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The nonprofit community development corporation ONE Neighborhood Builders will celebrate on Oct. 14 the initial development of Amherst Gardens, a scattered site project that will create 36 residential units and two commercial units. more
Rebecca Seggel is communications director for Farm Fresh Rhode Island, a nonprofit that is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market. more
The Rhode Island Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association will host a workshop focusing on the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s for individuals with Down syndrome. more
Four programs were chosen by United Way of Rhode Island to share $155,000 from its Housing for All Fund, to put in motion safe, healthy and affordable housing programs, according to a release by the organization on Thursday. more
As the new collections manager for The Preservation Society of Newport County, Katherine Garrett-Cox’s primary responsibility will be the stewardship of the museum's more than 55,000 object collection. more
The Little Compton Historical Society has joined Preserve Rhode Island as a partner in hosting the eighth annual Little Compton Antiques Festival. more
An “Alice in Wonderland”-themed fundraiser to benefit the Association of Migraine Disorders’ interdisciplinary migraine pathology research will be held at Newport’s Fort Adams State Park on Aug. 7. more
The Association of Fundraising Professionals Rhode Island Chapter will celebrate National Philanthropy Day at the Twin River Event Center on Nov. 18. The day is an annual celebration of philanthropy, and hundreds will gather to honor, recognize and applaud the work of local nonprofits, volunteers and donors for the impact they have on organizations and communities throughout Rhode Island. more
Providence Community Library was awarded a renewable, three-year $89,320 grant from the United Way of Rhode Island to support its Summer Reading in the Schoolyard program, which began July 5 and will deliver summer reading opportunities to students who do not have access to regular library services over the vacation months via its existing mobile library. more
Sherilyn Brown is education director at the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, which, with the R.I. Department of Health, recently partnered to create the Arts & Health Advisory Group, which grew out of Rhode Island artists’ experiences working in the fields of health and healing. more
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