Air Malta dedicates August to Inspire

This month, Air Malta will be helping the Inspire Foundation by collecting funds on board the airline’s flights towards this cause.

Inspire believes that everyone has the right to equality and inclusion. Its mission is to try to help everyone with a disability achieve this by providing individuals and their families with educational, therapeutic and leisure services.

“Today, Inspire helps over 1,000 people with various disabilities, ranging from Down’s Syndrome, autism and cerebral palsy to learning difficulties such as dyslexia and dyscalculia. We do this through many highly subsidised rates or sometimes even for free. But this is only possible thanks to the voluntary donations collected from the public and assistance from nationally important organisations like Air Malta,” said Inspire CEO Antonello Gauci.

Joe Galea, acting CEO of Air Malta, said: “Air Malta is more than just an airline. Apart from our efforts to connect the Maltese Islands to main gateways across Europe and the Mediterranean we offer support to the community through a number of initiatives. We are proud to once again help Inspire to continue with its commendable work within the local community and continue helping hundreds of individuals and their families in time of need.”

Inspire helps over 1,000 people

This campaign also forms part of Air Malta’s corporate social responsibility initiatives whereby the airline supports organisations that work hard in the Maltese community. Air Malta is the only airline flying from Malta that fully supports the local community in all possible ways and every year it carries an increasing number of medical cases, including stretchers for treatment abroad. No other airline operating to Malta provides continued support to voluntary and non-governmental organisations like Air Malta.

This initiative is also being supported by the airline’s catering provider – Sky Gourmet.

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