The Corporate Angel Network program recognizes corporate flight departments that fly cancer patients to needed medical treatment. A $21,000 check was presented to Corporate Angel Network (CAN) during the 2013 NBAA Annual Convention, in a ceremony hosted by program cosponsor Phillips 66.
The donation represents proceeds generated from the Corporate Angel Award program that recognizes companies and their flight departments for donating seats on business aircraft to transport cancer patients needing specialized treatment.
Typically about 3,000 free flights are arranged each year by CAN working with business aviation flight departments.
All told, more than 40,000 cancer patients have flown on flights arranged by CAN since 1981.
This year’s Corporate Angel Award recipients include the flight departments for
and General Mills
The funds for CAN were raised through an annual benefit titled, NBAA/CAN Soiree – An Evening With Angels, which included live and silent auctions and a concert performance by Frankie Valli & the...
Corporate Angel Network (CAN), the national non-profit organization that provides free air transportation for cancer patients by using empty seats on corporate and fractional aircraft, announced today...
The NBAA/CAN Soiree featured live and silent auctions and a concert performance by The Fab Four, a Beatles tribute band.
Hawker Beechcraft Continues Support of Corporate Angel Network, Donates Flight in T-6 Military Trainer for Auction
HBC has donated flights the past four years, which has raised thousands of dollars for the worthwhile cause.