Encouraging Brain Safety & Health
Since 1992, Pilot International has worked in the area of brain-related services and has narrowed its focus to brain safety & fitness.
Supporting Those Who Care for Others
Through fundraising and hands-on service work, local Pilot and Anchor Clubs provide a “Little Pick Me Up” for Caregivers in their communities.
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For only $10 a chance, you may win one of these eight beautiful treasures. Can’t decide which raffle to take a chance on? Why not try several? Put the number of chances you would like to purchase in the box beside the items of your choosing. Your name will be entered into those raffle(s), and when your number(s) comes up, you will be the lucky winner! The drawings will be held at convention in Atlanta. The online and mail-in entries deadline as well as the deadline for receiving donation credit for the 2020-2021 Pilot year is May 24. Any entries received after May 24 or in person in Atlanta will be designated for the 2021-2022 Pilot year. We hope to see you there and thank you for supporting your Founders Fund!
Pilot Clubs and individuals are asked to participate in the International Service Project at convention in Atlanta.
Through you, our organization is hoping to Touch 1,000 Lives!
Victoria first became interested in Alzheimer’s because of her grandfather Charles Tucker Huggins, who suffered with Alzheimer’s. Her passion for Alzheimer’s disease Awareness and music therapy captured the attention of local and national leadership, including FOX News and PEOPLE Magazine. Nurturing relationships that were cultivated as Miss North Carolina, Victoria has served as a keynote speaker in Alzheimer’s and Dementia conferences across the state, including the launch of the North Carolina Brain Health Registry in conjunction with Duke University’s Bryan Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center.