Tuscaloosa Honor Flight

The University of Alabama along with the Student Government Association and the West Alabama Tuscaloosa Rotary Club is coming together to help fund this year’s Honor Flight and all future endeavors.

What is the Honor Flight?
Local area World War II and Korean War Veterans are sent free at cost to them to see their memorials in Washington DC.  So many of them have never had the opportunity view them.  They are greeted by our national and state senators and return in the evening to a welcome home rally at our local airport.

Why support the UA SGA Honor Flight Program?
Without our partnership, future Honor Flights could become obsolete in our state. The West Alabama hub is the last operating branch in the State of Alabama. Please help us Honor our Local Veterans with a trip of a lifetime for them to see their memorials!  It's just one small way we can say "thank you" for your sacrifices for our country.  Donate Today! Company, Club or Individual Sponsorships available!

Crimson Level Sponsor:  $1000 or more
White Level Sponsor:  $500-999
Roll Tide Level Sponsor:  $1-499
** Crimson and White Level Sponsors will be recognized on our web site and in the press.

Encourage all of your friends and family to Donate Today!

Authored by:
UA SGA Senator Jordan Forrest
UA SGA Speaker of Senate Branden Greenberg

Sponsored by:
University of Alabama Student Government Association Senate

Donations

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  • Jessica Babbin 
    • $5 
    • 53 mos
  • Taylor Swanson 
    • $5 
    • 53 mos
  • Caroline Harrison 
    • $5 
    • 53 mos
  • Wes Horton 
    • $5 
    • 53 mos
  • Susan Portanova  
    • $100 
    • 53 mos
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Organizer

Jordan Jacqueline Forrest 
Organizer
Tuscaloosa, AL
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