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Pilots make an impact all over the world...
Pilot Clubs of Japan performed the Brainminders puppet show to kindergartners in the city of Fukaya, located in northern Saitama Prefecture in Japan.
Pilot Members Pat Vickers and Surelle Pinkston share some of their awesome experiences within the organization.
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On Giving Tuesday the Peoria Notre Dame Anchors and the Pilot Club of Peoria donated stuffed animals to the Peoria Police Department.

Peoria Anchors &
Pilot Club of Peoria

Pilots & Anchors
Officers will carry them in their patrol cars to give to children who have been in an auto accident or an abusive situation.
Greene county Pilot Club provided toys for some youngsters through the Greene County Empty Stocking Fund.
Joyce Crawford
Club President
This is an annual donation provided by this service organization whose primary focus is on Brain Disorders.

 

Our Mission

is to influence positive change around the world.

 

We prepare youth and young adults for service.

Our Anchor clubs program provides an outlet for students in high school and middle school to develop their leadership skills while participating in community projects. Our Compass Club program is designed to bring together young adults who strive to make an impact and want to be leaders in their community.

 

We encourage brain safety and health.

BrainMindersTM is Pilot International’s signature program originally designed in 2001 to teach safety to children to help prevent brain injuries. It was made possible through an in-kind grant given to Pilot International Foundation and a gift from the estate of Callye Harrell Neese. Realizing the need to teach brain injury prevention to people of all ages, Pilots have expanded the program to include presentations for youth and seniors.

 

We support those who care for others.

When you do something meaningful, you do more than just change the world, you increase your happiness.  In 2009, psychology researcher Michael Steger found that meaningful work makes people happier and more effective in their daily lives.  It turns out that people, who work to change the world, also receive a great benefit from their efforts.  Pilot International’s Pick Me Up program is no exception. Pick Me Ups touch people all over the world in their time of need.

Clubs

Clubs

Members

Members

Who are Pilots?

Pilots are people who want to give back to their communities. Pilots come from all walks of life. They’re your neighbors, your co-workers, relatives, and even elected officials.Together we’re a tremendously positive force all around the world.

How can you become a member?

Fill out the form below and we’ll match you with the Pilot Club in your area. It’s really that easy. You’ll be invited to the next Pilot Club meeting and after that its up to you to decide if you want to be a part of Pilot family. No pressure, no worries, we promise!

 

 

Just one step, you can do it! 🙂

If you have any questions feel free to email contact@pilothq.org.