An AVG Salute to Jill Conley, founder of Jill’s Wish

Jill Conley was diagnosed with breast cancer in July 2009, one day before her 32nd birthday. She has openly shared her journey and has been an incredible motivator and inspiration for many women and their families.

Jill’s Wish helps families struggling with the financial repercussions of breast cancer.

Jill’s Wish is a source of information about the warning signs and treatments of breast cancer.

Jill’s Wish is a community, a place where women can share their story and go for support.

Please visit www.JillsWish.com for more information and to donate.

Jill will be joining our CEO Donna Yost and the All Veteran Group in jumping from an AVG airplane for the cause.

Visit www.allveterangroup.com for more information about Mike Elliot and his team.

This video is their tribute to Jill Conley and her cause:

A Salute to Jill Conley!

Mike Elliott Shares The Contents of His Life Chest

To look inside Mike Elliott’s Life Chest is to travel through time and see each of his accomplishments, experiences and moments of inspiration. Through the carefully selected items he has placed inside of his Freedom Chest you are able learn so much about his life and of his passion to make a difference. Mike’s story is incredibly deep and touching, he is an American Hero and we are honored to know him.

Please watch this video to learn more about Mike and Visit the All Veteran Group on their website or Facebook Page.

Thank you Mike Elliott, Founder and President of the All Veteran Group, for not only sharing your memories and mementos but for also inspiring us to create meaningful Life Chest Moments of our own.

As Mike always says..

Blue Skies!

The All Veteran Veteran Group is a unique collection of highly experienced parachutists who represent the essence of what it means to be an American: patriotism, creativity, initiative, professionalism and dedication to excellence.

Harris Rosen: A Legacy And A Birthday Jump With AVG

For his birthday Mr. Harris Rosen did the jump with Mike Elliot and his AVG team.

Rosen was born in 1939 in Manhattan. He attended Cornell University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree from their School of Hotel Administration. He then served in the United States Army for three years in Germany and South Korea.

In 2002, Rosen donated a 20-acre (0.081 km2) site and $25 million to the University of Central Florida to develop the Rosen College of Hospitality Management.

His efforts extend far beyond UCF, including large involvement in Tangelo Park. These efforts include scholarships for members of the community who are accepted to vocational school, college or university in the state of Florida, and an alternative spring break for Cornell students who wish to spend their vacation mentoring students from Tangelo Park.

Please Visit these links for more information and to donate to the Tangelo Park Program:



Source : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harris_Rosen