Wings of Hope has a new partner in South Africa. Mercy Air, founded in 1991, uses four aircraft — a Cessna 310, a Quest Kodiak 100, and two Eurocopter AS350 helicopters — to provide humanitarian services to Mozambique and other South African countries. Relying on a large volunteer network of doctors, dentists, teachers and other specialists, Mercy Air uses its small fleet of aircraft to fly into remote villages to provide mobile medical, dental and eye-care clinics; education, including literacy programs; food; supplies; agricultural support; medical and emergency evacuation flights; and help with disaster-relief efforts. Wings of Hope’s initial support is providing parts and supplies to keep the organization’s fixed-wing aircraft flying. Learn more about our new partner at https://www.mercyair.co.za.