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Philanthropy
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Director of community relations at Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island talks about the Welcoming Rhode Island program. more
An initiative dubbed “Operation: Book Drop” delivered 8,223 books to the Talbot Innovation Middle School on May 22. more
The Dallas-based Container Store, a retailer of storage and organization products, opened its 66th store at Garden City Center on May 17, donating $16,000 to Crossroads Rhode Island as a result. more
The second annual Newport 10 Miler road race contributed $8,345 to the Fort Adams Trust, according to Gray Matter Marketing, a consultant and event management agency. more
Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island on May 19 released “Global Rhode Island,” a yearlong project designed to develop more inclusive policies, programs and practices for the state’s immigrants and target their skills for a growing economy. more
Stacie Parillo, the Newport Historical Society’s registrar and archivist, has been named a community representative for the Digital Public Library of America. more
You Look Like Me’s Daddy Daughter Dance, Charity by Design film screening and more. more
Rhode Island Latino Arts executive director talks about the group’s renaming and rebranding. more
Big Brothers Big Sisters recently announced that two Rhode Island residents have been named Big Brother and Big Sister of the Year in recognition of their work with youth mentees. more
In April, Collette employees served meals to the hungry at McAuley House, a Providence-based meal site and house of hospitality during the company’s seventh day of service in honor of National Volunteer Month. more
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