10 R.I. nonprofits get helping hand from HarborOne Foundation

OFFICIALS FROM MENTOR RHODE ISLAND accept a $20,000 grant from HarborOne Foundation Rhode Island. From left are Cathy Collins, Mentor Rhode Island; Jo-Ann Schofield, Mentor Rhode Island executive director; Jana Planka, vice president at HarborOne Bank; and Christopher Margadonna, Mentor Rhode Island. / COURTESY HARBORONE FOUNDATION RHODE ISLAND
WARWICK – HarborOne Foundation Rhode Island is awarding grants to 10 nonprofits in Rhode Island for their work assisting children and families. “We are excited to expand to Rhode Island to help these outstanding organizations and people serve the financial needs of local individuals, families, businesses and schools,” said James Blake, CEO of HarborOne Bank,…

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