Child & Family receives $120K in grants to fund community programs

CHILD & FAMILY ACCEPTS $50,000 from the Walmart Foundation for its Supportive Housing program for homeless women and their children during the organization's 151st annual meeting on Nov. 16. From left: Donna Sousa, Walmart associate, Newport store; Marty Sinnott, Child & Family president and CEO; Becky Calvert, Walmart manager, Newport store; Tina O'Loughlin, Walmart associate, Newport store; and Sara Hiebner, vice chair, Child & Family board of directors. / COURTESY CHILD & FAMILY/KIM FULLER PHOTOGRAPHY
CHILD & FAMILY ACCEPTS $50,000 from the Walmart Foundation for its Supportive Housing program for homeless women and their children during the organization's 151st annual meeting on Nov. 16. From left: Donna Sousa, Walmart associate, Newport store; Marty Sinnott, Child & Family president and CEO; Becky Calvert, Walmart manager, Newport store; Tina O'Loughlin, Walmart associate, Newport store; and Sara Hiebner, vice chair, Child & Family board of directors. / COURTESY CHILD & FAMILY/KIM FULLER PHOTOGRAPHY
MIDDLETOWN – Marking the holiday season and end of the year, Child & Family announced the receipt of $120,000 in grants from national nonprofit organizations, which will fund their programs throughout the community. Supporting vulnerable children, at-risk families and elders in need throughout the Ocean State, the grants include: The Walmart Foundation ($50,000): This grant…

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