R.I. Foundation awards $300K in grants to nonprofits via census fund

ELECTED OFFICIALS and advocates are pictured at an R.I. Statehouse event last April to launch the state’s Complete Count efforts. The Rhode Island Foundation announced Monday that 26 nonprofit organizations received close to $300,000 in total for outreach and education that will encourage participation in the 2020 census. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION
ELECTED OFFICIALS and advocates are pictured at an R.I. Statehouse event last April to launch the state’s Complete Count efforts. The Rhode Island Foundation announced Monday that 26 nonprofit organizations received close to $300,000 in total for outreach and education that will encourage participation in the 2020 census. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION
PROVIDENCE – Twenty-six nonprofit organizations were the beneficiaries of close to $300,000 in grants offered by the Rhode Island Foundation through its Rhode Island Census 2020 Fund, the foundation announced Monday. The Rhode Island Foundation announced in October the program’s launch, in which the grants will support one-time or periodic activities for raising awareness about…

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