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Mid-Continent Community Involvement

Community Involvement

Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics fosters a culture committed to community involvement. Mid-Continent participates in a variety of community campaigns and encourages employee philanthropy and volunteerism, including the following:

Kansas Community Involvement

Beechcraft Heritage Museum
Kansas Aviation Expo
Kansas Food Bank
Kansas Humane Society
United Way of the Plaines
Wichita Aero Club
Wichita Manufacturer's Association
Wichita Symphony

California Community Involvement

ACE Academy California
Condor Squadron
Friends of Van Nuys Airport
Los Angeles World Airports
Hope of the Valley
United Way Greater Los Angeles
VNY Prop

Community Campaigns

Mid-Continent proudly contributes to select non-profit organizations throughout Kansas and California. Successful food collection and United Way campaigns are organized annually.

Mid-Continent Kansas Food Drive

Kansas Food Drive
Kansas Food Bank

Our Kansas location collected 7,468 pounds of food for the Kansas Food Bank this year.

Mid-Continent California Food Drive

California Food Drive
Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission

Our California location collected 639 pounds of food for the Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission this year.

United Way

United Way Collection
United Way of the Plains
and Greater Los Angeles

Voluntary employee contributions total more than $180,000 over the last 5 years.


Mid-Continent seeks to enhance and promote the future of aviation by contributing to the Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA) Educational Foundation scholarship program. Since its inception, the AEA Educational Foundation has awarded more than $1.5 million to students seeking careers in the aircraft electronics and aviation maintenance industry, as well as technicians from AEA member companies.


Mid-Continent has a long history of commitment to the environment. We embrace the challenge of reducing our environmental footprint by recycling paper and aluminum cans, conserving electricity with occupancy sensor lighting, and mercury-reduced light bulbs.