Rhode Island Foundation awards nearly $225K in community grants

J.R. NEVILLE OF THE African Alliance describes how his organization will use a grant from the Rhode Island Foundation to create an urban farm in South Providence. The Alliance is 1 of 30 nonprofits that will share nearly $225,000 in grants to make community improvements across Rhode Island./ PHOTO COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION
J.R. NEVILLE OF THE African Alliance describes how his organization will use a grant from the Rhode Island Foundation to create an urban farm in South Providence. The Alliance is 1 of 30 nonprofits that will share nearly $225,000 in grants to make community improvements across Rhode Island./ PHOTO COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION
PROVIDENCE – Supporting work that ranges from creating performance spaces and urban farms to restoring playgrounds and historic parks, the Rhode Island Foundation announced Thursday it would award nearly $225,000 in community grants to local towns and cities and area organizations. “Our grants will create places to gather, build relationships and inspire new collaborations that will…

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