PA Paralyzed/Amputee Pension

For our members who may not know that PA offers this additional benefit – ———————————————————————————————————– Keystone PVA was involved in the rewrite of the legislation making this legislation possible and continuing to make it available for paralyzed vets who qualify. Keystone PVA was involved in eliminating the wartime service requirement. Read more…

Donate TIME

Keystone PVA can benefit from your time, whether it’s to work on assembling the Easter Bags for Hospitalized Vets, or to volunteer time at one of the veterans’ hospitals in Altoona, Butler, Erie, Lebanon, or Pittsburgh (and we’re looking for folks in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area). Want to know more? Contact Read more…

Donate MONEY

We can make your donation of money go a long way, especially if you donate directly by check made out to “Keystone Paralyzed Veterans of America” or “Keystone PVA,” and mailed to Keystone PVA, 1113 Main Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15215-2407. You can make a donation by credit card by going Read more…

Donate SERVICES

From time to time Keystone PVA needs professional services–legal, financial, or minor maintenance, to name a few. Right now, we need to upgrade our electrical service in our copy room and our kitchenette. It’s not a big job, but it would make it easier to do the work of the Read more…

Donate GOODS

The very best way you can donate goods is through our partner, American Thrift Center, based in West Mifflin, Pa., and serving the Pittsburgh region. Click here to find out what goods American Thrift Center can accept and where drop boxes are located in the Pittsburgh region. From time to Read more…

Some additional information

To operate as a legitimate nonprofit charitable organization, Keystone PVA must meet the standards of our parent organization, the Paralyzed Veterans of America, which requires an annual audit conducted by an independent third party. Keystone PVA must report its finances annually to the U. S. Internal Revenue Service, which must Read more…