“Pilot International’s mission is to influence positive change in communities throughout the world. To do this, we come together in friendship and service, focusing on encouraging brain safety and health and supporting those who care for others.”

Florida District vision: to serve by furthering Pilot International’s humanitarian efforts through charitable, educational & research programs

The Pilot Club of Naples was Chartered in 1959 in the
Florida District of Pilot International.

Mission Statement of Pilot International
To serve by furthering Pilot International’s humanitarian efforts
through charitable, educational and research programs in
communities throughout the world.

>>>Installation of officers is usually in the month of June. As soon as the plan is set, we will send out the information. We were saving the date of June 18th for the Culver’s Share Night, however now that it is can-celled, we could possibly schedule the installation for June 18th. Your comments and suggestions are welcome.<<<

What Pilots do is as simple as ABC!
Anchor -Growing future leaders through Anchor Clubs
Brain Health – Promoting brain health and safety
Caregivers – Caring for those who care for others
Do More, Care More, Be More!

Pilot International Founders Fund established in 1975 to further Pilot’s humanitarian efforts. Since the Pilot International Founders Fund grant program began in 1977, nearly 1,500 grants totaling more than $1.5 million have been disbursed to Pilot Clubs.

The Pilot Club of Naples has been supporting Project Lifesaver for many years and is proud to partner with the Collier County Sheriff’s Office to continue to provide Project Lifesaver.

Project Lifesaver is a 501 (C) (3) community based, public safety, non-profit organization that provides emergency responders and caregivers with the equipment and training required to protect and, when necessary, quickly locate individuals with cognitive conditions that cause the propensity to wander, such as those with Alzheimer’s or autism. Through the use of state of the art radio frequency technology, innovative search and rescue techniques, and accredited first response training, Project Lifesaver member agencies have, to date, successfully located in excess of 3,500 special needs individuals during an episode of elopement; the average recovery times for these rescues are less than 30 minutes, which is 95% less time than standard operations.

Something good to know!

Giving to Pilot International’s Founders Fund helps to support the ABC initiatives of Pilot:

DID YOU KNOW AmazonSmile donates to Pilot International, Inc.? Simply click this link below to add Pilot International to your Amazon account: smile.amazon.com/ch/58-0386983 If you need assistance in adding Pilot International to your Amazon account, please email contact@pilothq.org or call (478) 477-1208.

Jodi Walborn donated 10 cases (approximately 250) of bike helmets to the Pilot Club of Naples when she cleared out her storage unit. This is really huge and we are grateful that she called to offer these wonderful helmets to us for our helmet fitting projects. Jodi has been a friend of the Pilot Club of Naples with bike rodeo and safety fairs, helmet fitting certification opportunities for the Anchor Club, the Scholarship House residents and our own members. A sincere THANK YOU to Jodi from the Pilot Club of Naples.

Florida District Fall Council is October 30th—Nov. 1st in Destin at Embassy Suites. Registration deadline is October 15th. Contact Sue Lester if you wish to travel together. Usually we have a table at Marketplace with our money tree raffle.

Information is always available on our websites:

Register online: https://www.pilotflorida.org/convention-registration/