Performing Service Through Aviation
Bahamas Habitat is an international service organization that partners with volunteer pilots, aircraft owners and aviation industry professionals to fly their own aircraft and provide dignified humanitarian outreach to the people of The Bahamas, Haiti and Mexico. Leveraging the work of Bahamas Methodist Habitat, we serve by delivering disaster relief and basic medical, economic, housing and other services. Since 2006, more than 700 volunteers a year, both pilots and passengers, Americans and Bahamians, have worked on meaningful relief and community-building projects in The Bahamas including Zion Children’s home, a 16-bed residential facility for island children who have been abused and neglected; Camp Symonette, a Methodist camp facility on Eleuthera, The Bahamas; Fly In to Serve Others, March and October air flights to bring much-needed supplies; disaster relief; and Bahamas Mission Transport, our aid plane based in the islands. Bahamas Habitat is a 501(c)(3) organization; contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Many thanks to all the Fly-In volunteers through the years who take to the air and put boots-on-the-ground to serve in The Bahamas as well as to those who donate Wish List supplies and money,” said Bahamas Habitat President Steve Merritt. “We look forward to another great time of community and service at our Fall 2015 Fly In to Serve Others event, October 22 to 25.” For more details, click here.