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On #GivingTuesday, make a positive impact by supporting PALS and the critical flights that help make care possible.


Every bit helps. Thank You.

Solomon was ready for his battle with cancer. He just needed some help getting to his treatment center.

At just four years old Solomon had to face cancer. A tumor had grown on the left side on his body and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York was the hospital that would help him beat cancer. A four to five hour drive by car was just too long for him to endure. PALS was able to help make the trip much easier.

How is my donation used?

Patient AirLift Services is a nonprofit that arranges free flights for medical patients requiring medical diagnosis, treatment or follow-up who cannot afford or are unable to fly commercially.

Although the pilots and the use of their plane are on a volunteer basis, mission coordination, patient outreach and other related costs are not. Your donation helps continue our mission and connect patients with the free medical flights they need to obtain critical care. 

PALS also arranges volunteer flights for family members of patients as compassionate missions, to ensure patients have support when they are away from home for long periods. PALS is proud to assist military personnel and their families with free flights to aid in the recovery and rehabilitation processes for our wounded veterans.

Who benefits from your donation?

Quinlee encourages all of us with her strength and courage

Since just 11 months old, Quinlee has been flying with PALS to receive medical treatment and she amazes us each time. She makes providing her with free medical flights rewarding in more ways than one.

Azran wasn’t going to let getting to the doctor keep him from getting better

Being born with a skeletal disorder, Azran required treatment in a facility over 12 hours away by car. That would be uncomfortable enough, but a full body brace would make it unbearable.

Theresa and Oscar were made to be together. Getting them together is where she needed help.

During Army Captain Theresa Reer’s service in Afghanistan she sustained severe injuries requiring help with daily activities.

When Nicolas was hit with an unexpected illness, PALS stepped in with unexpected kindness

Hard work in the restaurant business was normal for Nicolas. When he started slowing down due to an illness, he knew the real hard work was just beginning.

PALS Giving Tuesday Social Media Assets

Help spread your love of PALS with these ready-to-go social graphics. Just click on any image to bring up the gallery.

Then just right-click to save the image to your computer and you’re all set! Just post the graphics in your social accounts and be sure to tag PALS and #GivingTuesday.

Thank you for your support!

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