RMM is grateful for these

ongoing partners

  • Alliance of Baptists

    To keep faith with our covenant we will:

    1) Make the worship of God primary in all our gatherings.

    2) Foster relationships within the Alliance and with other people of faith.

    3) Create places of refuge and renewal for those who are wounded or ignored by the church.

    4) Side with those who are poor.

    5) Pursue justice with and for those who are oppressed.

    6) Care for the earth.

    7) Work for peace.

    8) Honor wisdom and lifelong learning.

    9) Hold ourselves accountable for equity, collegiality, and diversity.

  • Beck Institute of Fordham university

    New York, NY

    The mission of the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service is to educate students to promote human rights and social justice. The school strives to improve the well-being of people and communities through teaching culturally responsive, evidence-informed practice and engaging in research, public advocacy, and community partnership.

  • Boulevard baptist church

    Anderson, South Carolina

    Boulevard Baptist Church is a progressive family of Baptist believers where Christ is honored and the individual is respected.

  • city harvest

    New York, NY

    City Harvest exists to end hunger in communities throughout New York City. We do this through food rescue and distribution, education, and other practical, innovative solutions.

  • Clinton housing development company

    New York, NY

    Clinton Housing Development Company (CHDC) builds community by preserving and creating high quality, permanently affordable housing in the Clinton/Hell's Kitchen and Chelsea neighborhoods on the West Side of Manhattan. We integrate community, cultural and green spaces into developments and provide consulting services for larger community initiatives.

    We collaborate with neighborhood and citywide stakeholders in both the public and private sectors. CHDC developments promote diversity and economic integration by respecting and valuing the people, history and physical character of the community.

  • Cooperative baptist fellowship

    & baptist fellowship of the northeast

    The essence of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship is captured by the idea of formation. Encouraging individual growth while growing local churches, helping Christians form into their faith as well as living out their faith, forming diverse partnerships locally and globally. It is forming as one and forming together.

  • Food Bank for New york city

    New York, NY

    To end hunger by organizing food, information and support for community survival, empowerment, and dignity. Food Bank For New York City has been working to end food poverty in our five boroughs for 35 years. As the city’s largest hunger-relief organization, we employ a multifaceted approach centered on helping low-income New Yorkers overcome their circumstances and achieve greater independence.

  • interfaith assembly on

    homelessness & housing

    New York, NY

    Inspired, strengthened and sustained by faith, the Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and Housing is committed to confronting the unconscionable and unacceptable reality of homelessness in New York City. Recognizing society's shared responsibility and working as partners with those who have experienced homelessness, the Assembly will mobilize communities of faith to empower all people, to advocate public policies to eliminate homelessness, and strive for the transformation of society.

  • Morgan stanley

    New York, NY

    At Morgan Stanley, we advise, originate, trade, manage and distribute capital for governments, institutions and individuals, and always do so with a standard of excellence.


    New York, NY

    Meets pressing community needs by mobilizing caring New Yorkers in volunteer service.

  • Providence Baptist Church

    Charlotte, North Carolina

    “Connecting People to God in Christ.”

  • smoke rise baptist church

    Stone Mountain, GA

    We are a moderate, free and faithful Baptist church for all people of our community where everyone can grow spiritually and be involved in the work of the Kingdom.

  • Student.go CBF

    Student.Go is a missions program of CBF that provides opportunities for students to serve with our field personnel and ministry partners as they live out CBF Global Missions commitments—cultivating beloved community, bearing witness to Jesus Christ and seeking transformational development.

  • Tabernacle baptist church

    Richmond, VA

    Mission is the fundamental reality of our Christian life together at Tabernacle Baptist Church. We are Christian because God has called us to work collectively for the fulfillment of God’s purpose for humanity. In other words, our local church, as a part of the larger universal Church, has been given the task of sharing in God’s mission to the world, which results in many diverse social ministries. By combining mission education, unique partnerships, and hands-on service to our neighborhood, country and world, Tabernacle seeks to “take the whole gospel to the whole person”, as was demonstrated by Jesus’ ministry on earth. This means that the spiritual, physical, and social well-being of all those we encounter is always at the forefront of our minds. The faithful use of our time, talents, resources, and very lives in community are central to our commitment to share in God’s mission. As a result, we form relationships as we serve together which proclaim the life-giving and life-changing message of Christ.

  • United Way of new york city

    New York, NY

    United Way of New York City helps to mobilize our communities to break down barriers and build opportunities that improve the lives of low-income New Yorkers for the benefit of all.

  • xavier mission

    New York, NY

    Xavier Mission strives for a future where all people, regardless of economic status, are treated with dignity and respect and are given the opportunity to realize their goals.

    We welcome those who are economically disadvantaged into a supportive community. We serve our guests with dignity, empower them to achieve self-sufficiency, and advocate for social justice.

    We provide basic needs (food, clothing, shelter) as well as opportunities to achieve stability (life-skills training, mentoring, financial assistance).