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ATTENDEES MAKE THEIR bids on sports memorabilia during the Ocean State Waves' Black Tie & Blue Jeans fundraiser in 2016. This year's fundraiser will take place on Feb. 15 at The Towers in Narragansett. / COURTESY OCEAN STATE WAVES

Philanthropy Calendar, Jan. 18, 2019

If a nonprofit wants an upcoming fundraiser to be considered for a calendar listing, email information to nonprofit@PBN.com or research@PBN.com at least four weeks in...

Amos House renovates building in Providence for 4 families

PROVIDENCE – The nonprofit social service provider Amos House has renovated a four-unit building in Providence that will provide modern, affordable housing for four...
AMOS HOUSE received a $1 million federal grant to establish the Rhode Island Re-entry Collaborative, an effort of five local organizations to reduce recidivism and improve outcomes for Rhode Islanders who are transitioning back to civilian life following incarceration.

Amos House awarded $1M grant for collaborative post-incarceration re-entry program

PROVIDENCE – Amos House was awarded $1 million by the U.S. Department of Justice to provide comprehensive re-entry services for people returning to their...

Five Questions With Jessica Salter

Jessica Salter | Director of development, Amos House 1. When was the Amos House Mother-Child Reunification Program started and what is its goal? The …...

Elorza approves $749M FY19 budget

PROVIDENCE - Mayor Jorge O. Elorza on Monday finalized a $748.7 million fiscal year 2019 city budget that he said again has no tax...
FULLY PREPARED: Natasha Daniels, sous chef for PVD Dinner Share, a meal-prep service that provides fully cooked and prepared meals each week, in the kitchen preparing jerk chicken with braised greens on coconut rice for customer pickups. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

When you don’t want to cook

After a long workday, a home-cooked dinner made of fresh, local ingredients sounds fantastic. But who has the energy to pull it together? Craig Jones...
SOCIAL ENTERPRISE GREENHOUSE has a new website, featuring an interactive home page and updated content. It was created by Newport-based Worldways Social Marketing.

Newport company creates new website for Social Enterprise Greenhouse

PROVIDENCE – Social Enterprise Greenhouse has a new website, created by Worldways Social Marketing in Newport. The nonprofit – a network of hundreds of businesses...
EIGHT RHODE ISLAND-BASED nonprofit organizations will share $140,000 of the $1.5 million recently donated nationwide by Citizens Bank to increase financial literacy. From left, Keith Kelly, president, Citizens Bank Rhode Island; Tony Maione, CEO, United Way of Rhode Island; Barbara Cottam, head of corporate affairs, Citizens Bank; and R.I. Treasurer Seth Magaziner. / COURTESY CITIZENS BANK

8 local nonprofits benefit from Citizens financial literacy campaign

PROVIDENCE – In an effort to increase financial literacy in the Ocean State, eight Rhode Island-based nonprofit organizations will share $140,000 of the $1.5...
FINANCIAL SUPPORT: Andrea H. Krupp, executive director of the Catholic Foundation of Rhode Island, works closely with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence, arranging endowments that fund diocesan-related organizations. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Boosting Catholic giving

Andrea H. Krupp, executive director of the Catholic Foundation of Rhode Island, is a one-woman show. Leading the nonprofit, which has what she called a...
CLEARED TO BUILD: Dwayne Keys, chairman of the South Providence Neighborhood Association, stands outside the former Flynn Elementary School on Blackstone Street, where a developer has proposed a $30 million to $40 million mixed-use project. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Some of Providence’s poorest neighborhoods are attracting developers. Residents want a...

Doug Victor, a 32-year resident of the Elmwood neighborhood in South Providence, wants to encourage economic development there that will help create jobs and...

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