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Social Welfare
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The Newport Polo Club has named the Roger Williams Park Zoo as the beneficiary of this year’s International Polo Charity Ball, “The Safari Ball.” more
Two Rhode Island groups have received grants from Third Sector New England, a Boston-based nonprofit-support organization, to maintain projects to promote co-operative businesses and end racial profiling in the state. more
Raising the federal minimum wage to $10.10 an hour from the current $7.25 an hour could help more than 89,300 Rhode Islanders and 453,100 Bay Staters make ends meet, according to a state-by-state analysis released by the White House last week. more
he city will celebrate its 375th anniversary on April 28 with publication of a new book, exhibits and the launch of reproduction shoes. more
An April 26 fundraiser at The Vets Foundation will honor philanthropists John and Letitia Carter, whose support helped renovate a ballroom at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium. more
Best Of Newport Soiree, Wilbuty Theatre Beggars Banquet and more. more
President and CEO of St. Elizabeth Community talks about the organization’s growth. more
Volunteers from UPS recently helped organize a room used to support an employment program to benefit House of Hope Community Development Corp. more
Forty-two Cox Communications employees recently volunteered to teach elementary school students about entrepreneurship and financial literacy at George J. West Elementary School. more
Toby Shepherd will join the Rhode Island Foundation as a grant programs officer effective May 5. Shepherd will lead the foundation’s grant-making in the education sector, serving as the lead on educational issues, working with stakeholders and evaluating funding proposals. more
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