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High School Curriculum 

YOU CAN FLY CHALLENGE

 

To Double your Donation
Help get and keep more pilots flying
to build a stonger pilot community!

 

The late James C. Ray believed that life skills are learned through aviation, which prompted his visionary support of AOPA’s You Can Fly program to help get (and keep) more pilots flying. His legacy lives on through the Ray Foundation’s 2020 You Can Fly Challenge that encourages other aviators to offer their support.

Make or pledge a gift to the AOPA Foundation through the You Can Fly Challenge and the Ray Foundation will match what you give, dollar-for-dollar (up to $2.5 million), until August 31, 2020.*

Your generosity will inspire the next generation of aviators through You Can Fly’s high school curriculum. You will help start new flying clubs and support existing clubs to make flying more accessible, affordable, and enjoyable. The Rusty Pilot seminars that you will support make it easier for lapsed pilots to complete their flight review.

We thank those who have already doubled their impact with the 2020 You Can Fly Challenge!

*Pledges must be made on or before August 31, 2020. Kindly note your pledge must be fulfilled on or before November 13, 2020 for your donation’s impact to be doubled by the Ray Foundation.

A key to the You Can Fly program’s effectiveness is that it supports pilots wherever they may be in their journey, whether they’re being introduced to general aviation, in flight training, actively flying, or they need help getting back into flying.
Mark Baker
AOPA Foundation President & CEO
Mark Baker
AOPA Foundation President & CEO