Creating Beneficial Community Partnerships
We team up with organizations and non-profits throughout the community.
Law Enforcement & Firefighters
We are teaming up to combat metal theft by digitally recording every transaction. Police use this information to identify suspects and lower crime in our communities. We also provide space and vehicles for Jaws of Life training.
Hope Food Pantry
RMR New Albany supported Hope Southern Indiana by helping feed, clothe, and provide shelter
to the Floyd county community.
Bellevue Vets Baseball
RMR Newport is a proud sponsor of Bellevue Vets Baseball
Newport hosted YouthBuild. YouthBuild is a program developed to assist young adults complete
their secondary education, prepare for post-secondary education and gain valuable life and career skills.
RMR Xenia made a donation to the local Xenia Police Department’s DARE program to help kids go to camp.
The Healing Place
RMR participated in Cans for a Cause, collecting donations for The Healing Place.
Brighton Center for Kids
RMR Newport donated Christmas gifts to the Brighton Center for Kids.
Honor Flight Program
RMR Owensboro Sponsors the Honor Flight Program, coordinated by the Daviess County, KY Sheriff’s department. An Honor Flight is conducted by non-profit organizations dedicated to transporting as many United States military veterans as possible to see the memorials of the respective war(s) they fought in Washington, DC, at no cost to the veterans.The all expense paid, overnight trip includes visits to: WWII, Korean, Vietnam, Marine (Iwo Jima), Navy and Air Force Memorials and Arlington Cemetery.
Adopt a Class
RMR Newport teammates visit Newport Intermediate’s 5th grade class to explain the recycling process.
The students enjoy playing games and learning about materials using their new magnets!
RMR Greensburg supported the purchase of a K9 for the Greensburg Police Department.
Ohio River Sweep
RMR Louisville held an Earth Day scrap drive. RMR then recycled all the scrap collected and donated $2500
to The Ohio River Sweep, a volunteer riverbank cleanup nonprofit organization. Volunteers remove litter along
the Ohio River banks and tributaries across six states. In 2019, over 225 tons of trash were collected along 3,000 miles of shoreline.