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Giving to Rocky Mountain Youth Corps

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps transforms our community through youth team service in the schools, landscapes and communities of northern and central New Mexico. Literally thousands of youth ages 16–25 years old have changed their lives through the positive youth development services of RMYC.

You can support the youth of New Mexico in many ways. Your donations will help purchase these essential items for our crews.


RMYC crews operate throughout the rugged terrain of northern and central New Mexico. Help provide safe, reliable transportation for project.


Throughout their term of service, Corpsmembers receive thorough job training and personal development opportunities. Your generous donation goes to materials, space rental, expert presenters and experiential field trips.


Donate to support our crews in the safe completion of projects. A typical RMYC crew needs hand tools such as shovels, picks, pulaskis, arid chainsaws, GPS and wood splitters.


Corpsmembers need a variety of support services-many work on their GED, other prepare for college and other begin their careers. Help RMYC to maintain our organization’s ability to work with all youth.

Giving Options

Memorial & Tribute Donation

Donate to commemorate a special event or to remember a loved one who has passed away. We’ll send a letter in recognition of your donation without revealing the dollar amount.

In-Kind Donations

Donate gifts or materials that support RMYC programming. Examples include professional services, tools, vehicles or office supplies.

Planned Gifts

Include RMYC in your Planned Giving Program. A plan gift is a powerful way to make a difference in your community. Contact us for planned giving options.


Become a part of RMYC’s legacy! Contact us for opportunities to volunteer at Service Days and other community events.

Special Event

Join Rocky Mountain Youth Corps for a Wilderness First Aid class on May 19th and 20th in Albuquerque.  SOLO will be offering this Wilderness First Aid course, this is a two-day introduction to general medical concepts and basic life support skills. It is targeted to the outdoor enthusiast on day trips or short adventures. The course is taught by professional instructors with significant patient care and backcountry experience.