Mission Mentor

LifeLine Pilots Mission Mentors

What is a mission mentor?

Mission Mentors are pilots who have experience as a volunteer pilot. They are passionate about public benefit flying and want to help pilots maximize their ability to help other people through aviation. The Mission Mentor will act as a LifeLine Pilots advisor to new and existing volunteer pilots. They are there to offer support, encourage safety, and help raise awareness about Lifeline Pilots.

Who can be a mission mentor?

Any volunteer pilot with more than 5 flown missions is welcome to be a mission mentor. Mission mentors are knowledgeable, safety-conscious, and excited to get involved and help support our LifeLine Pilots community.

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How do you get more involved with LifeLine Pilots?

Pilots that want to get more involved are encouraged to submit their information in the contact form, or reach out to our Mission Coordinators.

More ways to support:

Take brochures to airports – link to the request brochure page

  • Represent LifeLine Pilots at a local fly-in
  • Share at an EAA meeting about being a volunteer pilot
  • Contribute a guest column to our newsletter
  • Share information about LifeLine Pilots on your social media
  • Take along a mission assistant on a flight
  • Host a fundraiser for LifeLine Pilots
  • Ask your employer to do a matching donation
LifeLine Pilots Mission Mentors

"We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give." ~Winston Churchill