Sun, Sep 06, 2009
CAN Has Flown More Than 32,000 Cancer Patients Since 1981
Safe Flight Instrument Corporation has contributed $50,000 to
support the work of Corporate Angel Network, the public charity
that coordinates free flights to treatment for cancer patients
using the empty seats of business aircraft.
"Safe Flight is proud to be one of the many companies in
business aviation who donate space for cancer patients on their
aircraft and help to financially support Corporate Angel Network's
work," said Randall Greene, Safe Flight's President and CEO.
Greene is also Chairman of Corporate Angel Network.
The organization has received dozens of individual honors for
its humanitarian work including the Volunteer Action Award from the
President of the United States. The charity has arranged
flights for more than 32,000 cancer patients.
Safe Flight, products are installed on nearly two-thirds of the
world's aircraft, has been a strong supporter of Corporate Angel
Network since it's founding in 1981. On December 22, 1981,
the late Leonard Greene, co-founder of CAN and founder of Safe
Flight, personally flew the first Corporate Angel Network flight,
bringing a sixteen year old boy home to Detroit for Christmas after
having received treatment in New York City.
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