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In July 2016, Amanda Leite became executive director of the American Heart Association - Southern New England, after previously serving as senior Heart Walk director for the organization. She talked with Providence Business News about the AHA’s role in helping Rhode Islanders reduce their risks of heart attacks and cardiac disease and her new role with the AHA. more
The state’s $11 million Community Service Grant program will be replaced with two methods of funding community-based organizations, including itemized budget appropriations and competitive programs administered by state agencies more
Melissa Cummings will chair the 2017 Southern New England Go Red For Women Luncheon, an annual women’s event emphasizing cardiovascular health. As a cornerstone piece of the American Heart Association Go Red For Women movement, the event raises awareness and urges action to prevent or survive the greatest and fifth-greatest killers of women – heart disease and stroke, respectively. more
The Rhode Island Foundation is offering a workshop on advocacy and lobbying for nonprofits on March 24. more
The 2016 annual Alliance Française de Providence Gourmet Dinner will be held on Saturday, Sept. 24, at the International House of Rhode Island. more
(Updated 1:27 p.m.) The executive director of Save The Bay says it is premature for the R.I. Energy Facility Siting Board to make a decision on the proposed natural gas-fired power plant in Burrillville before the state adopts a greenhouse gas reduction strategy. more
Jean M. Johnson left her position as the longtime executive director of the House of Hope Community Development Corp. more
Every state in the nation has a wage gap between what women and men are paid. Rhode Island ranks 15th best for its 18-cent wage gap, according to an analysis released this week from the National Partnership for Women & Families. more
The Pawtucket Foundation has unveiled its four 2017 awards celebration honorees, who will be recognized at an event on April 26 at the Pawtucket Armory Arts Center. more
More than 50 individuals and organizations have sent comments and critiques this month to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which has unveiled a $58.6 million plan to elevate structures in four Rhode Island communities threatened by coastal sea rise. more
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