Patient Airlift Services (PALS) unveiled its new name at its annual gala on November 3rd in Rye, NY. The successful event raised nearly $600,000 for PALS’ mission.
“There is no other volunteer pilot organization that can match our transparency, efficiency, and passion to help those in need,” said Board President Joe Howley. “Our superb pilots and staff are second to none.”
Founded in 2010, PALS has grown into an award-winning, nationally recognized leader in the field of charitable aviation and has provided more than 27,000 free flights for thousands of seriously ill children, adults, veterans, and disaster victims.
Executive Director Donna Collins said, “As our great organization continues to grow, build partners, and seek broader recognition, we felt it’s time to give PALS a name that truly captures what we do and who we are. SkyHope captures the beauty of what we do. At our core, we are hope. Change can be hard, and I know that to many of us, this organization will always be PALS. But how exciting it is to see how far we’ve come and embrace a future of growth.”
PALS SkyHope provides free transportation to people who need to travel long distances for lifesaving medical treatments and veterans who need access to support programs. We do this through our amazing volunteer pilots. PALS makes critical flights happen so that our passengers can focus on what matters and keep fighting for their lives.
For more information about PALS SkyHope, please contact us at (631) 694-7257 or firstname.lastname@example.org, www.Skyhope.org.