Wolf Aviation Grant Deadline, December 15
The Wolf Aviation Fund grants seeks to improve public perception and technology as it relates to general aviation and has in past years supported Build-A-Plane, Fly4Life, a project to help provide wind shear information at smaller GA airports and more. This year's deadline for proposals is Dec. 15. The Fund prides itself on its simple application process and does not require extensive documentation. It has issued grants based on simple e-mailed proposals. However, "the worst mistake anyone can make is to not follow the instructions by a granting entity." Often times Wolf grants are used by their recipients as leverage to approach other sponsors to seek additional funding. The Foundation is also always working to increase its available funds while also encouraging any interested parties to visit the Wolf Aviation Fund Web site and make direct contributions to projects the Fund previously supported. To earn the Fund's attention this year, click through to get a better idea of what the Fund supports.
The Fund is currently seeking to award grants to specific projects that promote and support the advancement of personal air transportation by seeking out and funding "the most promising individuals and worthy projects which advance the field of general aviation." Those advances include increasing the public's knowledge of aviation through publications, seminars and other information media as well as informing the aviation and scientific community of the existence of the Fund and soliciting feedback. For more details, click here.