Mangic Foundation honors wounded warriors at 59th annual MCAS Miramar Air Show
COSTA MESA, CA. (SEPTEMBER 28, 2015). With the roar of the world’s most powerful aircraft thundering overhead, 100 guests will be treated to VIP treatment at the nation’s largest air show, in San Diego, California, October 2-4. For the 18th time. Mike Manclark will host the Executive Chalet for families from all branches of the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines. Service men and women will enjoy the Matinee and Twilight shows with the renowned Blue Angels, extraordinary parachute teams, and other amazing aerial demonstrations along with the amenities offered by the founder of Mangic Foundation.
“Spending the weekend with those who give so much to our country is an honor and a privilege,” Manclark said. “This year we are including special guests from the Semper Fi Injured Marine program. These brave individuals have been battle tested and certainly deserve preferential treatment at the coveted prime flightline position. ”
Support for the veterans and active military is a Manclark family tradition and spans multiple generations. Mike Manclark became involved with the Semper Fi Fund 10 years ago to support post 9/11 critically ill and injured members of all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces.The community leader has overseen dozens of events which raised six-figure funds for the severely injured marines; donating similar values in personal capital and goods. In addition to sponsoring large fundraising events, Manclark engaged over 100 children to contribute lemonade and bake sales proceeds to learn the value of giving back to the community and showing that they care.
MANGIC Foundation believes deeply in making the quality of life better for those in need, underserved and forgotten. The money goes to important causes making a difference in Orange County and in areas of need globally. Semper Fi, Half-Million Meals, Bahamas Orphanages, Freedom Dogs, school scholarships, and Readers in the Outfield are a few of the charities benefiting from the generosity of MANGIC donors.