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    In almost 70 years of service, MAF has gained a worldwide reputation as a First Responder—serving in the name of Christ and as an answer to prayer. And with your gift today, you’ll keep airplanes in the air, reaching deep into remote areas to transport emergency medical teams, deliver vital medicines and supplies, and evacuate those who are sick and injured!

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    Since 1945, Mission Aviation Fellowship has used the tools and talents God has given us to reach isolated people. MAF continues to share Christ's love from dense jungles to rugged mountains to war-torn countries.

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