Is To Inspire Tomorrow's Youth.
Tomorrow's History, Today"
Watch This 14 Minute Video To Learn What's
Directed & Produced
Although Celebrity Helicopters
fuels it's passion for flying by being the
"cool guy" in a helicopter, what's
really driving this aircraft is something
coming from a much higher place. Celebrity
Helicopters has donated and funded many of
the programs of Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum,
a non-profit organization which teaches
young kids how to fly and realize their dreams.
Since 1999, Celebrity Helicopters
has been a major helping hand in developing
Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum. Through Celebrity
Helicopters' effort and outreach they have
helped young kids like Jonathan Strickland,
Kenny Roy, Jimmy Haywood and Breean Farfan
set 7 World Records in Aviation. These kids
and most of the children who come to Tomorrow's
Aeronautical Museum had no place to go after
school where they could become stimulated and
learn to fly. Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum
provides this place for learning and a positive
environment where they can focus and become
inspired by all the positive vibrations happening
around the museum.
Helicopters in addition to many other major
sponsors such as Boeing, Northrop Grumman,
Southwest Airlines, Tuskegee Airmen, Simple Green, Compton Unified
School District, and the Organization of Black
Airline Pilots have made a huge
difference in changing the lives of Tomorrow's
Celebrity Helicopters would
like to thank the many customers and clients
who have helped us fight for this cause of
providing aviation youth programs as the lure
to creating social change in at-risk communities
and especially for helping us give youth rights.
Without your business and your support we would
have not been able to make great strides in
writing new pages to aviation history.
To learn more about Tomorrow's
Aeronautical Museum, please watch the 14-Minute
video called "Tomorrow's History, Today".
One way you can directly help Tomorrow's Aeronautical
Museum is to become an Aviation Angel and be
part of the Youth Rights Movement.
To learn more about the Aviation
Angels please visit: www.tamuseum.org/angels/