Smaller nonprofits struggle with fundraising

SERVING A HOT MEAL to the hungry are, from left, volunteers Ruth Newqueist, Mary La Plante and Jim McCaughey, 

at McCauley House in Providence. The charity struggles to meet an ever-growing demand for its services. /
SERVING A HOT MEAL to the hungry are, from left, volunteers Ruth Newqueist, Mary La Plante and Jim McCaughey, at McCauley House in Providence. The charity struggles to meet an ever-growing demand for its services. /
For more than three decades, McAuley Ministries in Providence has fed, clothed and housed the poor, relying on grants and donations to support its work. The McAuley Village provides transitional and subsidized housing for single mothers with children. The McAuley Wardrobe provides clothes for families. And the McAuley House, which provides meals to the poor…

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