PILOT CLUB of TITUSVILLE, Inc.
P. O. Box 1917
Titusville, Florida U.S.A. 32781-1917
Since 1957, the Pilot Club of Titusville has supported the local community, upholding the Pilot tradition of "Friendship and Service." Pilot International exists to assist those in Pilot communities who are affected by brain-related illnesses including Alzheimer's disease, traumatic brain injuries, post-traumatic stress disorders (PTSD), schizophrenia, depression, autism and similar disorders.
FRIENDSHIP & SERVICE
Membership as a Pilot will gain experience through a "hands-on" approach and monetary support, to benefit these programs and organizations:
ABC's of Pilot
A – Anchor Clubs (Youth Development) & Leadership
B – Brain Safety & Fitness
C – Caring for Families in Times of Need
- EDUCATION - scholarship houses, school supplies for children at Country Acres.
- INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS - World hunger.
- COMMUNITY SERVICES - Adopt-a-Median, spring dinners, mini grants, Community Dinners at the Harry T Moore Community Center, Liberty Lodge, Space Coast Center for Independent Living.
- PATRIOTISM - Avenue of Flags, classroom Flags and posters, Veterans Memorial Park.
- SAFETY AND SECURITY - Brain Power Walk to promote brain awareness and support Joe's Club Day Care services in Titusville. Brain Minders program to the youth.
- YOUTH DIVISION - Anchor projects, scholarships, meetings, conventions.
2017 MINI-GRANT PROGRAM
The Pilot Club of Titusvile, Inc. is accepting applications from non-profit and not-forprofit groups and individuals for its 2017 Mini-Grant program which provides funding for specific projects addressing community needs within the North Brevard area. Special consideration is given to funding direct services related to the problems and/or needs of persons with disabilities (especially brain disorders and brain health.
To submit a request for grant funding, please complete this application.
Pilot Scholarship House Foundation
Since 1962, the Pilot Scholarship House Foundation (PSHF) of the Florida District of Pilot International has made it possible for hundreds of female students to attend Florida State University in Tallahassee, the University of Florida in Gainesville and Florida Gulf Coast University in Ft. Myers.
The Scholarship Houses are home to the 17 to 23 female students who live together under the same roof while attending college. Management of the house is by the students themselves. The budgeted cost of food and utilities for the semester is shared among the residents, with an average house bill per student of less than $1000. Each house is supervised by a head resident that is a graduate student or Upperclassman elected and compensated by the Southern Scholarship Foundation.
For Scholarship Application and or requirements, contact:
Southern Scholarship Foundation
322 Stadium Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32304
The Pilot Club of Titusville collects throughout the year coupons, paper products and cleaning supplies for these houses and we deliver it periodically. To help please email us at email@example.com
PILOT CLUB OF TITUSVILLE
Since 1957, the Pilot Club of Titusville has supported the local community, upholding the Pilot tradition of "Friendship and Service." Pilot's service focus is to promote awareness of brain-related disorders and to improve the lives of those affected.
| Our Motto
TRUE COURSE EVER
Pilot International Theme: Do More. Care More. Be More
2014-2015 Florida District Theme: Pilots are a Light in the Darkness
THE PILOT CLUB OF TITUSVILLE
Meetings & Membership
Meetings are the First and Third WEDNESDAY of every month at noon
at the LaCita Country Club, Titusville, for a Luncheon Meeting.
Guests interested in becoming a Pilot may attend
the Program meeting the Third Wednesday of the month.
For information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rhiannon Haga & Billie Jo Strickland
Immediate Past President: - Jonda Erwin
Membership: Rachel Terry
Fundraising: Esther Porta
Projects: Rhiannon Haga
Anchor: Jonda Erwin
PILOT CLUB OF TITUSVILLE is a member of Pilot International, a global organization celebrating ninety-one exciting years of history-making service programs and projects.
Chartered May 25, 1957 by the Pilot Club of Jacksonville, Florida
PILOT CLUBS work to improve the lives of those affected by brain disorders, including:
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Developmental Disabilities
- Alzheimer's Disease
- Tourette Syndrome
- Parkinson's Disease
- Lou Gehrig's Disease
- Mental and Emotional Disorders
- Other Brain Disorders, such as Brain Tumors, Strokes, and Aneurysms.
WHAT IS A PILOT?*
As a PILOT, you may not fly an airplane...
- BUT ...
- YOU WILL take off in a new and exciting direction.
- YOU WILL develop new and interesting friendships.
- YOU WILL network with other community leaders.
- YOU WILL improve your leadership skills.
- YOU WILL be lending your support to worthwhile causes.
- BUT... MOST OF ALL,
- YOU WILL KNOW THAT YOU HAVE MADE A DIFFERENCE!
Friendship becomes visible through the eyes of service as Pilots bond together having FUN, sharing IDEAS, developing INSIGHT, and TURNING DREAMS INTO REALITY.
Belonging to the Service Club of Choice offers membership in an organization with human compassion as its basis and fulfillment of human needs as its goal.
PILOT Club of Titusville sponsors the ANCHOR CLUB of Astronaut High School in Titusville. These young high school student receive invaluable training in citizenship, leadership, and volunteerism through service to their schools and their community.
PILOT Club of Titusville annually awards an academic scholarship to an outstanding Anchor Graduate for the furtherance of higher learning.
* Named for the intrepid river boat pilots, "PILOT" chose its name to represent
guidance and leadership.
2-17-16: Pilot Club of Titusville received a $5,000.00 matching grant from Pilot International! President Carol Pedersen and Pilot International Founders Fund Rep Lily Renzetti presented a $10,000.00 check to Joe Robinson, CEO of North Brevard Charities Sharing Center.
These funds are designated for the Healing Home Center Program. This program is an intensive in home case management program that provides supportive services for Brevard County families with children under the age of 12. The three tangible areas targeted are eye glasses for the children, basic home necessities and school supplies that will assist in attaining a suitable environment and academic success. For more information on this program please contact the charity directly at 321-269-6555.
P.O. Box 4844
Macon, Georgia 31208-4844
Phone (478) 743-7403
Fax (478) 743-2173
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