Captain Jeppesen Foundation
The Foundation is a key partner in helping students understand the vast number of opportunities aviation has to offer when pursuing a career in aviation – such as pilot, engineer, technician, designer, and maintenance personnel, to name a few.
In addition, the foundation strives to acquire grants from private and public entities to help Colorado youth from all walks of life obtain opportunities in aviation.
Fundraising efforts help to ensure the legacy of Captain Jeppesen lives on by telling his life story to the public in the Jeppesen Terminal at Denver International Airport through DIA’s Jeppesen Foundation exhibits and providing interactive aviation education opportunities for children and adults while at DIA.
Coming in March, will be some exciting changes to our 50/50 raffle. We will be adding an early bird drawing for a non-cash prize, as well as making some change to drive larger cash jackpots.
Stay tuned for more information!
Participants may purchase tickets online as well as in-person at both Wings Over the Rockies locations. Sales will conclude at the end of the raffle period as determined by the raffle schedule.
Raffle period means the designated length of each raffle. The winner will be selected only from those participants that purchased a raffle ticket during that raffle period.
Tickets may be purchased online or at either Wings Over the Rockies location. Individuals must be at least 18 years of age and present in the State of Colorado to purchase raffle tickets.
The complete Rules of Play governing this raffle can be seen by clicking the button below. Capitalized terms not defined herein shall have the same meaning as set forth in the Official Rules.
License Number 2022-17785
Flight Training Scholarships
Wings Over the Rockies is thrilled to be offering Flight Training Scholarships to Colorado students (ages 15-18)! Scholarship recipients can work towards their Private Pilot Certification in gliders or single engine airplanes.
Scholarships are open only to Colorado residents. Students from around the state are encouraged to apply.