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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 »Donate GOODS

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 »Some additional information

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Contact the Keystone Chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America Please feel free to contact the Keystone PVA by any method listed below. If you are interested in becoming a member, please print the membership application (a link is provided under Related Links to the right) and e-mail it to… Read More »Contact Us post


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Please donate that auto, truck, boat, or recreational vehicle no longer needed to Keystone Paralyzed Veterans of America through the Paralyzed Veterans “Wheels Helping Warriors” program. Please call toll free: (855) 744-0782. We pick up anywhere in the U.S.A. Every vehicle has value to #WheelsHelpingWarriors, regardless of the condition. Visit… Read More »Donations of CARS or OTHER VEHICLES

Joseph W. Dornbrock

Executive Director Residence: Penn Hills, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Summary: Executive Director of Keystone PVA since April 2005 Navy veteran, 1974-1980. Served as a nuclear reactor operator aboard the USS Bainbridge (CGN-25) 1976-1980 Bachelor’s degree (summa cum laude) in communications, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, 1984. Continuing professional education includes Institute for… Read More »Joseph W. Dornbrock

About Us

 Welcome to the Keystone Paralyzed Veterans of America The Keystone Paralyzed Veterans of America is one of 33 chartered chapters of the Paralyzed Veterans of America in the United States. The chapter was founded in 1960. People are usually surprised to know that the U. S. government and the Department… Read More »About Us

2019 Annual Report

Paralyzed Veterans of America and its chapters are each governed by a Board of Directors, each member of which is a paralyzed veteran. The primary duty of the Board is to set policy and provide oversight of all operations of the organization, and to do so with faithful adherence to… Read More »2019 Annual Report

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