ABOVE: ‘”Your generosity and support mean the world to us,” explained Aerobility CEO Mike Miller-Smith
UK flying charity Aerobility has launched a second 30th birthday fundraising campaign entitled ‘£30 for 30 years’.
Founded in 1993, the Blackbushe-based organization aims to ‘change lives by providing the disabled community access to the magic and wonder of flight’. Over the last three decades, Aerobility has ‘introduced over 10,000 individuals with a variety of disabilities’ to the world of aviation, ‘empowering them to achieve their dreams of flight’.
Noting that this work would not be possible without the ‘unwavering support’ of Aerobility’s supporters, CEO Mike Miller-Smith explained: “We invite you to join in celebrating our 30th birthday by making a generous donation of £30. With your support, we can continue to transform lives and inspire a future where the sky is limitless for everyone”.
Other 30th-themed events include Aerobility’s ‘What’s Your 30’ challenge, announced in July, inviting supporters to explore creative 30 -themed fundraising suggestions.
‘Your contribution will also enable us to invest in adaptive technology and facilities, making aviation accessible to all, and help us raise awareness about disability inclusion and aviation,’ notes Aerobility. ‘We truly believe that by working together, we can make a lasting impact and continue to change lives through aviation.’