Donations



Donate now!

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This is a fast, simple way to help adults who have developmental disabilities have the financial means to go on community outings.

Thank you!


 

RVI is a non-profit organization that serves adults who have developmental disabilities. As a registered 501(c)3 organization, all donations are tax-deductible. In the case of cash donations, the donor will received a signed and dated letter detailing the amount and, if applicable, the purpose of the donation. In the case of in-kind donations, the donor will receive, if requested, a signed and dated letter detailing the items that were donated. In some cases, photos of the donated items will be provided with the letter.

Direct donations can be made to a specific program or need, such as the Imagine Art Studio or community outings.

Many of the people served can use clothing to keep on-hand in the workshop. Larger-sized clothing, especially items that have elastic waistbands and easy-to-fasten closures, are useful. Before donation, please contact Habilitation Assistant Manager Jennifer Lajti at 567-262-3087 or jlajti@rviinc.org.

The Imagine Art Studio often needs donations of paint, picture frames, wooden furniture, fabric, scrap wood, and other items. Before donation, please contact the art studio at 567-262-3070 or imagineart@rviinc.org. In some cases, a staff member can pick up the items at the donor’s home.

Every September, the RVI Client Council holds a rummage sale. We begin accepting donations in August. To arrange the pick-up of a donation, contact Vocational and Habilitation Manager Nichole Velliquette at 567-262-3067 or nvelliquette@rviinc.org.

If you would like to enjoy some food and drink with your philanthropy, go to Rob’s Place/Limestone Tavern on Wednesday nights! The bar, located at 2440 Rocky Ridge Road, Oak Harbor, holds a “Key in the Box” drawing at 6:30 p.m. each Wednesday.

Each chance to draw a key is $1, and the winner must be present at the time of the drawing. When the lucky winner choses the key that opens the box, three-quarters of the “pot” goes to him or her.

The other quarter of the pot goes to RVI! We truly appreciate the generosity of the owner and staff!

The purpose of Riverview Industries, Inc. is to provide a meaningful work experience and
quality of life for the benefit of adults with developmental disabilities.