Here at Flying Circle, we're grateful each and every day for you, our loyal customers. We know that we wouldn't be here without you. So, we do our best to honor you by supporting charitable organizations in our area and beyond. Our efforts, collectively known as Operation Full Circle, serve to help military families, Wounded Warriors, Veterans, and children all around the world. Thanks to you, we are able to give back to those who have given so much for their country and support those who are in need using our unique assets.
Flying Circle Proudly Supports 2015 Military Times Service Members of the Year
Each year, Military Times recognizes five service members for their exceptional achievements in service to their country and communities. These everyday heroes were honored with a ceremony in Washington, DC on July 21, 2015. Flying Circle was proud to once again help support this event and provide personalized bags to these heroes as a small gesture of our gratitude for going above and beyond the call of duty.
Giving Back & Giving Thanks
December has been a busy month for the elves here at Flying Circle! Not only have we been busy processing and shipping your orders, we have also been giving back to our local community and sending donations around the world to help spread holiday cheer to those around us in need.
Flying Circle Helps Kids Go Back to School
For some kids, going back to school is difficult not just because it marks the end of summer fun. Many kids are faced with the challenge of returning to school without the supplies they need. Flying Circle partnered with organizations across the country and donated $7,800 worth of backpacks to help children start school with the confidence to succeed throughout the year!
Flying Circle Recognizes 2014 Military Times Service Members of the Year
Each year, Military Times honors five service members who demonstrate pride, dedication, & courage beyond what is expected. These “Everyday Heroes” embody compassion, strength, and self-sacrifice while serving their communities and country. This year, Flying Circle is proud to provide a set of bags to each winner as a token of gratitude for their service.
Flying Circle Gives Back to Vietnam Vets
May is designated as Military Appreciation Month to honor our veterans and troops for their service, but we at Flying Circle strive to recognize and give back to our service members year round for their duty and sacrifice.
2013 Soldiers Christmas Pays Tribute to Wounded Heroes
The Flying Circle elves were back in the sleigh again during the annual Wounded Warriors Soldiers Christmas event in December. Each year, Flying Circle donates items to local heroes and their families who have bravely served and sacrificed for their country.
Child Legacy International Gets a Helpful "Lift" from Flying Circle
Shipping a boat to Africa? Just another day's work here at Flying Circle! We are a proud supporter of Child Legacy International, which provides humanitarian aid and sustainable programs in Africa.
Flying Circle Donates Bags to "Little Airmen"
We were honored to participate in the 902d Security Forces Squadron’s Summer Bash Picnic on July 27, 2013 at Randolph Air Force Base! FCB donated over 100 backpacks to the children of the defenders to help them remember their parent on current and future deployments.
Flying Circle & Culver Academies at the 2013 Inaugural Parade
The 2013 Inaugural Parade marked the 100th anniversary of The Culver Academies Black Horse Troop’s first ride down Pennsylvania Avenue. The mounted unit served as the official escort for Vice President Thomas Marshall during Woodrow Wilson’s inaugural parade in 1913 and again in 1917.
Flying Circle Honors Wounded Heroes at 2012 Soldiers Christmas
FCB was delighted to once again participate in the Wounded Warriors Soldiers Christmas event to give back to those who gave so much.
We've been fortunate to have many opportunities in 2011 to give back. They include: Fisher House Foundation, The Veteran Sportsman, San Antonio Rampage Seats for Soldiers, Cell Phones for Soldiers, Soldier of the Year, Pull for Kids 2011, Hill Country Family Services, Cattlemen for Cancer Research, TX Tech College of Human Sciences, Erie County Dept. of Human Services, and the Boerne Chamber of Commerce.