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Bursary Funding

The funds for the BMAA Young Persons Flight Bursary come from many sources.
The BMAA contributes directly from central funds to help invest in the future of our sport.
In 2015 we were pleased to partner with the Geoffrey de Havilland Flying Foundation (GDHFF). The bursary received a very generous donation from them which was given to two particularly deserving applicants. You can learn more about the GDHFF from their web site. Click on their logo to go to their site.



We also receive funding from members of the BMAA who feel they can spare a little to help youngsters get off the ground. You too can contribute by making a donation through the BMAA web shop. Just follow the link by clicking the pig to donate through the BMAA web shop.


Every penny donated goes to help young people to fly.

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