The generosity of our donors – both fellow Airmen, Guardians, and friends of the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force – allows Air Force Aid Society to always be there when our Airmen and Guardians need us. Learn more about the individuals and organizations that support AFAS and understand what helping Airmen and Guardians means to them.
A book shares an Airman’s journey while its profits provide educational scholarships through AFAS. Barbara Evans Kinnear’s father, Colonel Richard Ernest Evans, served in the United States Army Air Corps (USAAC) and US Army Air Forces (USAAF) as a...
Spouses and retired Airmen establish a named grant to benefit their fellow Air Force family. Linda and John Egentowich retired from the Air Force with a combined 58 years of service, and they credit the Air Force for being a big part of shaping who...
AFAS donor establishes a charitable gift annuity as a lasting legacy. Captain Paul Litteau was raised in an Air Force family. He was born in Chicago in 1942, during the early days of World War II, and remembers most of his upbringing having been impacted by the war....
Learn more about the long standing tradition of corporate support for our Airmen and Guardians.
HONOR ROLL OF DONORS
We are incredibly grateful to the individual donors – both Airmen, Guardians, and friends of Service Members – who support the AFAS mission each year.
LEAVING A LEGACY
We are incredibly grateful to the individual donors – both Airmen, Guardians and friends of Service Members – who support the AFAS mission each year.