WW2 Veterans Need Our Support: How You Can Help
KTLA 5's Kacey Montoya recently joined Honor Flight Southland on a flight to Washington, D.C. to honor the service of 35 World War II Veterans. Kacey and the KTLA 5 team were so moved by the experience that we want to ensure that all the WW2 veterans in our community have the opportunity to visit our nation's capital. We know we can count on our loyal KTLA 5 viewers to help us make it happen!
What Is Honor Flight Southland?
It's a 501(c) (3) non-profit volunteer organization created solely to honor America’s veterans. They transport our heroes, free of charge, to visit and reflect at their war memorials in Washington, D.C. Top priority is given to senior veterans, along with veterans from other eras who are terminally ill. Visit http://www.HonorFlightSouthland.org to see how much this trip means to veterans.
How Can KTLA Viewers Help?
Honor Flight Southland is raising funds to fly the next group of veterans on their tour of honor. We need to act fast to help elderly heroes visit a memorial they have been waiting to see for most of their lives. The approximate cost is $2,500 per veteran for roundtrip airfare, accommodations, meals and transportation -- and with over 40 veterans waiting to go on the next trip, time is of the essence!
Any amount, no matter how small or large, helps -- please donate today.
Already Donated? Help Us Spread the Word:
Follow Honor Flight Southland on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram; and tell our Veterans that KTLA viewers care (links on our home page http://www.HonorFlightSouthland.org.) Dont forget to share on Facebook and Twitter with your friends -- tell them you donated, and encourage them to join you in supporting our veterans!
KTLA viewers, let's show our friends at Honor Flight Southland that we stand by their side in supporting our country's heroes! Thank you for your support.