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During the organization’s 148th annual meeting, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Providence, the oldest continually operating club in the nation, named Cesar Pimental its Youth of the Year and appointed five new governors to its board. more
More than 500 people attended the sold-out Rhode Island Community Food Bank Truck Stop event April 29 and helped raise more than $132,000 to fight hunger and aid Rhode Islanders in need. more
Nancy Thomas, owner of Tapestry Communications, has been elected to the Art League of Rhode Island board of directors. Prior to starting her own public relations/marketing firm, Thomas served as vice president of communications at the Landmark … more
A Tuesday night lecture series featuring five physician talks and art shows will be hosted by Avondale Arts through Aug. 23 to benefit the Westerly Hospital Foundation. more
One hundred golfers took part in the Providence Children’s Museum’s 33rd annual Allen H. Chatterton Jr. Memorial Golf Tournament held on Aug. 1 at the Wannamoisett Country Club in Rumford, presented by Admirals Bank, and helped raise $57,725 for the museum. more
Grants totaling $65,000 were awarded to 32 local nonprofit organizations benefiting children by the Providence Rotary Charities Foundation, the charitable wing of the Rotary Club of Providence, the organization announced. more
Spanish-speaking interpreters are needed for a variety of positions at the Rhode Island Free Clinic, to help people who need medical care but who don’t speak English. more
Mission: To strengthen individuals, families and the communities in which they live by identifying needs and utilizing best practices. Year founded: 1866 President/CEO: Martin R. Sinnott 2014 revenue: $47.5 million … more
Anniversaries come and go, but this month there is one that should be noted with some Rhody pride. Hope & Main is the Warren nonprofit, food-business incubator that opened last October, and it has been busy. In the last 12 months, more than … more
Judith McSoley became major gifts officer at the Providence-based Adoption Rhode Island six months ago, after seven years as director of development and community relations. She has been at the nonprofit for 16 years. In her new post, as in the previous one, the responsibility is to help spread awareness about the mission of adoption from foster care. Here, she discusses how she helps fulfill that mission. more
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