It’s about community. It’s about helping others…
Adventist Risk Management (ARM) partners with organizations and lay ministries to help communities around the globe build better futures. Its multi-faceted outreach program includes charitable giving, employee-sponsored mission trips, and skills-based volunteering in local community projects. ARM touches lives through The Good Neighbor House in Dayton, Ohio, Holbrook Indian School in Holbrook, Arizona, Parker Street Food and Furniture Bank in Nova Scotia, Canada, Habitat for Humanity, Ronald McDonald House, Adventist Community Services, and many others.
At each ARM-sponsored risk management conference, opportunities abound for attendees to participate in local community projects. Hundreds of volunteers renovate homes and buildings, create urban gardens, clean up parks, plant trees, and feed the homeless.
ARM also contributes to the outreach of the Seventh-day Adventist Church by encouraging its employees to participate in church-sponsored mission trips. These activities have impacted communities on every continent.
ARM maintains a caring, personal, strategic, and universal ministry as it actively participates in the global mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.