Local nonprofits, new and returning, seek to benefit on 401Gives Day

CORTNEY NICOLATO is the CEO and president of the United Way of Rhode Island. The United way is holding its 401 GIVES DAY on Friday with hopes to raise $4.01 million for local nonprofits. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
PROVIDENCE – Melissa Guillet knows full well how to help the community discover itself. At Johnston-based nonprofit 15 Minute Field Trips, Guillet – the organization’s creative director – offers children across the state hands-on education programs that intersect art with the natural world. The organization brings pop-up museums and exploration tables to the classroom, and…

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