Winter Newsletter 2020

In this newsletter you will see a report on the COVID work in Madagascar and an interview with Tantely, one of our Madagascar team. We also reveal our latest HoverHero, and bring you a fun HoverCrossword.


Winter Newsletter 2019

HUGE thanks to God and to all of you who gave of your time, prayers and money to support us in 2018 to help us hit our targets. You will see that we have mentioned some, but not all of you, in the pages that follow. We are SO grateful to everyone involved in the HoverAid family and apologise that we cannot mention you all by name!


Winter Newsletter 2018

HoverAid news brings together the stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. We hope you feel inspired to reach the unreachable where you are – at home, at work or at school. And thank you for enabling us to reach the unreachable in Madagascar.


Winter 16 Newsletter

We are a community separated by continents, cultures and languages but by sharing in each other’s experiences and gifts we can begin to interact as neighbours. We believe this interaction will transform us.


Madagascar is a wild and untamed country, bursting with life lived at the limit, and frequently beset by tragedy and struggle. We’d like to share some of the realities of our mission in Madagascar where we are using hovercraft to establish connection with isolated individuals and communities that, in turn, fosters healthy growth. It isn’t easy and there are no quick fixes.

We’ve been working in Madagascar for ten years and yet we really have only just begun our journey there. As we recognise God’s image in each other and in community we continue to seek to follow Jesus and afford everyone the freedom, dignity and opportunity to grow from poverty to plenty. Please help and, if you can, pray for Madagascar – both wonderfully and terribly wild.


Walk for HoverAid

Annie walked 100km in two days to raise an enormous £600 for us! She said that she walked in the same shoes and clothing on both days, “ to remind myself that the Malagasy people have so little” In the letter she sent us, she said that she thought we did amazing work, but we…


Volunteers in Madagascar

This summer 15 fabulous volunteers went to Madagascar to take part in the different projects. They got involved with Medical projects, reconstructing a market place, well construction, water filter building and placement, kids ministry and much more besides. Many thanks to those who were on the team, those who supported them and all others who…