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ICAS Offers Opportunity To Aid and Support The Pilots Lost in CAF Accident

The Crews Of The CAF P-63 and B-17 Are Eligible To Receive Support From the ICAS Foundation

The recent tragedy that occurred at the Wings Over Dallas Airshow is receiving the generous attention and aid of the International Council of Air Shows...

On behalf of its board, staff, and members, the International Council of Air Shows has offered its heartfelt condolences to the families of those individuals involved in the recent accident in Dallas and to our colleagues in the Commemorative Air Force (CAF).

In response, the International Council of Air Shows Foundation, in association with the CAF, is accepting donations for the families of those involved in the accident. To donate, go to https://airshowfoundation.org/support/, select “Donation in honor or memory of an individual” and type “CAF” as the “Name of Memorialized”. 100% of the money collected through this effort will be provided to the families as emergency funding, with all received funds being split equally amongst those families impacted.

Note for international donors. The ICAS Foundation is not able to process international donations. They are aware of an issue with their website and are working to resolve it. Until then, you can call ICAS directly at (703) 779-8510. When you indicate that you want to make a donation for the families of the accident in Dallas on Saturday, you will be transferred to an individual who will assist you in making the donation.

The ICAS Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and follows all IRS guidelines. Although most donations made to the ICAS Foundation are tax deductible, please consult with your individual tax adviser to confirm the deductibility of your contribution. EIN: 38-2885409

FMI: https://airshowfoundation.org/support/

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