How You Can Support RCAP Solutions
You can help further the mission of RCAP Solutions by making a financial contribution or volunteering on our Board of Directors. By supporting our work, you can make a difference in the lives of individuals, families, and the communities in which they live.
Help us provide safe, affordable housing and healthy, clean drinking water and wastewater services to rural community residents, and much more with a monetary donation.
We seek energetic leaders with a wide range of expertise who want to change the world and empower communities to thrive.
Are you passionate about seniors, people with disabilities, or affordable housing? We seek committed and creative volunteers to join the Board of Directors at several properties.
We aim to engage local support agencies to create an advisory and referral network. Additionally, we welcome expert feedback on how our FSS program can improve and better serve participants by identifying service gaps.
At RCAP Solutions, we strive to improve the quality of life for individuals, families, and the communities in which they live. These testimonials highlight our work and outreach efforts so that others may benefit from our services.
“Because I live and work in Worcester, I wanted to be involved with an organization making a difference in my community. RCAP Solutions has a strong presence in the greater Worcester area and I am proud to support the work they do both locally and throughout the Northeast.”
“I believe in RCAP Solutions’ mission and find the committed staff provides important services to those in need. It is an honor to be a member of RCAP Solutions’ Board of Directors.”
“Serving on RCAP Solutions’ Board of Directors provides an opportunity to contribute to improving the communities in which we live and work. Facing the challenges of improving basic needs for living is no easy task – but RCAP Solutions takes on that challenge every day to better communities and individuals lives. I find it personally rewarding to help in any small way I can.”