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Mechanics Cooperative Bank recently announced four scholarship award winners. The high school seniors, who will receive $1,000 prizes for their accomplishments, are Katelyn Cappello of Somerset Berkley Regional High School, Shawn Sowersby of Durfee High School and Deanna Pacheco and Steven Tran, both of Coyle and Cassidy High School. more
Roger Williams Park Zoo raised more than $260,000 at its recent annual fundraising event, “Zoobilee! Feasts with the Beasts.” The funds, which were raised with the support of local businesses, sponsors, a committee of community leaders and about 1,300 guests, will support the zoo’s education and conservation programs next year. more
Vice president, Charity by Design – more
The Kent Hospital NK5K Road Race/Walk is set for Saturday, Sept. 7 in North Kingstown. Kent Hospital will be the corporate sponsor for this event, which takes walkers and runners on a 3.1-mile route through North Kingstown. more
The city, its YMCA and the nonprofit Partnership for Providence Parks are offering a summer and fall program dubbed Fitness in Providence Parks. The program provides exercise and fitness activities to help support healthy lifestyles and encourage residents to use and enjoy the city’s green spaces. more
Coming up with creative solutions to fundraising challenges is what Seaside Consulting Inc., owner Lynne Donahue believes sets her work apart from the competition. more
In June, Trinity Repertory Company hosted its 17th annual Pell Awards in a new spot – one where guests could enjoy a Mojito-flavored cupcake or a lamb martini at meal stations anytime they wanted after the playhouse ceremony. more
For most organizations, innovation planning has a heavily internal focus. But for The Rhode Island Foundation, a nonprofit leader of philanthropic ventures in the state, a recent push for innovation started with a clarion call outward. more
Rogean Makowski, a senior vice president in wealth management, interacts with a lot of people at the Westerly-based The Washington Trust Co., but connecting with colleagues through community service has opened even more doors. more
The trajectory of a company or organization sometimes shifts a few degrees around the time of a major anniversary, whether it’s 20, 25, 30 or 60 years. more
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