Airlift Research Foundation
June 28, 2010
I first learned about Airlift Research Foundation through my university's internship-finder website. When I went to Airlift's website (airliftrg.org) and started reading about the organization, I was truly impressed. Airlift Research Foundation funds research that improves the lives of military and civilian survivors of traumatic extremity injuries. I was very surprised to learn that 82% of all war injuries in Iraq and Afghanistan involve limbs. I immediately knew that Airlift was helping to provide a much needed service through its mission to fund research.
I already liked the organization after I visited their website, and I was excited to learn that this nonprofit was established right in my hometown of Pittsburgh. I sumbitted my resume to be considered for an internship position at Airlift. Once I met everyone working at the foundation, I liked it even more. I know that everyone at Airlift has a good heart and wants the organization to thrive and bring about as much good for military and civilian extremity trauma survivors as possible. Airlift Research Foundation is very deserving of all the praise it receives. Airlift is definitely doing its part to help our nation's service men and women as well as everyday citizens, and I know that the organization will continue to raise awareness for this important cause.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
seeing how seriously everyone takes their job and the mission of this organization, and knowing that by funding research, the lives of countless people will really be helped.
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
Volunteer & I am helping to register Airlift Research Foundation in all the states so that it can raise funds and awareness throughout the country. I am really just helping out with whatever Airlift needs to be successful.
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