Established in 1996, the Foundation has assisted members of Colorado Wing,
Civil Air Patrol by providing financial aid.
The Colorado Civil Air Patrol Foundation is a tax-exempt Section 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation with its office in Centennial, Colorado.
The Foundation is headed by a volunteer, unpaid, board of directors made up of civic and corporate leaders from across the state. The board is charged with providing philanthropic support to assist in meeting the educational and training goals of the members of the Colorado Wing of Civil Air Patrol.
The Foundation was formed to support Colorado’s cadets (youth members) and adult officers in many important Colorado and national Civil Air Patrol activities.
Today, this also extends to Colorado’s share of Disaster Relief and Homeland Security across the nation. CAP introduces young men and women to the excitement of flying, space, and cyber defense. It includes them in the responsibilities, decision-making, and leadership required in every aspect of CAP’s activities.
Importantly, it serves them well as future leaders at the local, state, and national level.
To provide financial support to members of the Colorado Wing of the Civil Air Patrol to enhance its youth and adult programs in emergency services, community involvement, public awareness, leadership, scholarship, and aviation and space education.
Cadet Second Lieutenant Lia Kubitschek used her grant to participate in the 2019 Texas Glider Academy.
Mesa Verde, Jeffco, Thompson Valley,
Mile High and Boulder Squadrons have all put their grants to good use.