Community Involvement

At the Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini, LTD., we are honored to be a part of our community and happy to take any opportunity to give back any way we can. Over the years, our team has had the pleasure of working side-by-side with leaders in the community to make Rhode Island a better place for us all to live and work. The following represent just a few of the ways our team has been able to give back.

The Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini, LTD. is Proud to Support Rhode Islanders Sponsoring Education (RISE)

Helping Break the Cycle of Poverty Through RISE On Thursday, May 10, the Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini showed their support for the 20th RISE Fashion Show held at Fete Music Hall. Committed to providing educational opportunities for children of incarcerated parents, RISE works with families, community partners, and schools to help end the intergenerational cycle of poverty, addiction, and crime that often follows children into adulthood. Jason R. Resmini, a board member of RISE, works with a team of dedicated staff and other board members to achieve RISE’s mission. Watch this emotional video about the impact RISE has already had for local children.

Resmini/Fenton/O’Brien Scholarship Created by Ronald J. Resmini of the Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini, LTD.

The Resmini/Fenton/O’Brien Scholarship was created to help promising students from Rhode Island with substantial financial needs attend law school at Suffolk University. Our very own Ronald J. Resmini earned his JD in 1968 from the Suffolk University Law School, and Resmini feels indebted to the personal and professional inspiration former Dean John E. Fenton and John F. X. O’Brien provided him during his time at Suffolk.

Soon after graduating from Suffolk with his JD in 1968, Resmini went on to clerk for Rhode Island Supreme Court Justice William E. Powers before he entered into general practice. Over the course of his career, Resmini has been a prolific author, notable lecturer, and a fellow of the Rhode Island Bar Foundation. It was with a desire to provide others with the same foundational education that Ronald Resmini created the Resmini/Fenton/O’Brien Scholarship.

The Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini, LTD. Supports RISE

The entire team at the Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini, LTD., is excited to be working with the Rhode Islanders Sponsoring Education (RISE) organization. RISE provides mentoring and scholarships to support children with parents who have been incarcerated. By providing motivated students with the financial means to attend a private or parochial high school, RISE is designed to disrupt intergenerational cycles of poverty, addiction, and crime. To further support students who earn scholarships from RISE during their education, each student is paired with a healthy adult who acts as a mentor.

Once students are paired with mentors, the staff at RISE mediates the relationship between the children and their mentors, families, and schools. Beyond the services offered directly by RISE, their team also works to facilitate opportunities for SAT preparation, tutoring, summer programs, and Saturday enrichment activities. To learn more about RISE and what opportunities there are for you to contribute to their cause, take a moment to browse through their site.

The Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini, LTD. supports The Gia Allemand Foundation

At the Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini, LTD., our team is proud to support The Gia Allemand Foundation in its mission to help young women discover ways to overcome the spectrum of issues that are associated with emotional abuse and neglect. The foundation hopes to provide psychological support services, workshops, and safe environments to young women who are struggling with depression, abuse, addiction, suicide ideation, and anorexia, among a number of other issues.

The Gia Allemand Foundation was created in loving memory of Gia Allemand. To learn more about the foundation or to learn more about what you may be able to do to support this important organization, please take some time to read more at The Gia Allemand Foundation website.