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Mechanics Cooperative Bank donated $25,000 to local nonprofits through its second annual “Let’s Keep It Local! Community Grant Program!” more
Citizens Bank awarded Coventry resident Christina Roberts with its 2016 Credo Champion for Community Award because of her commitment to the local community. more
Sixty youth literacy kits and no-sew fleece blankets were donated by employees of BankNewport and OceanPoint Insurance Agency through the United Way of Rhode Island as part of the companies’ workplace giving campaign. more
The underrepresentation of women in fields that require advanced math and science, including computer science and engineering, could have its start with their education as younger girls. Education research has found self-confidence among … more
Since April, a partnership between Southcoast Health and the United Way of Greater New Bedford’s Hunger Commission has facilitated the donation of hundreds of gallons of frozen soup to those in need. more
Anne Quinterno is a project manager of economic security at United Way of Rhode Island. The nonprofit this year is hosting several free tax preparation sessions through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and Site/Earned Income Tax Credit Initiative. Quinterno, with more than 20 years of experience working with municipal and state government entities, nonprofits and in public policy, talks with Providence Business News about the initiative and what impact it’s having in the state. more
Artists Len Cabral and Charlene Carpenzano have been named local Rhode Island Pell Award winners for excellence in the arts. more
The historic Broadwall Farm, one of the last large unprotected farms in the state, has been purchased for $660,000 by the R.I. Department of Environmental Management in partnership with The Nature Conservancy. more
What are the biggest hurdles to starting a business in Rhode Island? Big hurdle No. 1 is finding seed funding – particularly in the energy business and particularly in Rhode Island. … Big hurdle No. 2 is finding mentors for technology … more
Darryl Kosciak has been selected to serve as executive director of the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless. He holds a B.A. in teaching and master's degree in sport psychology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. more
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