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Nonprofits have until April 1 to apply for the Rhode Island Foundation’s 2015 Best Practices Awards. more
Gayle Corrigan, president of Management Resource Partners, has been named vice chair of the YMCA of Greater Providence board of directors. She holds a B.A. in political science and Russian from the University of Rochester, an MBA in accounting from … more
Carolina Correa has been named major gifts officer and young leaders circle manager at United Way of Rhode Island. Correa has been recognized by CNN as one of its Top 20 Young People Who Rock and by Hispanic Magazine as a Top 15 Young Hispanic Icon … more
Nicole Green, director of strategic alliance at CVS Health's MinuteClinic division, has been named to the Rhode Islanders Sponsoring Education board of trustees. She holds a B.A. from Saint Anselm College. more
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Foundation has awarded $17.2 million in grants to fund dozens of programs throughout Rhode Island in the first half of 2015 – the highest amount in recent years. Dozens of nonprofits received grants through … more
The Aquidneck Land Trust raised $215,000 for conservation efforts and celebrated 25 years on July 25 at its 2015 Annual Fiesta Verde. more
Executive director of the Providence Rescue Mission discusses the role of the nonprofit in helping those in need. more
Nearly 100 golfers helped the Providence Children’s Museum raise a record $51,000 at its 32nd annual Allen H. Chatterton Jr. Memorial Golf Tournament in early August. more
The Bristol County Savings Charitable Foundation has awarded grants totaling $62,000 to 13 Pawtucket area nonprofits and other organizations. more
The Centreville Savings Bank Charitable Foundation has pledged $150,000 to help create the Station Fire Memorial Park. Centreville Bank also has received permanent naming rights for the Memorial Pavilion, the centerpiece for the park. more
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