Our Community Efforts
Community has always been important to us, more important than checking a box or writing a check, and more important than adding our logo to the contributors list. Roads Rivers and Trails’ owners contribute hundreds of hours every year to volunteering in our city, within our parks, and with groups that promote the outdoors. We organize and lead events and efforts to build trails and clean rivers, and we encourage both employees and customers to get involved.
Our stewardship is important to the success and future of what we hold dear. We push our financial limits to help out whenever possible, contribute and maintain memberships with many organizations, and donate goods or services to others. We’d like to be forthright in our efforts, on our home page you can click any of the organizational logos to find out how RRT is involved with our community. While these organizations don’t account for every partnership, please review some organizations that we truly believe in and please consider donating your own time or money to help them succeed in their mission.
Visit our home page and click any of the organization logos to be directed to a detailed explanation of how RRT contributes to each.
Visit our Facebook page to see what upcoming Community Events you can get involved in. For more information on our partnership with Patagonia in awarding local grants please click here.
RRT also proudly supports the following organizations:
Red River Gorge Climbers’ Coalition, Camping and Education Foundation, Team River Runner, Girl Scouts of America, Team Red White and Blue, North Country Trail Association, Cincy Paddlers, Tri-state Kayakers, Milford Public Schools, Clermont County Parks, Great Parks of Hamilton County, Friends of the Little Miami, May We Help, Big City Mountaineers, Imago, Groundwork Cincinnati Mill Creek, WVXU Public Radio, Cardinal Land Conservancy, University of Cincinnati Mountaineering Club, Kentucky Natural Lands Trust, Collective Visions, Cincinnati Off Road Alliance, Friends of Red River Gorge, Heroes on the Water and the list continues to grow.