Donate, volunteer or become a member today! Disability Rights Maine makes it easy for you to help us advocate for, and advance the civil rights of, people with disabilities.
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Become a RE-Member, a Recurring Electronic Member,
Your membership allows Disability Rights Maine to provide free legal services to Maine citizens with disabilities.
As a member, you'll receive:
- Our newsletter
- Invitations to events
- Our annual report
A gift of any amount entitles you to these benefits.
We hope you will become a RE-Member and pledge every month, but if you would like to make a one-time contribution, membership levels are:
- Ally - $36.00
- Friend - $60.00
- Advocate - $120.00
- Champion - $240.00
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Donate to DRM
It's easy to make a donation to Disability Rights Maine. You can donate by mailing a check, online through Paypal or via MaineShare.
To donate to DRM by mail, please make your check out to "Disability Rights Maine" and mail it to us at:
Disability Rights Maine
24 Stone St, Suite 204
Augusta, ME 04330
Or you can donate ONLINE to DRM by clicking the PayPal button below:
DRM is a proud member of MaineShare. To donate through your employer via MaineShare, please visit the MaineShare website for details about enrollment.
Do you hate the mess, hassle and waiting in lines to deposit your bottles and cans? DRM has the solution! Disability Rights Maine has partnered with Hannaford's CLYNK bottle return to help eliminate the hassle of bottle redemption and support the work of the DRM all year long. All you have to do is drop off your bag of bottles at any Hannaford; DRM's fund-raising account will be automatically credited!
To participate, please call us at 207.626.2774 or e-mail Shannon Crocker. DRM will mail the specially coded CLYNK bags to your home or office. Then all you have to do is drop the bags off at any Hannaford's redemption center. No hassle or waiting in line!
Please note, to ensure DRM receives credit for your redemption, you must use CLYNK bags provided by DRM. You do not need to sign up for anything; DRM and Hannaford do all the work!
Disability Rights Maine is always looking for qualified members for our Board of Directors and our Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Mental Illness Advisory Council (PAIMI Council). If you are interested in volunteering in either capacity, please contact Kim Moody at DRM.
Disability Rights Maine does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, religion, disability or age in its programs or activities. Disability Rights Maine is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. Donations are tax deductible and gratefully accepted.