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Donations in Australia over AUD$2 are 
tax-deductible through MAF Assist DGR 1. ABN 23301106261.

Should we exceed the target amount, your donation will support other programs where the need is deemed to be the greatest. 

Thank you for helping us build the new hangar!

Thank you for helping us build the new hangar!

Here's just a small glimpse of the work your contribution will continue to help enable. 

Your tax-deductible gift will help us reach those living in remote communities who do not have the means or safety net to survive through this pandemic.

We have established an emergency flight program for women and children who need to flee domestic violence. 

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ARNHEM LAND

 PAPUA NEW GUINEA

We are partnering with the government in flying in health workers, medicines and awareness materials into rural hospitals to help them prepare for the worst. 

We are partnering with the government in flying in health workers, medicines and awareness materials into rural hospitals to help them prepare for the worst. 

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.
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MAF Australia ABN: 26 134 583 887

Unit 203, building T1,
14 Lexington Drive,
Norwest Business Park, Bella Vista NSW 2153

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MAF Australia ABN: 26 134 583 887

Unit 203, building T1,
14 Lexington Drive,
Norwest Business Park, Bella Vista NSW 2153

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MAF Pilot Brad Venter was preparing for a a full day's program when he was alerted to a medevac need in Goroka, PNG. A women  retained placenta after giving birth and was in critical need of medical attention. 

On landing, the people in the village brought her to the aircraft on a well-made bamboo stretcher. While I loaded her into the aircraft, Sarah was able to do another airstrip survey.

Rest of story if we think it appropriate.

Your tax-deductible gift today will continue to make stories of hope in PNG possible. 

Make a donation today

Here's just a small glimpse of the work your contribution will continue to help enable. 

This is fast becoming an urgent need for the team in PNG. The old systems in the two aircraft are increasingly obsolete and are a source of significant challenges in maintenance and certification.

We urgently need to raise at least $150,000AUD, which is the cost required to refurbish one aircraft. 

Your tax-deductible gift today will help us continue reaching remote communities in PNG with medical care, emergency aid, critical resources and Christian hope.

Donate now

Your tax-deductible gift today will continue to make stories 
of hope in PNG possible. 

Your gift brings life 

Your gift brings life

The MAF base in Mareeba provides critical aircraft maintenance, support and training for our Asia-Pacific programs.

At the end of this year, the lease for our current hangar will expire, forcing us to now build a new base. 

Building a new hangar is estimated to cost AUD$3,300,000 of which MAF Australia has been tasked to raise AUD$850,000.

This new base will set us up for decades to come; drastically improving our ability to service aircraft efficiently, train new engineers and lower our operating costs.

Ultimately, this new development will enable MAF programs across the world to continue reaching isolated communities with God's love. 

Would you prayerfully consider partnering with us to meet this urgent need?

What will a new hangar mean?

MAINTENANCE
Sufficient room to perform aircraft maintenance.

REPRESENTATION ONLY

Your tax-deductible gift will enable us to continue delivering hope to some of the world's most isolated communites.

Give today
Give today

REPRESENTATION ONLY

Together we will continue flying hope to some of the world's most 
isolated communities.

What will a new

hangar mean?

MAF Mareeba 
Hangar Appeal

A new hangar is urgently needed in Mareeba. 
Your help is needed to fund it. 

Give now

Mareeba 
Hangar 
Appeal

A new hangar is urgently needed in Mareeba. 
Your help is needed to fund it. 

Give now

REPRESENTATION ONLY

TRAINING
More engineers trained through the training program.

IMPACT
Greater efficiency which will mean more isolated communities reached!

MAINTENANCE
Sustainable aircraft maintenance for Australia and APAC

TRAINING
Brand new MAF engineering and flight school facilities

IMPACT
Reaching isolated community with God's love for years to come

Mareeba 
Hangar 
Appeal

A new hangar is urgently needed in Mareeba. 
Your help is needed to fund it. 

Give now

Mareeba 
Hangar 
Appeal

A new hangar is urgently needed in Mareeba. 
Your help is needed to fund it. 

Give now

Mareeba
Hangar
Appeal

Give today

MAF urgently needs to replace the Mareeba hangar before the end of the year. 

The MAF base in Mareeba provides critical aircraft maintenance, support and training for our Asia-Pacific programs.

At the end of this year, the lease for our current hangar will expire, forcing us to now build a new base. 

Building a new hangar is estimated to cost AUD$3,300,000 of which MAF Australia has been tasked to raise AUD$850,000.

This new base will set us up for decades to come; drastically improving our ability to service aircraft efficiently, train new engineers and lower our operating costs.

Ultimately, this new development will enable MAF programs across the world to continue reaching isolated communities with God's love. 

Would you prayerfully consider partnering with us to meet this urgent need?

REPRESENTATION ONLY

A new hangar is urgently needed in Mareeba. Your help is needed to fund it.

How did we end up here?

In 2003, the maintenance base moved from Ballarat to Mareeba to create much-needed efficiency. 

A temporary hangar was privately leased at Mareeba Aerodrome to help the team get started. 
It wasn’t an ideal space - but it would do until something more permanent was found. 

18 years later the team are still in that same hangar! 

We have long since outgrown it and it is impeding our ability to operate. As MAF Engineer Phil Snell puts it: “It is physically stopping us from doing the work that we need to do... it’s like a game of Tetris sometimes.” 


How did we end up here?

In 2003, the maintenance base moved from Ballarat to Mareeba to create much-needed efficiency. 

A temporary hangar was privately leased at Mareeba Aerodrome to help the team get started. It wasn’t an ideal space - but it would do until something more permanent was found. 

18 years later the team are still in that same hangar! 

We have long since outgrown it and it is impeding our ability to efficiently operate. As MAF Engineer Phil Snell puts it: “It is physically stopping us from doing the work that we need to do... it’s like a game of Tetris sometimes.” 


The current hangar

How did we 
get here?

In 2003, the maintenance base moved from Ballarat to Mareeba to create much-needed efficiency. 

A temporary hangar was privately leased at Mareeba Aerodrome to help the team get started. It wasn’t an ideal space - but it would do until something more permanent was found. 

18 years later the team are still in that same hangar! 

We have long since outgrown it and it is impeding our ability to efficiently operate. As MAF Engineer Phil Snell puts it: “It is physically stopping us from doing the work that we need to do... it’s like a game of Tetris sometimes.”