The RMCSR must rely entirely on philanthropic contributions, competitively awarded grants, and corporate partners to support its research and injury risk reduction training programs. Accordingly, those who value the importance of the RMCSR's mission are invited to provide generous charitable support to ensure that the RMCSR's important work continues uninterrupted.
Gift of Cash
A gift of cash is the simplest form of gift, and is fully tax-deductible for purposes of federal and state income tax calculations. The value of the cash gift is the face value of the cash or check. A gift of cash can be made with a debit or credit card by clicking the "Donate Now" button above or can be mailed to:
The Rocky Mountain Consortium for Sports Research
P.O. Box 1272
Edwards, CO 81632
Become a Corporate Sponsor
The RMCSR serves the greater good of their community with the support of corporate sponsors. Please click here for more information to support the RMCSR's community-based research projects and educational events.
Support of Promising Research and Development Projects
At any given moment, the RMCSR has a backlog of ideas to pursue innovative research and development projects which can only be undertaken with the necessary funding committed in advance. The RMCSR seeks gifts of all amounts to fund cutting-edge research and development projects.
Acquisition of Research Equipment
Cutting-edge movement technology designed by the RMCSR requires the use of sophisticated scientific instruments and equipment that add to the bottom line of a research project. The RMCSR seeks gifts that can be used to acquire new research instruments or equipment that will further develop the scope of their mobile laboratory.
Support of Research Fellowship
The RMCSR seeks gifts each year to offset the cost of a young scientist's education at the University of Denver. A donor may name a Fellowship with an annual gift of $50,000 to go towards the support of an engineering or computer science student in the Center of Orthopaedic Biomechanics at the University of Denver.
The Fellowship program promotes the education of talented new scientists in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM); and increases the depth and breadth of the RMCSR's research program. Formal recruitment offers requires the funds to be committed before the beginning of an academic year or quarter. Partial support will go towards a general research fund.
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