Fixed Base Operation Provides Backdrop For Major Fundraising Event’s Tenth Anniversary 

RALEIGH – DURHAM, North Carolina (November 22, 2013) –  Children’s Flight of Hope (CFOH) is proud to announce the annual A Vintage Affair: The Sky’s the Limit! gala on November 8, 2013 at TAC Air at RDU raised $195,600! Now in its tenth year, this fundraising event is a celebration of the mission of Children’s Flight of Hope and raises 1/3 of the organization’s annual operating budget.

A hangar at TAC Air is transformed for the event

A hangar at TAC Air is transformed for the event

“This year’s theme, The Sky’s the Limit, represents the great strides CFOH has taken to-date and the limitless potential Children’s Flight of Hope has to assist children who are in need of air transportation to seek medical treatment,” said CFOH executive director Staci Barfield. “Guests raved about the TAC Air hangar as it provided a perfect backdrop for this unique, top-notch event and is a space that few ever get to see otherwise. The TAC Air staff was beyond courteous and helpful; the best group we have ever had the pleasure of working with. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial partnership and are grateful for their support!”


About Children’s Flight of Hope
Established in 1991, the mission of Children’s Flight of Hope is to provide free air transportation to and from medical facilities for seriously ill or injured children who – due to medical, financial or logistical reasons – cannot travel to their destinations by any other method.Children’s Flight of Hope offers our services at no cost to children between birth and eighteen years of age and serves families regardless of race, religious affiliation or medical diagnosis. We offer our services to children and families within the eastern region of the United States, keeping our support to a 600-nautical-mile radius from Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina. Lack of transportation to the treatment facilities, which can be located far from their homes, prevents many seriously ill and injured children from receiving the specialized medical care they need although it may be readily available. We strive to take away the worries associated with transportation so the family can focus on what’s most important: the health of their child. For more information, visit

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