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As homelessness and food insecurity have continued to rise in Rhode Island, so have the resources and determination of the Providence In-Town Churches Association under the leadership of Executive Director Diana Burdette. PICA serves the capital city’s homeless, poor and elderly in need of help through its food pantry, daily meal site and other outreach programs. more
A dispute between the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra and Music School and the commission overseeing East Providence’s finances has inspired the submission of legislation that would permanently protect arts and cultural nonprofits’ tax-exempt status, something many of them are worried is in danger as cash-strapped municipalities look to levy property taxes on the organizations. more
When organizers of the local Puerto Rican Cultural Festival learned this year’s National Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York City would be dedicated to the state of Rhode Island, they envisioned using the event to showcase the Ocean State before an anticipated crowd of 1 million live spectators and the many more who would see the event through the media. more
At its annual meeting Wednesday evening, the Rhode Island Foundation presented its three annual awards to Rhode Islanders “who have shown tremendous leadership and dedication to improving out state and the quality of life for others through their philanthropy and community engagement,” according to a release. more
Through its private, charitable foundation, Our Family for Families First, Corvias Group has presented $500,000 worth of college scholarships to 10 students of military families stationed throughout the country. more
On May 11, more than 250 guests gathered in the Grand Pavilion of the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick to help raise money and support for Friends Way, a bereavement center for children and families. more
Employees of E.A. Dion Inc., an Attleboro-based jewelry designer and manufacturer, recently turned out to show their support the 2013 American Heart Association’s Southern New England Heart Walk. more
After overcoming severe asthma, Nick Friend, 14, of East Providence was recently named 2013 Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Rhode Island Champion. more
Manton Avenue Project gala, Birth Network fundraiser and more. more
The Rhode Island Community Food Bank has added a new 22-foot refrigerated truck to its fleet, courtesy of a $120,493 grant from the Champlin Foundations, the food bank announced Thursday. more
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