Your donations are critical to our ability to
protect and advance the rights of people with disabilities.
Disability Rights Rhode Island (DRRI) is an independent, nonprofit legal agency designated as Rhode Island’s federal Protection and Advocacy (P&A) System. We are part of the national P&A network created by Congress to help secure and advance the rights of people with disabilities.
Established in 1977, we currently administer nine federally funded programs that authorize us to provide legal protection and advocacy across a broad spectrum of disability-related issues. Individually, we provide services to over a thousand persons with disabilities each year, while our systems advocacy work impacts the broader disability community as a whole.
Our Mission is to assist Rhode Islanders with differing abilities in their efforts to achieve full inclusion in society and to exercise their civil and human rights through the provision of legal advocacy.
Disability Rights Rhode Island (DRRI) is registered as a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization with the Rhode Island Secretary of State’s office.
How to Give
Using one of the ways of giving listed below, you can easily make a tax-deductible cash, credit card or personal check donation.
You may choose to honor, celebrate or remember someone with an investment in DRRI. However you choose to give, please include the name and address of the person in whose name you are giving (or their family) and we will inform them of your gift.
Ways to Give
- Online: Donate to DRRI!
- By Mail: Print mail-in form
- By Phone
Call 401-831-3150, or toll free 1-800-733-5332 and our staff will be pleased to process your donation.
- Automatic Bank Transfer
Contribute regularly, with your gift automatically transferred from your bank account in the frequency and amount you wish. It’s quick, simple and it saves on paper and postage.
How Disability Rights Rhode Island Uses Your Donations
It is only through your financial support that we can provide thousands of Rhode Islanders with disabilities with information and referral, case services, education and advocacy.