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One of the most unique ways you can support Hope Air is through the Adopt A Flight program.

Hope Air provides free flights to people who are in financial need and must travel to specialized healthcare that does not exist in their home communities. YOU can help by adopting a flight for $125. By joining the Hope Air Adopt A Flight program, your donation becomes the fuel for a Hope Air mission.

While many of our flights are donated by our Airline Partners, and Hope Air Volunteer Pilots provide flights as well, Hope Air must pay fees and taxes on many of the flights that are donated. Those fees include airport improvement fees, security charges and fuel surcharges.

Your donation is needed to keep Hope Air in flight!
Your donation of $125 covers fees and taxes on a flight – and makes you a member of our Adopt A Flight program. Monthly giving options are also available for as low as $10.50 per month. Other giving options are available to suit any budget.

In exchange for this gift of $125, you will receive an Adopt A Flight certificate showing the exact flight you funded and personally signed by Canada’s first astronaut and Hope Air’s Honorary Patron, Dr. Marc Garneau. A tax receipt will also be provided.
You can even specify the name you would like the Adopt A Flight certificate made out to, making the Adopt A Flight program a great gift or a perfect fundraising activity for a family, school class or team.
How to Adopt A Flight:
You can donate at Canada Helps safely and securely, by cheque via mail (address below), or by calling with your credit card number at 1-877-346-4673.
For your convenience, we have two mailing addresses:
Hope Air
Suite 207, 124 Merton Street
Toronto, ON M4S 2Z2
Hope Air
Suite 102, 211 Columbia Street
Vancouver, BC V6A 2R5
To donate by cheque, please also print out the Adopt A Flight form.
With your gift, you have the satisfaction in knowing that you have gotten someone to the healthcare they need.

Gifts of any size are always welcome!
Sisters Karissa and Kaelyn thankful for flights of hope
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