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CRANSTON – Serve Rhode Island and eight local nonprofit organizations will receive more than $2.14 million in federal AmeriCorps grants, Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., said in a news release. more
Wood River Health Services was recently recognized with a Worksite Health Award by Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island and the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce. more
National Grid recently donated a $30,000 challenge grant to South County Habitat for Humanity in support of their newest project, “Home for a Hero” which provides homes for disabled veterans. National Grid is asking local companies to contribute as much as they can to match their donation as part of the challenge. more
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Partners in Service, a collaboration of religious groups, businesses and service groups, gathered June 14 for an appreciation breakfast in celebration of more than a year of service to Rhode Island communities. Roughly 50 attended the breakfast, which was held at Save The Bay in Providence, and featured the Rev. Donald Anderson, executive minister of the Rhode Island State Council of Churches. more
The Brickman Group and New England Turf recently teamed up to donate their landscaping services and materials to The Bannister House in Providence. more
Arpin Group has created an ongoing campaign that provides support to areas in the United States and around the world that have fallen victim to disaster. Arpin Strong works to provide financial support in response to tragedy by participating in and holding events to collect donations and emergency supplies. more
During its annual fundraiser held earlier this month, Bradley Hospital raised $348,850 for children and families struggling with psychiatric, emotional and behavioral disorders. more
Employees at The Miriam Hospital recently received the American Heart Association Hospital Cup at a fundraising event to fight heart disease and stroke. Miriam Hospital President Arthur Sampson presented the trophy to Miriam employees Karen Joost, Jaime Longval and Monica Anderson at the Southern New England Heart Walk at Colt State Park in Bristol. The recipients served as company leaders and helped the hospital recruit 333 walkers, who raised more than $58,000 for the fight against heart disease and stroke. more
BankNewport made a $5,000 grant to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank in support of its Kids Cafe initiative, a program that currently feeds more than 600 children at nine sites in Providence and Newport. more
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