You can make a difference in the lives of people with developmental disabilities and their families by:
> Volunteering your time and/or expertise
> Donating in-kind products or services
> Making a financial contribution
Alternative Ways to Give
The RMI Volunteer Program is fun and easy! We provide training and give you the option to help with our scheduled activities or bring in new ideas and activities. Click here to learn more.
In-Kind Products and Services
RMI is always in need of supplies for our residential facilities, administrative office and Life Enrichment Day Program.
Two of our participants giving back to the Gordon Hartman Family Foundation, one of RMI's most generous donors.
RMI relies on charitable donations from individuals, corporations and foundations to support our mission. Medicaid only covers a portion of the residential services we provide and only 10% of individuals with developmental disabilities living in the community have access to these funds.
Your contributions to RMI are an investment in the lives of people with developmental disabilities that helps them reach their maximum level of independence and become contributing members of our community.
Service Learning Projects
Many students at our local universities have to complete a Service Learning Project as part of their coursework. RMI has project opportunities in the following areas to meet your course requirements. RMI prefers 3rd and 4th year undergrad and graduate level students, but some exceptions can be made.
Eagle Scout and Girl Scout Projects