Our Vision

The River Valley Club (RVC) has a longstanding tradition of giving back to the community. We believe the Upper Valley is a special corner of the world and we intend to help ensure that everyone here thrives.

Giving Back in 2019

RVC donated over $100k to local organizations and events, including, but not limited to the following: American Heart AssociationBuddy Up, CHaD HERO, CrossRoads Academy, Enfield Shaker Museum, Family Place, Hanover Hockey Association, Hartford Dismas House, High Horses, The Prouty, Project Purple, Lebanon Opera House, Maynard House, Michael Murphy Foundation, Montshire, NCCT, North Country Chordsmen, Northern Stage, Norwich Lion’s Club, Norwich Women’s Club, Opera North, Sharon Academy, Skating Club at Dartmouth, The Dance Collective, Upper Valley Senior Center, Upper Valley Haven, VINS, Waypoint, and WISE.

RVC offers all full-time employees 16 hours of Community Paid Time Off.

Our Mission

If your mission aligns with ours, we would be pleased to review your donation request. We receive hundreds of requests each year and though we may not be able to donate to all requests, we are proud of the support we are able to provide our local community. Please consider filling out the form on this page and remember our five personal core values:

• Our members are the #1 priority
• We are always listening
• We deliver results and develop relationships
• We are passionate about our professions
• We are here to serve

Donation Request Form

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What our members say

 Jennifer Packard
Jennifer Packard

Whether you’re just starting out, trying to get back into a routine, or are feeling frustrated with your current regimen: Your fitness journey is your own. Don’t compare yourself to anyone else.

 Terry Hall
Terry Hall

‘Can’t’ is no longer in my vocabulary, and I have a sense of pride in my ability to work toward a goal and not only achieve it, but often exceed it.