BankNewport awards $45,000 for R.I. nonprofit food programs

BANKNEWPORT recently awarded $45,000 in grants to four Rhode Island organizations that fight food insecurity, including McAuley Ministries in Providence. Pictured from left: Carmen Diaz-Jusino, vice president, community development officer for BankNewport; Yvette Kenner, administrator for McAuley Ministries; Barbara Haynes, executive director for McAuley Ministries; and Erin Mallo, vice president and branch manager for BankNewport. / COURTESY BANKNEWPORT
NEWPORT – BankNewport recently awarded $45,000 in grants to four Rhode Island organizations that fight food insecurity, according to a news release. The grants were awarded to Barrington Tap-In, McCauley Ministries, The Salvation Army Providence Corps and the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. The grants will help support hot meals, food pantries and other food-related…

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