Nine nonprofits receive grants from HarborOne Foundation Rhode Island

HARBORONE FOUNDATION RHODE ISLAND issued $32,500 in grants to nine nonprofits in the Greater Providence area. Pictured, from left, are Jana Planka, vice president and regional manager for HarborOne Bank; Sharon Conard Wells, executive director West Elmwood Housing Development Corp.; and Claudia McConaghy, branch officer for HarborOne Bank's Providence office./COURTESY HARBORONE FOUNDATION RHODE ISLAND
WARWICK — Nine nonprofit organizations in the Greater Providence area received a combined $32,500 in financial support from the HarborOne Foundation Rhode Island for their work helping children and families, the foundation announced Friday. The foundation said that it focuses its support on organizations that provide educational opportunities, create access to “safe and affordable” housing,…

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