Donate to MFPAA

MFPAA Needs your help!

People are often surprised to learn that McCandless-Franklin Park Ambulance Authority does not receive direct taxpayer money. MFPAA’s entire operating budget is billing for medical services, grants, annual membership subscriptions and donations from generous community members like you.

Utilizing our online giving platform, you can give a one-time donation, or pledge a monthly amount to generously give throughout the year.  Anything helps, and all are tax-deductible and secure.  Monies raised will allow us to continue to provide the highest quality service and care for all members of the communities we serve.  We greatly appreciate any and all support.

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All of our online payments are processed through eServices.  This secure, online platform ensures that your generous donations, bill payments, and ambulance subscription renewals and subscriptions are handled safely and securely, and that all monies come directly into our organization. 

Another Way to Donate is Through the United Way

Another helpful way to support the McCandless-Franklin Park Ambulance Authority is by earmarking your United Way contribution. When you contribute to the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania, you can control where your money goes through their Donor Option Plan. All you have to do is mark the donor option card in addition to your pledge card, with the following information:

Donor Number 943

"McCandless-Franklin Park Ambulance Authority" P.O. Box 1, Ingomar, PA 15127

Please be sure to check the box that asks the United Way to inform us of your gift so that we may properly acknowledge your generosity and get your name on our Donor Honor Roll.

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Our Subscription Plans

Our Ambulance Subscription Program provides residents of the municipalities we serve protection from out-of-pocket expenses related to emergency medical services. For a small yearly fee, subscribers receive unlimited medically necessary emergency ambulance service and discounts on services which are not deemed medically necessary or patient responsibility by their insurance carrier.

Individual Subscription
(one person in household)


Household Subscription
(All Residents of Household)