An amateur artist and stamp collector, Amanda McZeal takes great pleasure in supporting multiple charitable causes nationwide. Throughout the past eight years, Amanda McZeal has supported the patriotic mission of Disabled American Veterans (DAV). For nearly a century, DAV has assisted countless United States soldiers who have undergone physical, mental, or emotional trauma while serving and defending their nation. Through the help of about 260 National Service Officers in 88 offices spread across the U.S. and Puerto Rico, DAV provides assistance to disabled veterans and their dependents by filing claims with the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Defense, and other related government agencies. Thanks to the contributions of people like Amanda McZeal, DAV has collected millions of dollars for these noble servicemen and women. Amanda McZeal has also made annual contributions to St. Labre Indian School for the past eight years. Launched in 1884, this safe haven for Native American youth offers education, food, shelter, counseling, and a detailed history of Native American culture. Additionally, St. Labre High School is fully accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges and the Montana State Office of Public Instruction. In addition to the school’s general education coursework, teachers provide instruction in business, home economics, industrial arts, music, and art. St. Labre Indian School also offers a complete spectrum of sports and athletic activities. Amanda McZeal is also a friend of various black colleges, the March of Dimes Foundation, American Diabetes Association, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and many other nonprofit organizations.