G-AID was established to offer airfields, pilots and their surrounding communities the opportunity to celebrate all things aviation and offer support in vocational training and education to developing communities overseas.
In 2011 the organisation began working with schools in the UK to gather discarded materials and distribute them to start-up community colleges in East India and West Africa where these resources were still of use.
Since then G-AID has established partnerships with regional airfields throughout the UK in order to store materials and allow local communities to visit these hubs and learn about our recipient organisations and the chains of distribution that support them.
A foundation in General Aviation allows us to appeal to our member schools to take an interest in the rapidly evolving world of aeronautical engineering and surrounding technological innovation. Our pilot members offer a forum for airsafety troubleshooting and our instructors offer qualified advice to those recently qualified or training for a life in the aerospace industry.