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Project Goal:
$1,510,000
Amount Raised: $1,145,250
Still Needed: $364,750
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On Mindanao and Palawan Islands – and many little islands in between – live hundreds of thousands of people, hidden in jungles and mountains. They still have not heard the freeing message of the Savior Jesus Christ.

 

Getting to these people is tough. Airstrips are out of the question. Trails are non-existent. Missionaries – themselves often Filipino or tribal people – may hike an entire day to get to one of these villages, cutting their way through the jungle and using roots and vines for hand-holds.

 

Yet with a helicopter, these villages are a mere 5- to 10-minute flight from the lowlands!

 

Help is on the way! God moved generous donors to provide a highly capable R66 helicopter for Mindanao and surrounding islands. This aircraft can fly dedicated missionaries to even the most rugged mountain villages and outlying islands. Isolated people, held captive by fear and ignorance, can have an opportunity to know Jesus.

 

Combined with Ethnos360 Aviation’s affordable flight service, the R66 will sustain trained and skilled translators and teachers in these villages until thriving churches can stand on their own and reach out to others.

How You'll Be Helping

With your help, the R66 can quickly arrive in Mindanao and begin serving the southern islands region of the Philippines.  But a lot remains to be done: final outfitting, shipping, customs fees, approval by Philippine aviation authorities, advanced training and more.

ECFA Accredited

Ethnos360 is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt charity. Contributions are made with the understanding that Ethnos360 has complete control and administration over the use of the donated funds. All contributions designated for specific projects will be applied to those projects. An administration fee of up to 5 percent may be assessed. In the event that we receive more contributions than can be wisely applied to that project, those funds will be used to meet a similar pressing need.