Vol. 2 No. 1
Spring is in the air, and with spring comes a number of activities for the Foundation. We hope you will be able to participate with us in these exciting events.
Lindbergh Foundation Goes to Sun 'n Fun
The Lindbergh Foundation will be a part of the Earth Day celebration going on at Sun 'n Fun on April 21. On opening day at 8 p.m. at the Pavilion, the Foundation will show the premier of a new film produced by Foundation director Miles O'Brien entitled, Over Africa! Flying Low and Slow with the Kenya Wildlife Service. Following the premier, Miles O'Brien will moderate a panel discussion and Q & A with Patty Wagstaff, John and Martha King, Mark Ross, wildlife biologist from Kenya, Rich Sugden, and Knox Bridges.
We hope to see you on April 21 at 8 p.m. It'll be a great show!
You are invited to the 2009 Lindbergh Award Celebration
On-line registration is available for the Lindbergh Foundation’s 2009 Lindbergh Award Celebration.
EAA AirVenture Museum
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Join us for a fabulous dinner and celebration as we honor Mr. Lester Brown, founder and president of the Earth Policy Institute and Terry and Mary Kohler, of Windway Capital Corp., for their commitment to the care and protection of our environment.
EAA is offering an exclusive opportunity for Lindbergh Gala attendees to enjoy airplane rides on May 16 & 17 at the EAA Pioneer Museum. Plan to make this a weekend event!
Register Today or send us an e-mail if you would like to receive a formal printed invitation. But hurry, reservations are requested by May 1.
Lindbergh Foundation Joins the Social Media Bandwagon
The Lindbergh Foundation is pleased to announce that we now have a presence on Facebook. You can help us increase our awareness by checking us out and becoming a fan! Be sure to let others know, too. You can also get the latest updates from the Lindbergh Foundation by following us on Twitter. Click the links at the right to sign up.
Lindbergh Grant Recipient Gives Back
Hi! I'm Kristina Owens. The Lindbergh Foundation supported me with a Lindbergh Grant in 2002. Their support made a huge difference in my life as well as the Bolivian people where I conducted my research. Now I'm giving back by making a monthly contribution. It was easy to set up right from the Donation page. Your gifts to the Lindbergh Foundation will support people like me who are working to make important contributions to our global environment. Won't you join me?
The re-curring contribution option allows monthly, quarterly, biannual or annual payments. Breaking up your contribution into smaller amounts can make giving easier on your budget than planning a lump sum.
New Associates receive an embossed certificate featuring the Spirit of St. Louis and the Lindbergh Foundation newsletter.
Click Here to Become an Associate.
The Lindbergh Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions to the Foundation support its grants, educational and award programs and are tax-deductible.