vody/> RCM - Revitalizing Community Membership: Empowering Independence: March 2022

Sunday, March 27, 2022

CEO Amy Brooks Was Privileged to Visit and Meet the Keystone Moldova Team in 2019

CEO Amy Brooks was privileged to visit and meet the Keystone Moldova Team in 2019. People from Moldova are opening their homes and hearts to help their neighbors from Ukraine. Please give if you can, all money goes directly to relief services.

About: Keystone Human Services

“Each donation is a hand of help and solidarity to support the basic needs of people with disabilities in emergency situations.” Donate to support Keystone Moldova to help Ukrainian refugees: https://donate.onecause.com/khsmoldovasupport 

Keystone Moldova is working at Palanca on the Moldova-Ukraine border, providing hot meals, heated tents where mothers and children can relax until the next part of their journey, supplies, mental health first aid, and information. Our greatest needs right now are financial and humanitarian aid. 100% of your donation goes directly to Keystone Moldova to help Ukrainian refugees.

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Friday, March 18, 2022

Thank You Jersey Mike’s From The SODC Track and Field Team

Sharing from: Special Olympics DC  

Thank you Jersey Mike’s for having SODC Track and Field team, not only did you serve some delicious subs but you also fueled our athletes up so they could dance and sing! 

What are you doing on March 30th? Our Track and Field team will be at Jersey Mike’s to thankyou for supporting us on the Day of Giving! #sodc #specialolympicssummergames #inclusivehealth

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Relax and Unwind with a “Breathe and Rest” Yoga Session! Register Now :Session 2 - Thursday, March 31st from 7 - 8:30pm

DC Developmental Disabilities Council

Relax and Unwind with a “Breathe and Rest” Yoga Session! DC Autism Parents (DCAP)      and Learn the signs. Act early. DC are hosting the next restorative yoga session on Th., Mar. 31st from 7-8:30pm. This session is for Black and African American parents and caregivers of children 0-8 who live in the DMV. Register here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BreatheandRestMarch31

#ActEarlyDC #BreatheAndRest #Parenting #ParentResiliency


Special Olympics Calls Off World Winter Games In Russia

Special Olympics is canceling its upcoming World Winter Games as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

The international competition was supposed to be held in Kazan, Russia in January 2023.

In light of the current situation, however, Special Olympics International said it could “no longer ensure the effectiveness of the World Winter Games in Kazan or the safety of our athletes and community.”

To read more on this story, click here: Special Olympics Calls Off World Winter Games In Russia


Monday, March 7, 2022

Special Olympics DC Tennis Team Enjoyed Jersey Mike’s this Past Weekend!

Sharing from: Special Olympics DC is in Washington D.C.

Our @specialolympicsusagames tennis team enjoyed their @jerseymikes this past weekend! Athletes got the opportunity to make their own sandwich! 

Mark your calendars for March 30th, for the Jersey Mike’s Day of giving! We will be at different dc locations throughout the day!


Sunday, March 6, 2022

We Stand with Ukraine: Keystone Provides Medical Attention to Refugees with Disabilities


Ways to help!

Sharing from: Valley Community Services  

As crises evolve, a rising number of Ukrainian people are being displaced from their homes. Keystone Moldova has been working diligently to provide hot meals to refugees fleeing their homes. Keystone has also provided medical attention to refugees with disabilities. 

Please use the link below to read more about Keystone Moldova’s efforts and consider a donation. 



Competing for Miss United Stages Agriculture

Inclusion Everywhere Matters

Katie Haynes is a 22 year old and a Youngsville, NC native. She is currently she is severing as your  2022 North Carolina Miss Agriculture Advocacy Ambassador and your 2022 North Carolina People’s Choice Miss United States Agriculture.​​​​​​​​

Katie lives with many chronic illness and special needs. One of the main one being Asperger Syndrome. She choses to live everyday to the fullest and make the best of life! She wants to make sure no one gets left behind or forgotten about! Join Katie in helping make sure everyone has a place in agriculture despite obstacles have to overcome!​​​​​​​​


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