As a community, we have a responsibility to support the families of our fallen heroes. On April 27th, we came together in San Antonio to honor and celebrate the children of our fallen heroes with a STEM event that combined indoor skydiving and robotics demonstrations.
The event was a collaboration between iFly, the Center of Intrepid, and the FIRST in Texas teams. Together, we provided an opportunity for over 100 attendees, including Gold Star Children, Foster Kids, and Veterans, to learn about the exciting world of STEM and explore their interests in robotics and engineering.
At the heart of this event were the children of our fallen heroes. It was an honor to give back to them and to show our appreciation for the sacrifices their families have made for our country. Through this event, we were able to provide a safe and supportive space for them to learn, grow, and connect with others in similar situations.
We are incredibly grateful to our partners at iFly and FIRST in Texas for their support and dedication to this cause. Their passion for STEM education and their commitment to the community made this event possible. Their participation in the robotics demonstrations helped inspire the next generation of engineers and innovators.
We want to thank everyone who attended this event and helped make it a success. We hope that through events like this, we can continue to support the families of our fallen heroes and honor their sacrifices. We look forward to continuing to provide opportunities for the children of our fallen heroes to explore their interests in STEM and achieve their full potential.