What if you could help the Commemorative Air Force’s Red Tail Project reach at-risk youth just by donating $10 to the non-profit organization? Today is Give to the Max Day, so you can!
The Red Tail Squadron was established in the mid-1990s to educate Americans about the history and legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen. Centerpiece of the efforts was the restoration of a rare P-51C Mustang painted in the colors of the Tuskegee Airmen. New this year is the RISE ABOVE Traveling Exhibit, a 30-seat movie theater with a 160° screen, which is housed in a 53-foot semi rig. It features a professionally produced video about the Tuskegee Airmen.
The plane “Tuskegee Airmen” and the RISE ABOVE Traveling Exhibit will travel 42 weeks of the year to air shows, events, and schools all over the nation. They will be invaluable teaching tools about the history of the Tuskegee Airmen, whose stories will serve to inspire today’s young Americans to aim high and achieve their goals when facing any kind of adversity, officials said.
Last year, more than 42,000 donors logged on to GiveMN.org and gave over $10 million to Minnesota charities in 24 hours during Give to the Max Day. Add to that total today by clicking here and donating to the CAF Red Tail Squadron.
For more information: RedTail.org