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Rhode Island Hospital’s 150th Anniversary Celebration of Caring highlighted the hospital’s past and present accomplishments during its gala event on Nov.16 at the R.I. Convention Center. more
Co-founder of Ocean State Theatre Company talks about the organization’s mission and its more
East Bay Strider race, Potter League auction and more. more
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has launched the Bill Belichick Foundation, a nonprofit created to provide coaching, mentorship, and financial assistance to individuals, communities and organizations with a focus on the sports of football and lacrosse. more
The Rhode Island chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals presented Gregg’s Restaurants & Pubs with the Award for Outstanding Philanthropic Corporation at the National Philanthropy Day Breakfast & Award Ceremony on Nov. 26 at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet. more
The Schwartz Center for Children on Dec. 13 hosted its annual Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast and honored two volunteers, Margaret Alden-Roderick and Kenneth Shwartz. more
As it has for more than 25 years, the Blackstone Valley Community Action Program this week gave out thousands of toys as well as hats, gloves and mittens to brighten the holiday season of area families. more
Hasbro Inc. and Brown University will each donate $25,000 to make up for the theft of $50,000 worth of technology from Sophia Academy and to fund the installation of new security equipment at the school. more
Team Hasbro employees join Hasbro Inc. President and CEO Brian Goldner, rear middle, on Dec. 6, assembling and packaging more than 136,000 meals for families in need at the company’s Pawtucket headquarters. The work was part of the company’s first Global Day of Joy, a service-oriented initiative involved Hasbro’s 5,000 employees worldwide. The Pawtucket effort was in partnership with Outreach Inc. – a U.S.-based hunger-relief organization. more
After the Providence Preservation Society lost its previous executive director to a Florida art gallery, the organization turned to the Sunshine State for a replacement, hiring Jennings, Fla. native Charles Brent Runyon in October. Runyon, who goes by his middle name, brings a background in electrical engineering to a job that has traditionally focused on defending unloved structures from the wrecking ball. But like other groups across the country, the preservation society in its middle age has become more involved in “place making” and city revitalization efforts, or urbanism, which often combines new development with historic rehabilitation. more
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