frequent flyer miles

Donate your airline miles to help Vets365 provide airline tickets to disabled veterans who need to fly when seeking help.

You can do good with your airline frequent flyer miles. Through airline programs, nonprofit charities can use donated frequent flyer miles to provide flights for people who need to travel for medical reasons, for disaster volunteer assignments, and for special veterans’ programs. Most of the major airlines partner with charities to put those unused frequent flyer miles to work.

Delta Air Lines

You’ve got flexibility with your miles with the ability to book Award Travel for yourself or for someone else – even if you’re not flying with them. Plus, you can always buy more, gift or transfer them, or even donate your miles to a cause you care about.  

Click here to learn more from Delta.


American Airlines

The AAdvantage program allows travelers to donate miles to American Airlines Kids in Need to help support organizations that provide kids with medical, educational and social services. They partner with the Make a Wish Foundation, Snowball Express (serving the children of fallen military heroes), and UNICEF’s Change for Good program. 

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Southwest Airlines

Travelers enrolled in the Rapid Rewards program can donate their miles to nine designated charities. They include the Student Conservation Association, the Honor Flight Network, which transports American veterans to Washington D.C., and the Dream Foundation, which helps terminally ill adults and their families by providing end-of-life dreams that offer inspiration, comfort, and closure.
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The New York-based carrier has a program that allows travelers to donate their True Blue miles to 17 nonprofit groups, including: KaBoom, which has collaborated with partners to build, open or improve nearly 16,000 playgrounds; FDNY Foundation, which provides funds for the New York City Fire Department Fire and Life Safety Education programs; and, which helps any individual, business or organization to reduce and offset climate impact and hasten the transition to a clean energy future.
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Frontier Airlines

Denver’s hometown carrier allows members of the Frontier Miles program to donate to charitable organizations, such as American Red Cross, Fisher House Foundation/Operation Hero Miles, Make-A-Wish of Colorado, American Cancer Society, The Denver Children’s Hospital, and more. Donations are free of charge and can be made by contacting Frontier Airlines Reservations. 

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Hawaiian Airlines

Flyers can donate HawaiianMiles frequent flyer points to any participating charity and, at the end of the year, the airline will match up to half-million miles to each participating charity. Hawaiian works with locally based charities like the Blood Bank of Hawaii, the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii, and Shriners Hospital for Children of Honolulu. 

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Last updated: March 2020
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