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The Alfred L. and Constance C. Wolf Aviation Fund was created to help individuals work together in support of general aviation.   

Read on and enjoy finding many ideas and resources to help you in your general aviation endeavors! Our web site contains many documents, lists of resources, instructions for grants, and useful links to other sites.  All this information is intended to help aviators, aviation groups, and others improve the state of the art in general aviation and also to tell their stories so the public can gain a wider understanding of this important activity.    

Our Mission and History 

Mission Statement:   "The Foundation shall promote and support the advancement of personal air transportation by seeking and funding the most promising individuals and worthy projects which advance the field of general aviation; by increasing the public's knowledge of aviationA-SENC.gif (38365 bytes) through publications, seminars, and other information media; by informing the aviation and scientific community of the existence and purpose of the Fund; and by soliciting and receiving feedback concerning Foundation-supported projects."

History:  The Wolf Aviation Fund was established in the wills of Alfred L. and Constance C. Wolf.  Its activities are supervised by a board of trustees, aided by a council of advisors and a team of consultants.  The Mission Statement states overall policies, and its origin can be found in the lives of the Founders as shown in the biographical sketch available by clicking on the "Founders" button above.

This Site Can Help Those doing Great Work in Aviation 

Our activities include providing grants as well as tools to help people learn about aviation, operate airport support groups and public benefit flying organizations, and conduct efforts to  improve aviation safety and technology.  Information, guidance in using tools such as software, and help in finding funding are all available right here.  This site will change periodically, so please stay tuned by sending us your email address for occasional email announcements.

Do You Want to Help Too? Click here for more information:

     

  You will see our Donations Page and learn how you can support some of the worthy people and organizations and their projects needing support!

News Briefs:

1)  The Wolf Aviation Fund 2014 Grant program requirements will be announced September 1, 2014.   Please read our Grants pages before sending a grant proposal for our 2014 program since the requirements may change on that date.
 

2) Last year Captain Barry Schiff  joined the Wolf Aviation Fund as our Honorary Spokesperson!  See the full story in the bulletin here.

The Wolf Aviation Fund aids many programs and projects promoting and supporting General Aviation.  Grants support individuals and groups doing great work shaping the future of aviation. 

See our Grants Section for complete information on grant procedures for each year's program. 

For scholarships and flight training grant information please see our Scholarships Page .  

Selected Products and News From Grant Recipients and the Wolf Aviation Fund:


"Talkeetna Build A Plane,"
one of a number of projects discussed in our November, 2011 news release.


"Assessing Needs... Defining Vision"
- the Brewer Educational Committee Report is now available. Obtain your copy on our Brewer Report Page.

 


"More Dreams, More Awards from the Wolf Aviation Fund"
- read the stories about twenty-one grants awarded previously - see a prior Press Release (with photos) 

 


"Lessons Learned"  
- a guidebook and video for airport supporters, managers, and others, from a 2001 project, is available here

“The Original Grand Canyon Airport – A 1930s Scrapbook of Life at Red Butte Aerodrome”
by Giacinta Bradley Koontz, (2012).  Due to the grant a matching sum in private donations covered the production costs. See www.harrietquimby.org

 


"Rural and Small Town Airport Physical Security Manual and Checklist"
- from a 2000 proposal, this book published by Robert Gardner in 2001 is now available on his website, Crimewise.
 

Enjoy a Short Video below about the Wolf Aviation Fund courtesy of Aero News Network!  Then visit their site and get connected at http://www.aero-news.net/.

Contact Information 

Electronic mail is definitely preferred for all correspondence: 

         mail@wolf-aviation.org
          

However, any mailed items should be sent to our Administration Address:
   
     The Alfred L. & Constance C. Wolf Aviation Fund
        2060 State Highway 595
        Gavilan Community
        Lindrith, New Mexico 87029

Foundation Location - do not send mail here - for reference only:
   
     The Alfred L. & Constance C. Wolf Aviation Fund
        Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania

Telephone:
       
575-774-0029 (Note: We much prefer emails so we can forward the inquiry to the appropriate person)

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