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As part of its Pedals for Medals campaign, Operation Homefront is seeking volunteers and sponsors residing in New England states to donate either a 30-minute workout on a stationery bike or sponsor a rider to raise awareness and funds for veterans, military families and wounded warriors this July. more
The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities announced Tom Roberts, Lorén Spears, Providence Children’s Film Festival and Marta Martínez as its award recipients for the 2016 Celebration of the Humanities, which will take place Oct. 6 at the Providence Public Library. more
Legislation that could allow more foreclosed homeowners to stay in their homes, and repurchase them through nonprofit organizations, has been approved by the General Assembly. more
Turning the tables, Providence Children’s Museum is hosting Play On, a night of exploration at the museum for adults age 21 and over the evening of Saturday, June 11. more
In connection with the upcoming British Motorcar Festival, Michael and Brenda Gorman, owners of Gorman Clocks, are raffling an 89th anniversary edition Howard Miller clock to benefit ExploreBristol’s community programs. more
For the past 20 years, Jonny Skye has worked with children and families in a variety of capacities. She has experience as a teacher, administrator, program director, researcher and educational equity policy maker, the bulk of which was completed in Providence. Now the executive director of Rhode Islanders Sponsoring Education, Skye has come to like working in the nonprofit sector, calling it a “fascinating experience.” more
Canstruction RI has announced the winners of this year’s competition, where architects, builders and contractors construct sculptures out of canned goods to benefit the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. more
Citizens Bank is now accepting applications through Feb. 26 for its second 2016 Champion in Action program, providing financial, volunteer and public relations support to local nonprofits. more
Tom McGovern, executive director of Warwick-based A Wish Come True, first began his service with the nonprofit as a board member in 1991. He has since held numerous positions on the board, including serving as president for 10 years. more
Historic New England has obtained a $29,780 grant from the Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission’s State Preservation Grants Program to help preserve the 1691 Clemence-Irons House. more
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