More and more, USPA members rely on USPA to preserve public airports and airways for skydiving. Growing aviation needs, difficult economic conditions, and national security interests continuously present challenges for a small group like skydivers to maintain access.
In 1991, USPA established the Airport Access and Defense Fund (AAD Fund) to further the efforts of the association and its members to maintain or gain equal access to airspace and federally funded airports in the U.S. The funds may also be used by the association in efforts to prevent or remove government actions or taxation that affect skydiving and its related activities. Limited financial assistance may be provided to offset a portion of a member's legal expenses in a qualifying concern.
Donate by phone:
Call the Director of Group Membership at (800) 371-USPA x315.
Donate by mail:
U.S. Parachute Association
Attn: AAD Fund
5401 Southpoint Centre Blvd.
Fredericksburg, VA 22407