The Rhode Island Foundation in recent years has increasingly taken a more active role as a community convener, planner and funder. That evolution, as Neil D. Steinberg, foundation president and CEO, calls it, was most recently highlighted by the launch of its Impact Investing initiative. Steinberg called the $10 million initiative a “supplement” to the…
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