RTM is committed to serving both our local and national communities. Through event fundraising campaigns, we work hard to give back and create new opportunities for our partners to contribute to meaningful and important causes.

RTM is proud to support our local community by working with Educational Alliance to host fundraising campaigns and events at local elementary schools dedicated to students and their families.

Educational Alliance brings together diverse communities in Lower Manhattan, offering individuals and families high-quality, multi-generational programs and services that enhance their well-being and socioeconomic opportunities.

Halloween Pumpkin Painting Party!

RTM hosts an after-school party for students to paint pumpkins, and get creative!

Thanksgiving Potluck

RTM hosts a Thanksgiving Potluck meal with the students and their families, bringing everyone together to share a meal and some quality time!

RTM Field Day
Sirovich Center Food Pantry

Our Delegates and Advisory Board have once again selected the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) as the charity that RTM will be supporting in 2024!

NCLD empowers the 1 in 5 of us with learning and attention issues to succeed in school, at work, and in life. Through our initiatives and with the expertise of our renowned Professional Advisory Board, NCLD creates programs, research, and practical resources to reduce stigma, promote self-advocacy skills, and mobilize a powerful force of knowledgeable advocates to create real change. Visit for more information and find free resources for parents at

RTM is proud to work with the Kids in Need Foundation, creating fundraising campaigns to support their mission to ensure every child is prepared to learn and succeed in the classroom.

Through our involvement, we support classrooms in economically challenged communities across the country by assembling backpacks filled with school supplies. We help support the following programs:

Second Responder

The Second Responder® program provides school supplies to students affected by natural disasters.

School Ready Supplies

The School Ready Supplies program provides elementary students with new backpacks and the core supplies needed for success.

Win is the largest provider of family shelter and supportive housing in New York City.

Win transforms the lives of New York City homeless families by providing holistic solutions of safe housing, critical services, and ground-breaking programs they need to succeed on their own– so these families can regain their independence and their children can look forward to a brighter future.

Win’s vision is to break the cycle of homelessness by being the premier leader and trusted partner in innovative solutions for families in need.” Visit for more information.

Competitive sports breed common ground. Athletes, coaches and the people who support them come together for the love of a sport or the thrill of a game. Not everyone wins.

Through Special Olympics New York, though, everyone is included. Athletes with intellectual disabilities have the opportunity to challenge themselves in fair and even competition. Win or lose, they develop their own character, make friends and find unknown wells of determination within themselves.

If you’re a fan of unity, acceptance, empowerment, dignity, pride and fun, you’re a fan of Special Olympics New York. You’re one of us.

More information visit

BRC's mission is helping people reclaim lives lost. They restore hope and dignity by offering opportunities for health and self-sufficiency.

More than 300 BRC Homeless Outreach staff work around the clock to provide hope, help, and a hand up to New Yorkers experiencing homelessness.

BRC’s Outreach Teams meet many individuals that have been relying upon their own resilience and resourcefulness to survive for a long time. On average, an individual living unsheltered will have to be contacted by service providers more than 100 times before they will agree to enter into a more appropriate living situation.

BRC’s Outreach Teams listen, motivate, and seek to understand the person underneath the trauma. Over time, they build trust and relationships with clients so that when the individual is ready to seek lasting shelter and safety, they know that they can turn to BRC for the help that they need.

Learn more about the incredible work BRC is doing by visiting

For nearly 100 years, the American Heart Association has been fighting heart disease and stroke and helping families and communities thrive.

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