Funding Assistance

These MIA recovery expeditions are mostly self-funded by Clayton Kuhles.  A typical 2-month expedition costs approx. $15,000 and might reach 2 or more aircraft crash sites.  Occasionally, as many as 4 aircraft crash sites are reached and documented during a single expedition.

Please consider making a donation to help support this ongoing humanitarian project or perhaps sponsor an MIA expedition for $15,000.  Donations can be sent via our secure credit card processing site or via PayPal.

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Donate via PayPal

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Donate via Check

If you prefer to send a donation via personal or business check, please mail to:

MIA Recoveries, Inc
P.O. Box 12871
Prescott, AZ 86304-2871
USA

MIA Recoveries, Inc is a tax-exempt public charity under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  Your donation to MIA Recoveries, Inc is tax-deductible under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code.  Donation receipts are sent upon request.

Thank you for your interest in the MIA recovery project!

Sincerely,
Clayton Kuhles
Founder and president of MIA Recoveries, Inc

Liability Disclaimer:
MIA Recoveries, Inc will not accept any funding donations that have conditions or stipulations attached.  We reserve the sole and absolute right to determine the itinerary, operations plan and selection of team members for our expeditions.  MIA Recoveries, Inc makes no guarantees or assurances whatsoever about the outcome of any of our MIA search and recovery expeditions and we will not accept any liability for same.  Funding donors accept that we do the absolute very best we can with the limited resources we have available to work with, and they commit to absolve and release MIA Recoveries, Inc from any liabilities or outcomes associated with our expeditions.