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Philanthropy
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Richard Beretta recently received the Michael Wiggins Leadership Award from Friends Way and the Light of Hope Philanthropy Award from Gateway Healthcare, for his extensive involvement with both organizations. He is a shareholder at Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C., where he defends both insured and self-insured clients in many different fields. Beretta has been selected as a Rhode Island “Super Lawyer” in 2013, among several other recognitions. When he is not defending a client, Beretta volunteers his time by serving on numerous boards and committees, such as Trinity Repertory Company and St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation. more
Operation Stand Down Rhode Island has received a $225,000 federal grant that will be used to help local veterans find jobs. more
Marking more than five decades of support to the Chorus of Westerly, Washington Trust recently presented the organization with a check for $11,000. more
The Family Service of Rhode Island’s Little Owls Visual Learners Program for toddlers diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder is the recipient of a $10,753 grant from the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism. more
Leigh A. Reposa, manager of a state Youth Suicide Prevention Program, has won the 2014 Robert S. Burgess Community Service Award. more
Co-founder of nonprofit Lifecycle talks about the organization and its fundraising work. more
Beaux Arts Ball, RI Corp 5K and more. more
Bank Rhode Island has awarded a $1,500 grant to New Urban Arts to support their two nationally recognized programs, Summer Inquiry and Mentorship in the Arts. more
GTECH Corp. was a “silver supporter” to this year’s Special Olympics Rhode Island summer games on May 30 through June 1, donating $3,000 to the 46-year-old nonprofit organization. more
The Boys & Girls Club of Newport County this past week served as the official charitable partner of the 32nd Newport Charter Yacht Show. more
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