Scott Booth Fund

Scott Booth sustained life-threatening injuries when the helicopter he was piloting when down in a crash in the Grand Canyon.  He and several passengers were airlifted back to Las Vegas where he has undergone at least one surgery and is expected to need several more.  We do not know his current condition but we expect a long road to recovery.  

We are reaching out to the community to help defer some of the medical costs that he and his family will have to burden.

Scott was, STILL is, one of the nicest, kindest human beings on the face of the planet.  He would always offer to help if someone was in need, and would often crack a joke while doing it.  He was and still is about giving to those around him.  Now it is our turn to return the favor.

To those in the pilot community here in Vegas:
You have heard his voice on the radio, flown next to him, and probably shared a few jokes at GCW together.  We are reaching out to all of you for support.  We need to make sure this is shared far and wide across our community.  All of us are family, let's make sure we show it.  

To those that have stumbled across this page or have been linked to it:
Donate.  This man and his family need our help.  

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts,
The line pilots at Papillon
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    • $50 
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    • $200 
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    • $250 
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Fundraising team (3)

Tj Wesoloski
Henderson, NV
kathleen Booth
Scott Booth
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