7/29/10 – Lindbergh Foundation Named as Beneficiary of Lightspeed Aviation Foundation

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Lindbergh Foundation Named as Beneficiary of Lightspeed Aviation Foundation

Lightspeed Aviation Foundation?۪s Grants??Top $100,000 for 2010

Lake Oswego, OR (Jan. 26, 2011) ???Twenty aviation-related charities are the beneficiaries of over $100,000 in grants awarded by the Lightspeed Aviation Foundation for 2010.

In April 2010, the Lightspeed Aviation Foundation submitted twenty award finalists to the aviation community. Pilots then selected their favorites among these charities by voting online or designating a portion of new Lightspeed Aviation headset purchases,

In November, $50,000 was shared at the AOPA Summit Pilot Choice Awards between the five finalists with the highest number of online votes. This week, additional gifting in excess of $50,000 was distributed among all twenty charities based on the amount designated by new Lightspeed Aviation customers at the time they registered their product.

???What?۪s particularly unique about the foundation is that we do not ask or accept financial gifts to fund the foundation,?۝ according to Allan Schrader, Founder and President of Lightspeed Aviation. ???Perhaps best of all, it is the pilots who choose where the money goes.?۝

The 2010 Lightspeed Aviation Foundation recipients included:

Angel Flight Central
Experience Aviation
Angel Flight East
Helicopter Foundation Int?۪l
Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic
Heritage Flight Foundation
Angel Flight ??? Southeast/
Mercy Flight??? Southeast
Lindbergh Foundation
Angel Flight West
Mission Aviation Fellowship
AOPA Foundation
NIFA: National Intercollegiate
Flying Association
Brigade Air
Ninety Nines
Build A Plane
Veterans Airlift
Civil Air Patrol
Wings of Hope
EAA Young Eagles

Based in Lake Oswego, Oregon since 1996, Lightspeed Aviation has emerged as the innovation leader in aviation headsets for the professional or general aviation pilot. From comfort, clarity, technological advances to customer support, Lightspeed Aviation and its signature headset Zulu, have become the premium standard.

About The Lindbergh Foundation

The Lindbergh Foundation is a public 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, based in Anoka, Minnesota, which supports great innovations that foster the environment for a planet in balance. The Lindbergh Foundation also values individual initiative and accomplishments. Its programs are devoted to supporting, honoring, and educating individuals, through three major programs: the annual Lindbergh Award, presented to individuals for significant contributions toward balancing nature and scientific innovation in their work; the Lindbergh Grants program, which provides grants in amounts up to $10,580 (the cost of building the Spirit of St. Louis in 1927) for research or education projects that will make important contributions to the technology/environment balance; and a variety of educational events and publications centered on the balance theme.