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The Wings Foundation is grateful for the recycling cooperation & assistance of "LSG Sky Chefs" & "Gate Gourmet", as well as the many American Airlines Flight Attendants who participate daily, in the Recycling Program.
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By now, we are all aware of the devastating impacts of Hurricane Maria upon Puerto Rico, Dominica and the US Virgin Islands, in addition to the tragic earthquake in Mexico City, Mexico. Hurricane Maria is still active and expected to impact the eastern United States coast line next week. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you and your families who have been impacted by these disasters.
We have colleagues who reside and commute from all corners of the world. With more disasters occurring, our need for donations are in greater demand.
We can't do what we do without the generosity of our donors, as well as the can recycling efforts from Flight Attendants on the line.
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We invite everyone to visit our website and learn the history of the Wings Foundation and how FADR began.
Flight Attendant Disaster Relief Advisor
The Wings Foundation is the sole proprietor of the Flight Attendant Disaster Relief Fund (FADRF). The Fund was established in 1991, in the aftermath of a series of natural disasters that struck in areas where American Airlines Flight Attendants lived & worked.
Wings FADRF provides immediate short-term relief to AA Flight Attendants whose primary residence is damaged or destroyed by a catastrophic event or natural disaster. The program may provide for the purchase of such essentials as food, water & temporary shelter.
Funds are raised primarily through the WINGS Onboard Recycling Program. This voluntary program relies on AA Flight Attendants to collect aluminum cans on board all American Airlines flights. In 2012, over $125,000 in assistance was distributed to AA Flight Attendants
who were directly affected by Superstorm Sandy in the NY Tri-State area.