Funds from Flight Night are powering transformative STEM learning opportunities for 70,000 Oklahoma students.

NEW FOR 2016: Teachers benefit from Flight Night STEM scholarship awards and classroom grants, plus introduction of the STEM Innovator Award.



Since the original debut of the charity and its former black tie boxing concept founded by the late Ray H. Siegfried II, 24 Tulsa area nonprofits have received funding for a variety of projects. In 2017, the one-of-a-kind annual Flight Night event continues with exciting new aerial displays and entertainment. Save the date for September 14, 2017.


The Tulsa Flight Night event is operated by Tulsa Charity Fight Night, Inc. a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation supporting STEM education programs and projects that inspire curiosity and learning in tomorrow’s leaders. The charity was founded by the late Ray H. Siegfried II.

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Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education programs bolster and advance our community. Future generations of science-literate, critical thinkers mean new products and processes to sustain Tulsa's economy and exceptional quality of life.


Twenty-four Tulsa nonprofits have benefited from a multitude of projects benefiting children, seniors, mentally, and physically challenged individuals, victims of debilitating diseases and many more in need of support and assistance. Flight Night is focused on supporting STEM education programs or projects in northeastern Oklahoma.



Opportunity to be listed as sponsor for one Flight Night Mobile Fab Lab school/organization program | Opportunity to train as a RC (radio-controlled) Jet Pilot | Includes premier seating | 3 tables, 30 seats | Print media publicity | Logo recognition on website | Logo printed recognition placed in valet-parked cars | Wine service at the gala | Verbal recognition at the event