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ISTAT Foundation Humanitarian Aid Program

The ISTAT Foundation Humanitarian Aid Program showcases how the aviation community can join together to aid those in need. The program is administered by the Humanitarian Committee of the ISTAT Foundation Board of Trustees. The Foundation supports humanitarian causes that are designed to help save lives, promote human welfare and alleviate suffering. Our focus is on restoring the basic necessities and improving the well-being of those in need as a result of global disasters and/or afflictions.

In addition, the ISTAT Foundation collaborates with and supports nongovernmental, not-for-profit organizations that provide air transportation for patients that have critical needs for medical treatment and cargo that is necessary to support humanitarian causes.

How to Apply 

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The committee is no longer accepting applications for 2017. More information on 2018 humanitarian grants will be available on our website in the first quarter of 2018. 

For more information on the ISTAT Foundation Humanitarian Aid Program, please contact ISTAT Foundation Headquarters.

Phone: +1.312.673.5379
Email: istatgrants@istat.org

 

Congratulations to the 2017 ISTAT Foundation Humanitarian Grant Recipients

The ISTAT Foundation awarded $90,000 in humanitarian grants to nine charities worldwide:

The ISTAT Foundation awarded an additional $75,000 humanitarian grant to Airlink.

The 2017 ISTAT Foundation Humanitarian Committee

The 2017 ISTAT Foundation Humanitarian Committee is comprised of Julian Balaam (Chair), Rod Sheridan (Vice Chair), Todd Freeman, Sylvain Gloux, Michael Halaby, Mary Ellen Jones and James McCarthy. 

ISTAT Foundation Humanitarian Aid Program History

2016 ISTAT Foundation Humanitarian Grant Recipients

2015 ISTAT Foundation Humanitarian Grant Recipients

2014 ISTAT Foundation Humanitarian Grant Recipients

2013 ISTAT Foundation Humanitarian Grant Recipients