Humanitarian Aid Program: Supporting Humanitarian Causes Worldwide

Deadline: 1 September 2018

The International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading Foundation (ISTAT Foundation) is seeking applications for Humanitarian Aid Program to support humanitarian causes that are designed to help save lives, promote human welfare and alleviate suffering.

The 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 non-governmental, 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.

ISTAT Foundation generally awards humanitarian grants of up to $10,000 USD.

The 2018 Humanitarian Aid Committee is comprised of Julian Balaam – Chair, Rod Sheridan, Vice Chairman, Todd Freeman, Sylvain Gloux, Michael Halaby, Mary Ellen Jones and James McCarthy.

All humanitarian grant applicants will be notified of the status of their application in October of 2018. Urgent applications will have an expedited review and approval process.

How to Apply

  • Interested organizations are asked to prepare a one-page proposal stating:
    • the organization’s mission and activities;
    • purpose of requested grant (including USD amount);
    • plans to recognize the support of the ISTAT Foundation.
  • Completed applications shall be submitted as an email attachment at the address given on the website with the subject line: ISTAT Foundation Humanitarian Grant Application, {Organization Name}. It is encouraged to provide electronic attachments of the organization’s brochures, news clippings or articles.

For more information, please visit Humanitarian Aid Program.

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