Ways to Donate

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A hot meal delivered to victims after a disaster, blood when it is needed most, shelter when there is nowhere else to turn, an emergency message delivered to a member of the Armed Forces from their family – these are just some of the ways that gifts are put to work through the American Red Cross. Thanks to the generosity of our donors, the American Red Cross is empowering people to perform extraordinary acts in the face of emergencies.

Although mandated by congress to provide vital relief to victims of disaster, the Red Cross is not a government agency and receives no government funding. We rely only on the generosity of our donors. Donors may specify their gifts for local disaster relief, national disaster relief, international disaster relief or Services to the Armed Forces.

Donate: Make your charity donation of cash, check, credit card or stock by mail, phone or our website.

  • By phone at 814-262-3170
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  • By mail: American Red Cross Keystone Chapter, 250 Jari Drive, Johnstown, PA 15904.

Tribute Gifts: Honor or memorialize a special family member, friend or colleague. We will notify the honoree or the family of the deceased of your donation.

Matching Gifts: Your gift could be matched dollar for dollar! Check with your company to see if they have a matching gift program.

Workplace Giving: Designate American Red Cross SWPA for your United Way gift (Code 055), CFC gift (Code 30536) or SECA gift (Code 4601-0073).

United Way code: 55

CFC Code: 30536

Planning Giving Opportunities: Includes bequests; gifting of IRAs; other retirement plans and life insurance; charitable trusts; and charitable gift annuities.

Corporate and Foundation Partnerships: Companies and foundations may support the Red Cross through event sponsorships, restricted program gifts or outright unrestricted gifts.

School and Community Group Giving: Host your own fundraiser to support the Red Cross.

Vehicle Donation

Donating your vehicle—in any condition—is a great way to help us help others. We accept vehicles in all 50 states, from cars and trucks to boats and motorcycles.