Let's Keep Our Veterans Flying!

Honor Flight Buffalo

P. O. Box 338, Buffalo, NY 14223 (716)254-4376

a Federal 501(c)(3) Not-For-Profit Charity Organization

 

Orchard Glen Independent Adult Living

in Orchard Park New York

presented proceeds of the Veteran's Day Chinese Auction to Honor Flight Buffalo on November 11, 2010. 

 

 Orchard Glen WWII Veterans and Linda Orffeo presented the check to

Honor Flight Buffalo on Veteran's Day.

 

 

 

 Grand Island High School - Continues to support Honor Flight Buffalo during

Veteran's Day Assembly, November 10, 2010

 

Avon High School

 "Honor the Troops Day"

Students dressed up in fatigues, camouflage or red white and blue.  Students collected donations and the Student Council donated proceeds to Honor Flight Buffalo.

East Seneca Volunteer Fire Company open house Chicken BBQ to benefit Honor Flight Buffalo

Honor Flight Buffalo wishes to express our sincere gratitude to the members of the East Seneca Fire Department, Brian Guy and Company for their dedication to our World War II Veterans. Thank you to all members of the East Seneca Fire Department for hosting our organization and as a result of their efforts, our local heroes will finally receive a proper welcome home that they waited over sixty years to receive!

The Annual Glow Ball Tournament was held at the Bob-O-Link Golf Course on September 25, 2010 hosted by the Knezevic Family and James Rajca with all proceeds benefiting Honor Flight Buffalo. Thank you for helping to assist us in our Veteran's trip to see their memorial.


The Bill Hanna Sr. Memorial Golf Tournament presented proceeds to Honor Flight Buffalo from their golf tournament held on September 20, 2010.  A  thank you to all who participated in this event and a special thank you to Bill and Robin Hanna for keeping our Veteran's Flying!

Dadio's Central vs My Saloon Baseball Game/Chicken BBQ took place on Saturday, July 31, 2010 and presented the proceeds to Honor Flight Buffalo.  Their generous support will assist in sending many more WWII Veterans to see their Memorial.
Martin Luther King Multicultural Institute PS39 ~ Ms. Melissa Lonegan's class.
Grand Island High School - The Character Council and Veronica E. Connor Middle School Island are making Veteran's dreams come true. The group sold red, white and blue papers hearts for $1, and encouraged students to write the name of a friend or family in the military on the heart.