques for staff sponsorship or a specific appeal should to be made payable to: Flying for Life Charitable Trust.

PLANNED GIVING

By making Automatic Payments, you will help MAF save costs and establish a consistent plan for giving to missions, even if you are away from home.To start making Automatic Payments, contact our office and we will send you the relevant for forms.

LEAVE A LEGACY

A bequest is simply a gift left in a will. Many people don’t realise that you don’t have to be rich or famous to make a bequest. The truth is that most bequests are made by ordinary, hardworking people who want to make a positive difference to their community or to a cause after they're gone.

BE INSPIRED

Supporting Bible Translation and Literacy in Liberia

MAF partners Aaron and Amy Speitelsbach have served with mission organisation Ethnos360 since 2007, first studying French in France, then moving to Abidjan, Ivory Coast for one year, beforeRead more

Jonny & Glenys Watson

Jonny and Glenys Watson, along with their children, Katie, Alana, Danielle and Lucy are from Hamilton, New Zealand, and have been MAF in PNG since 2017.  Glenys is currently a Mission Pilot in theRead more

Jonathan & Michele Pound

Jono and Michele met in the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) and were married in 2010. They have four children, Abby (9), Daniel (8), and twins—Joseph and Benjamin (6), who are all home schooledRead more

A Bold New Vision

Great news! We have made the first step towards purchasing a hangar at Tauranga airport, which will be developed into the Kendon-Strong MAF Centre! In response to the urgent global need, theRead more

The Humble Hero

Greeting Trevor Strong is like meeting a long lost friend. His warmth and graciousness are the first things I notice as I shake hands with one of the men who, in the midst of the horrors of WWII,Read more

High Impact Flights!

Tod Aebischer, Country Director in PNG, recently flew from the “remote—to the really remote” to see first-hand the difference even one MAF flight can make on a community. Despite the heat andRead more

Together We Learn

My name is Harriëtte Knigge and at the beginning of March, I flew to Moropote, in a remote part of PNG, with a friend Caroline Wälde, to give a trauma healing course. In typical Moropote tradition,Read more

Achieving the Engineering Dream!

Have you ever thought of becoming an engineer for Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF)? Dan Perrett has just completed his apprenticeship in Engineering (Cert IV in Aero skills - Avionics) throughRead more

Strategically Placed for the Battle Against COVID-19

For the past 75 years, MAF’s goal has always been the same—to overcome the barriers that keep people isolated from the help they need. Today, that barrier is COVID-19. Our regular flights haveRead more

An Update From Mark Fox

As events unfold regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, Mark Fox (MAF NZ CEO) shares up to date information about how the virus is impacting MAF’s ministry, both here in New Zealand and around the world.Read more

From the First Day Until Now

“From the First Day Until Now” is a video specially produced as part of MAF’s celebration of 75 years of “Flying for Life”. It shows how one man’s life was changed—and how his life thenRead more

Update - 24th March

As events unfold regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, we wanted to be in touch with you on how this is impacting MAF’s ministry, both here in New Zealand and around the world. As far as possible our woRead more
 

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