Nonprofits strategize new revenue streams

Lillian Sanchez, an Amos House employee, works at a Pawtucket charter school.
Lillian Sanchez, an Amos House employee, works at a Pawtucket charter school.
As the state’s largest soup kitchen, mass food preparation is one thing the Amos House in South Providence knows how to do. With federal and state funding eroding in recent years, and tragedies like the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks or The Station nightclub fire pulling from private donations, Executive Director Eileen Hayes said the soup…

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