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The Lindbergh Foundation Believes that Innovative Science and Technology Hold the Key to Addressing Humanity’s Environmental and Productivity Challenges
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As an independent not-for-profit organization, the Lindbergh Foundation offers its Members and supporters a “safe harbor” for addressing aviation-environmental issues.  The progress, education, and understanding gained through an affiliation with the Aviation Green Alliance will prove valuable to those representing aviation’s environmental interests to both the general public and governmental agencies.

The Aviation Green Alliance  Encourages Solutions, Acknowledges Progress, and Communicates Ideas related to aviation’s environmental issues by:

  • Creating platforms for Members to share strategies, findings, progress, and ideas
  • Providing up-to-date environmental and aviation news and information
  • Funding Grants for the discovery and development of new and promising technologies
  • Fostering educational outreach on behalf of the aviation industry’s progress and successes
  • Developing suggested best practices for achieving measurable conservation and sustainability initiatives, and
  • Recognizing Member successes through Awards, Press, Newsletters, Web/Social Media

Aviation Green Alliance Membership & Benefits

  • Participation in professional, aviation-focused environmental forums Most major global aviation events will ultimately feature a forum for Aviation Green Alliance (AGA) members moderated by the Lindbergh Foundation. These forums will address environmental initiatives from AGA members from throughout the world, to provide a practical way to share valuable information on solutions and breakthroughs.
  • Aviation Green Alliance Member-only newsletter Published monthly, this specialty e-publication will scour the world for new environmental science, technology, social and industry-related items that have the potential for influencing the aviation sector.  AGA will sweep the horizon, identifying game-changing initiatives that may provide significant advantages to AGA members.
  • Aviation Green Alliance “Membership Seal” will be presented to members having met certain standards for commitment to aviation’s environmental awareness. Members can display and use the AGA seal in their own PR/marketing efforts.
  • A special Aviation Green Award will be publicly presented to successful members at an annual event to be held at one of the major industry events such as Sun n Fun, AOPA,  EAA, NBAA, and comparable international venues.
  • Press releases on Member progress and achievement
  • Web support and social media to further promote and recognize members, as well as to facilitate sharing of ideas for dealing with aviation’s environmental awareness.
Exploration and Research
  • Solicitation and support of Lindbergh Grants addressing Aviation-Environmental issues.  Based upon input and interest, the Lindbergh Foundation will issue special calls for Grant proposals in specific areas of interest to AGA Members
  • Grant recipients will share their findings via website as well as at special AGA symposia/forums
  • AGA Members may propose and support Lindbergh-funded research that would benefit major sectors of the industry
  • Facilitation of partnerships and support of further development with researchers on new, high-potential discoveries.
Education
  • Symposia: At cardinal aviation gatherings in US and abroad, AGA provides the means for industry members to share information, discoveries, promising technologies
  • Forums:  AGA members, Grant Recipients, and Awardees are invited to present briefs on certain key areas of promising aviation-environmental work to industry and public audiences
  • Media (print): Regular AGA columns will be placed in key magazine(s) featuring member accomplishments and progress, Grants work underway, and other aviation-environmental news
  • Media (web/social): Areas of the Lindbergh Foundation web site will be dedicated to researchers and Members for exchanging concepts, discussing new technologies, and celebrating breakthroughs;
  • Schools: AGA will encourage Member presentations to schools as a means of engaging student work related to aviation environmental issues

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Membership Levels

Founder Levels

“Orteig” Founding Member: $25,000 (Corporate "Spirit" level/yr, thereafter)

In addition to the regular annual corporate membership, a $25,000 one-time donation made on or before December 31, 2011, with annual fees waived for 2011.  

Charles Lindbergh won the $25,000 Orteig Prize for his successful non-stop flight from New York to Paris.   

In addition to regular annual Corporate or Individual benefits below:

  • Participation in the Lindbergh Foundation’s Advisory “Spirit” Committee comprised of Lindbergh Directors, Industry titans, and others influential in aviation
  • Lindbergh Foundation Board members available to speak at Member events, i.e., employee reward or motivational meetings
  • Limited Edition Founder’s plaque, including art medal by Foundation-supporting sculptor Don Wiegand
  • Aviation Green Founder Decal for Display on Aircraft
  • Special Designation as Founder on Lindbergh Foundation website, with links to Founder website
  • Invitations to present achievements and promising work at AGA forums and symposia
  • Invitations to Lindbergh and AGA special events featuring celebrities and aviation notables
  • Press Releases on Founder-Member Achievement
  • Print and Podium Recognition as Founder at all Lindbergh Foundation Events
  • Founder’s Table recognition at annual Lindbergh Award Celebration
  • AGA E-Newslette

Individual "Orteig" Founding Membership: $2,500 per year ($1,000/yr, thereafter)

  • Participation in the Lindbergh Foundatin's Advisory "Spirit" Committee comprised of Lindbergh Foundation Directors, Industry titans, and others influential in aviation
  • AGA Certificate of Membership
  • Aviation Green Membership decal for aircraft
  • Invitations to Lindbergh and AGA special events featuring celebrities and aviation notables
  • Special Invitations and Free admission to AGA Forums and Symposia
  • AGA E-Newsletter

Corporate Levels

Corporate “Spirit” Members:  $10,580 per year (Gross annual sales greater than US $10 M)

The cost of building the “Spirit of St. Louis”  in 1927 was $10,580.

  • Participation in the "Spirit" Advisory Committee
  • Recognition at the Annual Lindbergh Award Celebration
  • Aviation Green Decal to display on aircraft
  • Logo on Lindbergh Foundation website with links to Member website
  • Aviation Green certificateto display in Member office
  • Lindbergh Foundation Board Members available to speak at Member events, i.e., employee reward or motivational meetings
  • Invitations to present promising work and developments at AGA forums and symposia
  • Invitations to Lindbergh and AGA special events featuring celebrities and aviation notables
  • Special Invitations and Free admission to AGA Forums and Symposia
  • Press Releases on Member Achievement
  • AGA E-Newsletter

Corporate “Jenny” Members:  $5,000 per year (Gross annual sales at or below US $10 M)

Charles Lindbergh's first airplane was a JN4-D "Jenny"
  • Participation in the "Spirit" Advisory Committee
  • Recognition at the Annual Lindbergh Award Celebration
  • Logo on Lindbergh Foundation website with links to Member website
  • Aviation Green membership certificate
  • Invitations to present promising work and developments at AGA forums and symposia
  • Free admission to AGA Forums and Symposia
  • Press Releases on Member Achievement
  • AGA E-Newsletter

Academic & Research Institutions:  $1,000 per year

  • Participation in the Scientific Advisory Committee
  • Lindbergh Foundation Board Members available for presentations
  • Logo on Lindbergh Foundation website with links to Member website
  • Invitations to present promising work and research at AGA forums/symposia
  • Free admission to AGA forums/symposia
  • Press Releases on member's achievement
  • AGA E-Newsletter

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The Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions to the Lindbergh Foundation Aviation Green Alliance are tax-deductible.

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