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Donate via Credit Card or ACH

You can make an online donation to ROMP safely and securely through Kindful.

Give via Zelle, Paypal or Venmo

You can donate via Zelle or Paypal. ROMP's accounts are attached to our general email

Send a Check

If it's for a volunteer program fee or fundraiser, please add a note with your check. You can send directly to ROMP at our new mailing address: 
1474 S Acoma 
Denver, CO 80223
United States

Join our Monthly Mobility Membership M3

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

Give Other Ways or Leave a Legacy

Are you interested in donating to ROMP today, tomorrow, or in the future through stocks, IRA distribution, payroll, endowments, donor advised fund, or through a bequest?

Please reach out to our Director of Development: Lauren 'LP' Panasewicz to discuss other ways to make a lasting gift to ROMP (

Donate Components

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. 

When donating in-kind goods to a 501(c)(3) foundation in Colorado and the United States, there are specific guidelines and requirements to ensure you receive the appropriate tax deductions.

Valuation of the Donation: The donor must determine the fair market value of the donated item. For items valued under $5,000, no formal appraisal is required. However, items valued over $5,000 necessitate an appraisal from a qualified appraiser.

Receipt from the Foundation: The foundation must provide a written acknowledgment that includes a detailed description of the donated item but does not specify its value. This acknowledgment is crucial for claiming the deduction on your tax return​.

Form 8283: If the value of the donation exceeds $500, the donor must complete IRS Form 8283 and attach it to their tax return. Donations over $5,000 require the signature of the appraiser and the foundation on this form​.

Tax Deduction: Donors can deduct the fair market value of the donated item on their federal income tax return, subject to certain limitations based on a percentage of their adjusted gross income. These limitations can vary depending on the type of item donated​​.

Record keeping and Documentation: Donors should keep detailed records and all documentation related to the donation. This includes the acknowledgment from the charity and any appraisal documents, as they are essential for supporting the deduction in the event of an audit​​.

Consulting a tax advisor or accountant is recommended to ensure compliance with all requirements and to maximize the tax benefits of your donation.

Our Impact Since 2005

  • Years Breaking Barriers


  • Prosthetic Devices Delivered


  • Patient Visits