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Pilot International is a proud partner of Safe Kids Worldwide. As an organization dedicated to educating the public about preventable childhood injuries. Safe Kids’ mission and Pilot International’s are very closely aligned.
Pilots and Anchors are proud to engage with local Safe Kids Coalitions in Safe Kids-sponsored campaigns such as their Distracted Pedestrian safety awareness campaign and national Safe Kids Day. To learn more about Safe Kids Worldwide and how you can get involved, click HERE.
Pilot International is a proud partner of Project Lifesaver. As Pilots we are dedicated to caring for those who care for others, and for this we don’t see a better fit for a partnership than Project Lifesaver. Project Lifesaver is the trusted and proven most effective program dedicated to protect, and when necessary, quickly locate individuals with cognitive conditions that cause the life-threatening behavior of wandering.
Project Lifesaver also supports our mission of youth development by funding a $500 scholarship to an active Anchor. We are so very grateful for the support and the continued partnership. To learn more about Project Lifesaver and how you can get involved, click HERE.
Pilot International is a proud partner of BIAA ( Brain Injury Association of America). As Pilots we are dedicated to promoting brain safety and health awareness throughout the world. We can think of no better partner than BIAA to strengthen this commitment and make a more positive impact to more people than ever before. To learn more about the Brain Injury Association of America and how you can get involved, click HERE.
From the BIAA website:
Our Guiding Principles
We are the voice of brain injury.
We accept responsibility for being a primary authority on medical diagnosis and treatment, disease management, research and life challenges associated with brain injury and embrace our role as a leading influencer of public awareness and public policy change.
We serve the entire field.
We respect the dignity and worth of all people. We encourage individuals with brain injury and their family members to participate in meaningful ways while welcoming the involvement of researchers, clinicians and other professionals as we pursue BIAA’s mission with urgency and excellence.
We benefit from strong leadership.
We honor the accomplishments of those who came before us and invite the next generation of leaders to help us shape priorities and plans. We seek respectful and mutually-beneficial relationships with affiliates and partners. We expect board members and staff to be fully engaged and to pursue BIAA’s mission with compassion and integrity.
We are committed to increasing our resources.
We recognize new and sustainable sources of revenue are necessary to deliver valued programs and services while expanding our reach. We strive to be a growth-oriented, entrepreneurial-minded organization and to continually strengthen our capacity to achieve our mission.
We value strategic decisions and action.
We are a mission-centered, metrics-driven organization. We are transparent in our communications and efficient in our operations. We monitor emerging trends and seek opportunities, independently and in collaboration with others, that are aligned with our goals.