1:1 Matching for two life-saving helicopters.
This campaign has matched donations meaning every dollar that you give is multiplied. Please give generously to help us purchase two new life-saving helicopters to offer urgent medical services in the Philippines.
AngelOne, Outpost Centers International (OCI) and Philippines Adventist Mission Aviation Services (PAMAS) are pleased to partner in fundraising to purchase, equip and deploy two helicopters for medical aviation service in the Philippines. Helicopters are a lifesaving solution and provide emergency medical transportation to patients. Once in service in the Philippines, these helicopters will transport medical supplies and physicians, dentists, and others to reach and improve the quality of life for the people of the highlands. They will also be used to deliver building materials for schools, churches and be positioned for rapid disaster response. Helps us reach our $1,500,000 goal, with donations being matched on a 1:1 basis up to $750,000.
Big Lake Hangar Campaign
Thank you for your prayers for a permanent base of operations. We have found an ideal hangar at Big Lake Airport, Alaska but we need your help to make ownership a reality! The immediate need is $50,000 for the down payment of the hangar purchase. Our goal of $500,000 would allow us to fully purchase the hangar, complete regular maintenance, and upgrades to the building, clean up and set up tiedown spots. The monthly expenses of $10,000 for salaries, fuel, and daily operational expenses. A new hangar will provide the opportunity to serve more communities, space for planes and equipment, improved safety for our staff and volunteers, and efficiency in daily operations.
Wings Over Alaska
Backhoe & Tractor Campaign
Farm equipment plays an integral part of missions at the PAMAS base. A backhoe would provide much needed services such as digging foundations, new irrigation for the farm, runway maintenance, doubling as a crane for setting trusses, and community maintenance of roads and waterways (cleaning out large irrigation ditches). There are also plans to transform the surrounding grasslands into an active, productive farm. The food that is grown now in the gardens goes straight to the missionaries and Indigenous students, but the hope is to produce enough food to supply the soon-to-open lifestyle center and become more self-sustainable. Our goal is $75,000, and we appreciate any gift you are willing and able to give!
Matt 28 18-20
Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” - Amen