Your generosity helps American provide support

Your generosity helps American provide support

For more than 25 years, American Airlines' customers have donated millions of AAdvantage miles to support causes that are near to their hearts and ours. Together with the efforts of our dedicated employees, it is a gift that brings peace, hope and joy to the communities in which we work, live and play — year-round.

In 2015, your generous donations provided relief and assistance in areas where it was needed, offering peace of mind to military members, providing hope for those affected by natural disasters and giving joy to needy children. Following are a few causes your contributions helped succeed this year:

American wishes to thank our customers for their generosity in 2015. With your help, we were able to support organizations that assist those in need, and with your continued help, we will work to help others even more in 2016.

Learn more about American’s mile donation programs and donate miles to a worthy cause today.

Miles for Kids in Need

The American Airlines Kids in Need program provides worldwide support for children and their families, as well as for organizations dedicated to improving the quality of life for children who need medical, educational and social services. Donating miles to Kids in Need directly supports those causes.
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Miles for all who serve logo

The Miles for All Who Serve program provides assistance to organizations that support veterans, military members and their families. The mile-donation program offers opportunities to help caregivers and first responders, as well as provides a strategic emphasis on helping children of service members.
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Miles of Hope logo

The American Airlines Miles of Hope program provides worldwide support for organizations that help supply the basic needs of the most vulnerable populations. Focusing on food, clothing, shelter, health, education and employment, the program benefits organizations that provide a strategic focus on children and/or those afflicted by unexpected adversity.
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