We appreciate KOKEfest for honoring Honor Flight Austin and for hosting this amazing event.
We have successfully and proudly taken 2000 veterans to our Nation’s Capital to visit and experience the Memorials built in their honor. With your continued help, resources are pooled together, experience is shared and alliances are formed throughout Austin to continue our noble cause.
Please help us continue to make their dream of visiting THEIR memorials, a reality.
All donations to our all-volunteer federal, nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization are tax deductible. We appreciate your continued support!
It is because of supporters like you, we’re able to continue these historic flights!
Thank you for your support!
Help Honor Flight Austin say Thank You to our Veterans with a Trip of a Lifetime.
Our WWII Veterans statewide will continue to receive first priority. We are asking for your help finding every willing and able World War II Veterans in Texas so we can fly them to Washington D.C., free of charge, to see their WWII Memorial.
We are also taking Korea Veterans and Vietnam War Veterans from the 14 surrounding counties to participate on our flights.
“We want to let our most senior Veterans know that we did not forget and will not forget their service and sacrifice.” Allen Bergeron, Former Chairman of Honor Flight Austin.
You can find and fill out a Veteran Application here. You can also refer a Veteran for ‘A Trip of Lifetime’. Simply provide your Heroes name, contact information in the contact form to the right, and we’ll take it from there.
|Without your support, this trip of a lifetime would not happen. You play a major part in honoring our Veterans.|
The Honor Flight Austin mission is to transport veterans with a specific priority to Washington, D.C. to visit their memorials dedicated to honor their service and sacrifices and return them home to their families and loved ones.
Of all of the wars in recent memory, it was World War II that truly threatened our very existence as a nation and as a culturally diverse, free nation. It is estimated that 372 World War II veterans are dying each day, our time to express our thanks to these brave men and women, is running out.