American Airlines is proud to partner with many worthy organizations to improve the communities where we live and work. There are multiple ways American customers can join in the causes that matter. AAdvantage® members can donate miles to a cause they are passionate about, or donate cash and earn miles for that next trip. Through your contributions, we can continue to make a difference in the lives of those 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 with needs for medical, educational, social services issues and/or for those that heighten public awareness of children's issues. Beneficiaries of the program include individuals as well as organizations with needs related to medical, educational and social concerns, and/or causes that heighten public awareness of children’s issues.
The Miles for All Who Serve program provides assistance to organizations that work to support veterans, military members and their families. The mile-donation program includes opportunities to help caregivers and first responders, as well as giving a strategic emphasis on helping children of service members.
The American Airlines Miles of Hope program provides worldwide support for organizations that help supply the basic needs of the most vulnerable population. Focusing on food, clothing, shelter, health, education and employment, the program works to benefit organizations that provide a strategic focus on children and/or those afflicted by unexpected adversity.
American’s Miles for the Cure® program raises funds to support a study of inflammatory breast cancer (the most lethal form of the disease) through a research grant at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. Miles for the Cure awards customers AAdvantage miles for every dollar they contribute to the research grant through Susan G. Komen.
The Miles for All Who Serve program awards customers AAdvantage miles for every dollar they contribute to the USO. Their mission — to lift the spirits of our troops and families — is the focal point for transitioning troops; military families; wounded, ill and injured soldiers; and families of the fallen.