Fundraising Events 

Redstone holds a number of events each year to help raise funds, especially for benevolent care for residents in need. Our largest annual fundraiser is the Highlands Fling, scheduled for Saturday, November 23rd in 2019. Check out the official fling website to order your tickets and to see all the ways you can get involved

Details will be coming soon about the 3rd Annual Wines, Wheels and Winners.

Volunteers are always needed to help make our events successful. Sponsorship opportunities are always available for local businesses and organizations.  If you are interested in being a volunteer at the Fling or Wines, Wheels, & Winners please contact Jessica at 724-832-8401 X 307 or at

2019 Redstone Goes Trips & Tours

Redstone is pleased to announce our exciting 2019 travel lineup through our Redstone Goes Trips & Tours Program!  We hope that you will choose to make several trips with us this year.  Be sure to sign up early to guarantee your spot!  As always, we keep our prices as reasonable as possible.  All ages are welcome to join the fun, but most of our travelers are 55 or better.  Modest proceeds from the trips benefit Benevolent Care for residents in need at Redstone.  All trips depart from our Villa Community Clubhouse on our North Huntingdon campus.   We look forward to sharing wonderful adventures with you!

Click HERE to see the information about each trip.  Please feel free to contact us if additional questions.

Amber Ammann, Donor Liaison (Trip Registrar): 724-832-8401 X 370 or 

Lisa Dormire, VP Mission Support (Trips Coordinator): 724-832-8401 X 353 or

If you would like to reserve your spot or make a payment on a trip, please click on each trip below:


All Things Nashville!  Thursday, October 10 – Sunday, October 13

The Boal Mansion and visit to Penn State ! Thursday, November 14

HIGH ENERGY:New York City Holiday Trip! Friday, November 15

 - Sunday, November 17

Christmas at Sight & Sound Theater! Tuesday, December 10

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