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Social Welfare
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Several urban schools saw a record number of volunteers this past summer during eight service projects conducted by Serve Rhode Island. There were 561 volunteers who cumulatively donated more than 2,733 hours of service. more
PROVIDENCE – The Smith Hill Community Development Corp. and Sojourner House this month announced plans for the state’s first supportive housing project for domestic-abuse survivors, the Brown Daily Herald reported. more
The Matty Fund, a nonprofit that helps children and families living with epilepsy, has been selected by The Rite Aid Foundation as a new KidCents charity. more
Lead organizer for the George Wiley Center discusses the nonprofit’s work with people facing having their electric or gas utilities shut off. more
East Bay Center awards ceremony, WaterFire benefit bash and more. more
The Potter League for Animals will be offering workshops designed especially for Girl Scout Juniors, Brownies and Daisies, starting in late October. more
Youth In Action, a nonprofit focused on youth-leadership development and positive social change, has named Pegah Rahmanian as executive director. more
The Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Alliance Security, a company that installs and monitors home security systems, are teaming up to offer home protection to domestic violence victims. more
Rhode Islanders had the largest share of residents living in poverty last year among the New England states, according to information from The Economic Progress Institute. more
Bank Rhode Island awarded the Rhode Island Free Clinic a $2,500 charitable grant to support the clinic’s mission to provide health care to thousands of uninsured, working poor and low-income Rhode Islanders. more
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