Citizenship

Contributing to the Well-being of the
Communities Around the World
Under the banner of its corporate values, Novus Aviation Capital is committed to contributing to the wellbeing of the vulnerable and needy in various communities around the world. The Novus Aviation Foundation was established, in part, as a means to make charitable contributions. The Novus Aviation Foundation is proud to have supported the following charitable entities:
La Chaîne du Bonheur in Switzerland, for the distribution of basic necessities, medical care or psycho-social assistance for children in war zones.
Dubois Ferrière Dino Lipatti in Switzerland: to help children suffering from Leukemia
LinkAble in the UK: to assist children with learning disabilities
In the past, Novus has provided financial assistance to enable a London air cadet unit to acquire equipment for music, first-aid and PPL flight training. The sponsored air cadet unit, like more than 1,000 others across the UK, provides aviation and adventure training to young people aged 12 to 20. The unit’s aim is to help cadets discover the best in themselves through adventures and training opportunities they might otherwise not have thought possible. From flying and gliding to sports, adventure, first-aid, music, aviation qualifications and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards. The air cadet unit supported by Novus has been in the heart of the Lewisham (London Borough) community since 1942 and is open to all young people living within the Borough and beyond.
Airlink
Airlink is a humanitarian relief organization that links airlines with pre-qualified nonprofit organizations, to respond to a number of rapid-onset disasters.
Orbis
Orbis International gives communities across the world access to quality eye care, transforming lives and restoring vision for those who need it most.
ISTAT Foundation
The ISTAT Foundation supports individuals and institutions that promote the advancement of commercial aviation and humanitarianism.
AUBMC
The Middle East Medical Assembly (MEMA) on Conflict Medicine supports the AUBMC War Wounded Fund and the Medical Students’ Scholarship Fund. The two funds help thousands of students pursue their career in medicine, and treat thousands of injured victims of war, living in areas of conflict and battle fields that are devoid of military hospitals and tertiary care centers.