- Rural & Migrant Ministry Main Office
- PO BOX 4757
- Poughkeepsie, NY 12602
- (845) 485-8627
- (845) 485-1963 (fax)
- Western New York Office
- c/o Grace Church
- 9 Phelps St.
- Lyons, NY 14489
- Central New York Office
- 324 West Buffalo St.
- Ithaca, NY 14850
- 607-272-5062, ext. 12
- Fax: 607-272-4427
The annual Walkathon is a fundraiser for the RMM Summer Camp programs.
RMM is pleased to sponsor these annual events.
- Harvesting Justice Film Festival
- Rural & Migrant Ministry and The Little Theatre in Rochester
have joined together to present The Harvesting Justice Film
Festival, a series of films and discussions that address world-wide
labor and social justice issues. The four-part series takes place
the once per month at The Little Theater during the Winter.
- Sowing Seeds for Justice Dinner
- The Sowing Seeds for Justice Dinner is an annual event in New York City to raise support and awareness about farmworker justice in New York. The Dinner brings together an impressive array of farmworkers, labor and religious leaders, celebrities and youth leaders.
- Destiny Rural Women’s Conference
- The Destiny Rural Women’s Conference is a unique opportunity for rural women –isolated by location, language culture or resources – to connect and gain strength from one another and their allies, as they develop strategies and networks for change. The Conference takes place the first weekend in December.
- Holiday Fiesta & Toy Store
- RMM joins with the Daughters of Sarah(a rural women’s support organization) each year in eastern New York to host a Holiday Toy Store for rural and migrant families. Highlighting the Store is a Holiday Fiesta in Walkill, NY where all of the “RMM Family” is invited to a pot-luck feast featuring Turkey and Ham cooked by Daughters of Sarah. If you would like to donate new toys, clothing and items to the Store, get in touch with Jane Konitz at 845-485-8627.
- Black Heritage Dinner
- RMM joins with the Daughters of Sarah(a rural women’s support organization) each year in eastern New York as they host the annual Black Heritage Dinner. The Dinner, featuring the best southern cooking to be found in the region, takes place each February. The Dinner offers an opportunity to celebrate Black heritage and build networks that work for racial equality. If you would like to join us, get in touch with Ruth Faircloth at 845-485-8627