Melvin Jenschke has flown more than 1,200 hours and spent nearly $1 million of his own money to fly relief missions for Angel Flight South Central. He is now a finalist for a 2018 Endeavor Award. If he wins, AFSC will receive a $15,000 grant.
We would like to welcome the new Executive Director for Angel Flight South Central, Todd Quesnel. Todd Quesnel’s love for aviation began long before he can remember. His father was a pilot, and Todd would accompany him to the airport to watch the planes, secretly wishing he was in one. At the age of 16, Todd officially...
A CASA volunteer shares her experience with an Angel Flight trip to visit her child. Volunteer pilots helping volunteer advocates! To read the story featured in Living Magazine, click HERE.
Angel Flight South Central was recognized as one of 7 nonprofit organizations in North Dallas that assists the community both locally and in outlying areas. Click here to read the article.
Arkansas Wing Leader Don Cope recently had an opportunity to share his experiences of being a volunteer pilot on KNWA. Their "Doing Good" segment also features passenger JoAnn Hoffman, who travels regularly with Angel Flight South Central. Click here to see the video.
Originally from Missouri, passenger Toni Thurlo has been an audience member on Great Day Houston while receiving treatment at MD Anderson for Inflammatory Breast Cancer. She told her story to the producers, and they invited her onto the show to do a segment on Angel Flight South Central. Accompanying her on the show are...
Sparks Regional Medical Center in Fort Smith, AR participated in a softball tournament to raise money for Angel Flight South Central. Volunteer pilots recently flew Kelly Hill, their Director of Emergency Services, to Houston for treatment. We are happy to report that she is now in remission! The event raised almost...
Pilots are the heart and soul of Angel Flight South Central. They do so much to help people in need of medical care and expect nothing in return other than a simple "Thank You". Click here to read more about the organization and the pilots who make it all possible.
Board Member Dianna Stanger and pilot Joyce Wilson fly an Angel Flight mission enroute to the start of the Air Race Classic. They stopped in Sugarland, TX to fly a cancer patient home to Kansas. Click here to read more about these amazing pilots and their dedication to helping others.
The San Jacinto College baseball team hosted it's fourth annual Play Pink game to raise money for Angel Flight South Central and awareness for breast cancer. We are very grateful for everything this team has done for our organization! Follow this link to read more about this astounding team.