Consider making a tax-deductible donation to help support our mission

LifeFlight Eagle is a 501(c3) charitable non-profit organization. We rely on the generous support of our communities and people like you to ensure we are able to continue to provide elite clinical care and safe, rapid transport to critically ill and injured patients in need.

Our mission doesn't stop there. We also invest in the communites we serve to help enhance their quality and access to emergency medicine. Each year we provide more than 1,000 hours of continuing education to paramedics, EMTs, nurses and firefighters, and we participate in numerous simulations and drills with EMS agencies, fire departments and community hospitals. We also participate in dozens of community education events. 

Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help support our mission. You can make a donation online, or by calling 888-588-4575. If you are interested in making an in-kind donation, property donation, estate, grant or other type of donation, please contact Matt Daugherty, Director of Business Development, at 816-283-9734.

Fill out the form below, or mail donation to:

LifeFlight Eagle Donations
PO Box 872954
Kansas City, MO 64187

 

As a 501(c3) non-profit organization, LifeFlight Eagle’s commitment to the community extends beyond flying critically ill and injured patients.

As a state-designated training center in Missouri, LifeFlight Eagle provides free clinical training and education for personnel from fire departments, EMS agencies and community hospitals.

Facing budget shortfalls, many agencies have had to trim or eliminate their training budgets, negatively impacting their staff’s ability to remain licensed and certified, said Matt Daugherty, LifeFlight Eagle’s director of business development.

He said LifeFlight Eagle was in a unique position to help fill the gap.

“Because of the wide geography we serve, we interact with more than 200 emergency services organizations,” Daugherty said. “We already provide an average of 1,000 hours of safety and clinical training each year, but demand has skyrocketed over the past few years. We recognize the need, and we want to do more.”