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In fulfilling RAMP’s mission to empower rural Appalachian communities to lift themselves out of poverty, RAMP depends on the active support of concerned individuals like you. Get involved today and help provide food security, economic opportunity, and emergency relief for the Martin County community.

Here are a few ways you can make a difference.

Become a supporter.
Take action now to ensure your support goes directly to where it’s needed the most. Below are some examples of the difference your donation can make.

To donate, choose an amount and click the PayPal button to the bottom right. You do not need a PayPal account to donate.

$30 Two backpacks of food for a food insecure family
$50 Box of food for a family of four from the RAMP food pantry
$100 Keep a school garden running for six months
$200 Enables the Food Pantry to serve a family of four for the year
$400 A year’s worth of backpack snacks for one child
$650 Half-month of fresh produce for one school’s salad bar
$1300 A full-month of fresh produce for one school’s salad bar
$3000 Microloan to start-up a small business
Other$Enter your amount

*If you are donating for RAMP's non-event event, please either choose a number above or enter the amount on the invite in the "other" box. Thank you so much for your generous support!

 

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Pledge monthly.
Monthly pledges go a long way to prevent “hunger gaps” and ensure that basic needs are met at all times. Want to give monthly?

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Questions? Comments? Let us know! Email or call us at (203) 940-3602.

A note on in-kind donations: Due to limited resources RAMP is unable to transport most in-kind donations (clothes, books, etc.) The most effective way for individuals to make a difference is by hosting one the events above to raise awareness of or funds for alleviating poverty in rural Appalachia.

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