Above & Beyond Greenwich
Friday, November 4, 2016 ~ 7 pm - 11pm
Tamarack Country Club, Greenwich CT
This November 4th prepare yourself for an awe-inspiring evening where we celebrate a group of sincerely dedicated individuals...Patient AirLift Services volunteer pilots and friends who believe in the task of Changing Lives...One Flight at a Time! PALS Above & Beyond Greenwich is an event that includes a cocktail reception, dinner, live auction and entertainment that is geared toward assisting PALS fund their mission of connecting pilots to patients!
We would like to invite you to support this event by either attending with friends and colleagues, event sponsorship, or donating an item or package for the Above & Beyond Live and/or Silent Auction. Based on your level of support, your generous sponsorship could be highlighted in announcements to our community of supporters, signage and/or recognition during the event, and posts on our website, Facebook and Twitter pages.
PALS is a 501(c)3 non-profit that was founded in April of 2010. PALS arranges free air transportation for individuals requiring medical treatment, diagnosis or follow-up; for military personnel and their families; and for other compassionate or humanitarian circumstances. We’ve arranged over 10,500 of these vital flights to date and as we continue to grow, please know that partnership with our sponsors is crucial to the success of our organization and is truly appreciated.
To purchase tickets for the event, click here.
For more information about benefits of sponsorship, click here.
If you would like to donate an auction item or have questions about ways in which you can support Patient AirLift Services, please contact our office at 631-694-7257 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
FOR PILOTS INTERESTED IN HELPING:
Private pilots interested in volunteering with PALS can complete an online application: https://afids.palservices.org/join
Our basic Command Pilot requirements are 350 hours total time for single engine pilots, 500 hours total time and 400 PIC hours for multi/turbine/rotorcraft pilots, and 50 hours in make/model to be used for PALS missions. We also require that our pilots are instrument rated and current. For more information about getting involved, contact Jen Hotsko, Pilot Coordinator, at 516-640-7200 or Jen.Hotsko@palservices.org
Additionally, we work with corporate aircraft and charter companies, as well. Contact Jen Hotsko to discuss ways in which we might be able to partner up to make good use of some empty legs!