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  • Send Us a Check
    • You can send a check directly to ROMP (Please do not send cash): 
      1474 S Acoma 
      Denver, CO 80223
      United States

  • Credit/ACH through Kindful
    • You can make an online donation to ROMP safely and securely through Kindful.
      Donate Now

  • Give Monthly (Kindful)
    • Become an M3 (Monthly Mobility Member) and invest in ROMP on a recurring basis to keep our patients moving forward.
      “Become an M3” 

  • Components for a Cause
    • You can donate prosthetic components! If you have gently used prosthetic components, ROMP may be able to refurbish and repurpose them for someone in need. For more information, visit our C4C page


Other Ways to Give

  • Planned Giving
    • You can give the gift of mobility for years to come by remembering the Range of Motion Project in your will, trust, or other planned gift. Planned gifts can take many forms, providing additional income for you and/or your heirs, lessening income and estate taxes, and helping you to fulfill your philanthropic objectives. Planned gifts can be made in cash, real estate, stocks, bonds, personal property, or life insurance.
    • Bequests by Will
      • One of the easiest planned gifts is a bequest through your will in which you designate either a specific dollar amount or a percentage of your estate after other disbursements. A bequest can reduce the amount of your taxable estate, which may increase the actual amount available to your loved ones.
    • Life Insurance
      • Contributions of life insurance are a significant gift to the Range of Motion Project. By either giving a policy outright or naming the Range of Motion Project as a beneficiary, you can support our cause and create a lasting legacy.
    • Endowment
      • An endowment is a perpetual gift that can be designated to the Range of Motion Project or a specific program. The original gift remains intact, and the income is used toward the designated area of service. An endowment can be established in memory of a loved one, or a donation can be added to an existing fund that will support our mission indefinitely.

You can state your planned giving intention by filling out this form and submitting it to

  • Stock/Securities
    • Giving appreciated stocks, bonds, or securities that have been held long-term can be a convenient and inexpensive way to support the Range of Motion Project. Gifts of stock are tax deductible at full fair market value if held for a year and a day. The Range of Motion Project may benefit from the full current value of these gifts, and neither the Range of Motion Project nor you are required to pay capital gains tax. You can give the gift of stocks, bonds, or securities by filling out this form and submitting it to

  • Donor Advised Funds
    • A donor-advised fund (DAF) is a charitable giving program that blends the most advantageous tax benefits with the flexibility to support your favorite causes, like the Range of Motion Project. DAFs can act as your own private foundation but without any of the administrative burdens. They allow you to give real estate, stocks, mutual funds or commodities and offer an immediate tax deduction for the market value of your donation.
    • How does a donor-advised fund work?
      • To establish the fund, you’ll make an irrevocable tax-deductible contribution (cash, stock, real estate, etc.) to a sponsoring organization, community foundation, or financial institution. You will receive a tax receipt and tax benefits when funds are deposited into their DAF. Then, the designated DAF sponsoring organization oversees your funds as they grow tax free. 
      • Though the assets within the fund now legally belong to the sponsoring organization, the DAF account holder retains advisory privileges over disbursements made from the DAF in addition to the investment strategy.
      • DAF account holders can recommend single or recurring donations to charitable organizations. However, funds in a DAF can only be used to support organizations that are tax-exempt 501(c)(3) and classified as public charities under 509(a).
      • Once the DAF sponsoring organization approves, the recommended donation is made to the qualified charitable organization, like the Range of Motion Project. 

You can recommend funds through DAF Direct. 


If your DAF sponsoring organization does not participate in DAF Direct, please have them direct your gift to the address below.

PO Box 100915
Denver, CO 80250
United States

  • IRA Distributions
    • What is an IRA distribution?
      • A qualified charitable distribution (QCD) is a distribution of funds from your IRA (other than a SEP or SIMPLE IRA) directly to a qualified charitable organization, like the Range of Motion Project. Because the gift goes directly to the charity without passing through the donor, the dollar amount of the gift may be excluded from your taxable income up to a maximum of $100,000 annually, with some exceptions. Please consult your tax advisor for information regarding your specific exceptions.
    • How do I make a qualified charitable distribution to the Range of Motion Project?
      • Your QCD must be made directly from your IRA custodian to the Range of Motion Project on your behalf. Each financial institution may have their own processes for initiating a qualified charitable distribution. Many retirement plan administrators require you to use their distribution forms and comply with other requirements, so please follow your financial institution’s forms and procedures to ensure you receive any potential tax benefits associated with this gift. 
      • You can download and complete our rollover gift initiation form. Send the completed form to your IRA trustee, who will complete your distribution.

  • Payroll/Corporate Matching Programs
    • Does your employer offer charitable giving programs that match your gift to qualified nonprofits? If so, consider making your gift a recurring transaction every payday to the Range of Motion Project and multiply the impact your donation can have. Reach out to your Human Resources representative to get started!

  • Amazon Wishlist 
    • AmazonSmile Charity Lists is a meaningful way for you to shop and donate items directly to the Range of Motion Project. Simply explore our Charity Lists, add items to your cart, and check out – it's that easy.

Our Impact Since 2005

  • Years Breaking Barriers


  • Prosthetic Devices Delivered


  • Patient Visits


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