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Flight Club Foundation Helps The Community

The Parrot Grant Program

The Flight Club Foundation's objective and mission is to support the wide variety of programs offered to help people and parrots alike. One method to offer this support is our Parrot Grant Program. A program where we award grant money to non-profit organisations who either help parrots, people or both. Our selection is based on many elements including by not limited to: community impact, educational value, financial responsibility, and role by which parrot awareness can be raised or fostered. $4,500 has been awarded so far!

2018 Parrot Grant Recipient

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Indonesian Parrot Project

Indonesian Parrot Project was founded by Stewart Metz, aviculturist and pet owner, who visited Indonesia, learning about the plight of the parrots in the wild (2001).  Now, IPP is a crticial element in the rehabilitation and release of confiscated Indonesian parrots.  They also monitor and track the illegal wildlife trade and develop pride campaigns to encourage local communities to keep the wild, wild.  Flight Club Foundation awarded $1000.

2017 Parrot Grant Recipient

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Puerto Rican Parrot Project.

The Puerto Rican Parrot Project began with 13 parrots surviving in the wild as of 1975 and now boasts over 400 birds in the wild from captive rearing and release of several generations of parrots.  Managed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service, the Puerto Rican Parrot Project serves the last known endemic species of the United States.  Flight Club Foundation awarded $1000

2015 Parrot Grant Recipient

The goal of The Alex Foundation is to support research that will expand the base of knowledge establishing the cognitive and communicative abilities of parrots as intelligent beings. These findings will be used to encourage the responsible ownership of parrots, conservation and preservation of parrots in the wild, and veterinary research into the psychological diseases and care of these birds. For more information, visit their site.

2014 Parrot Grant Recipient

2013 Parrot Grant Recipient

Community Service Points Recognition

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Every great non-profit organization owes everything to those who volunteer!  Flight Club Foundation is no different.  The Foundation is organized entirely on a volunteer basis.  We continuously are looking for joint efforts and volunteer opportunities not only for help running our own organization but helping the community as well.   Each Seattle Parrot Expo easily takes over 60 people to help run the fun. We would love you to join our team of volunteers!  in turn, we will try our best to help you in return!   We can offer you letters of recommendation (based on service),  free-bees, meals, or  community service points.  Use our CONTACT US PAGE to SIGN UP TODAY or click on our Seattle Parrot Expo ICON!

Parrots at your School Assemblies, Birthday Parties, and More

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Parrot Ambassadors has performed educational entertainment programs for all occasions for nearly two decades!  Utilizing parrots who perform amazing stunts like rollerskating, playing sports and more, we discuss formats from conservation to the physics of flight!  We can learn so much from parrots we have yet to explore!  Learn about how we CAN make a difference in the world to help save them and ourselves!