Donating Airline Miles: Give a Flight, Change Lives
Maybe you decided to vacation closer to home this year, or your business travel and credit card purchases generated more miles than you need. Whatever the reason, don't let your airline reward miles collect dust. Put them to work for God's kingdom by donating them to Gospel for Asia.
Billions of unused airline miles accumulate in frequent flyer accounts, and many of these miles expire before their holders have a good opportunity to use them. When you donate airline miles, you can give a gift to God's Kingdom that is worth hundreds or even thousands of dollars!
For instance, Gospel for Asia may use your donated airline miles to send speakers to churches to share the need for national missionary or Bridge of Hope sponsors. The money we would have spent on the flight can then be used to cover other costs in the office and on the mission field, letting us do even more with the resources God has given us. And with an average of 45 national missionaries or Bridge of Hope children sponsored at every church meeting, your gift can make an eternal difference in the unreached places of Asia.
The miles may also be used to cover the cost of staff travel to and from the mission fields of Asia, as well as for ministry business throughout the United States.
Donating your miles is a quick and simple process:
- Call or email Gospel for Asia to authorize GFA to use air miles from your account, either a specific number of miles or the entire account.
- GFA will book the flight using your miles and will pay any fees associated with that booking or transfer of miles.
- GFA will give you the flight details of a staff member’s trip.
To get started, review the information about your airline on the chart below:
*Domestic round trip flight, except for Lufthansa, which is a European round trip flight.
Don’t let those miles expire!
To start the donation process, please fill out the contact form or call 800-946-2742 to ask questions or to donate airline miles to Gospel for Asia.
NOTE: Because airline miles and points are awards from companies and are not taxed as income, the IRS does not allow the donation of airline miles or points to be used as a charitable deduction.