Stepping Up: Providence residents launch donation-based grocery delivery service

EVAN MCMANAMY is one of the co-founders of nonprofit grocery delivery service CartwheelRI aimed at helping those housebound during COVID-19. / COURTESY CARTWHEELRI
PROVIDENCE – Starting a nonprofit was not on Evan McManamy’s pre-pandemic to-do list. Between his work as a licensed massage therapist with his own practice and taking classes toward a degree in social work through Rhode Island College, the 28-year-old’s schedule was already packed. But when COVID-19 hit, forcing the West End resident to close…

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