WaterFire receives $250K grant from Champlin Foundations

THE WaterFire Arts Center is slated to open in March. WaterFire received a $250,000 grant from The Champlin Foundations on Thursday to help fund its “Inspire, Imagine, Ignite – The Campaign for WaterFire” capital fundraising initiative. / COURTESY WATERFIRE PROVIDENCE
THE WaterFire Arts Center is slated to open in March. WaterFire received a $250,000 grant from The Champlin Foundations on Thursday to help fund its “Inspire, Imagine, Ignite – The Campaign for WaterFire” capital fundraising initiative. / COURTESY WATERFIRE PROVIDENCE
PROVIDENCE – WaterFire received a $250,000 grant from The Champlin Foundations on Thursday to help fund its “Inspire, Imagine, Ignite – The Campaign for WaterFire” capital fundraising initiative, the public phase of which launched Thursday evening during the second annual FireBall. Charlie Meyers, the campaign’s chair, a WaterFire Providence board member and president of MetroPark…

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