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UWRI CEO Anthony Maione announced he will retire Dec. 31, 2018 capping 13 years with the organization and 35 heading nonprofit organizations./ PHOTO COURTESY UNITED WAY OF RHODE ISLAND

UWRI CEO Maione to retire at close of 2018

PROVIDENCE - After leading the organization for 13 years, United Way of Rhode Island CEO Anthony Maione announced Wednesday he plans to retire at...
ANTHONY MAIONE is president and CEO of the United Way of Rhode Island. / COURTESY UNITED WAY OF RHODE ISLAND

Five Questions With: Anthony Maione

Anthony Maione is president and CEO of the United Way of Rhode Island. Under his leadership, UWRI has taken on a major role addressing...
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Midsize companies, 13, United Way of Rhode Island

Employees in R.I.: 61 CEO and President Anthony Maione Questions answered by: Lynn Corwin, senior VP, director of strategic planning and organizational effectiveness What three words best...
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IGT’s R.I. employees donate $61K to UWRI

PROVIDENCE – The United Way of Rhode Island benefited from more than $61,000 donated by IGT’s Rhode Island workforce, according to an April 28...
ANTHONY MAOINE, president and CEO of United Way of Rhode Island, said the $50,000 gift from Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island to the Good Neighbor Energy Fund will help more than 100 people keep warm. / COURTESY UNITED WAY OF RHODE ISLAND

Neighborhood donates $50K to R.I. Good Neighbor Energy Fund

PROVIDENCE – Nonprofit HMO Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island donated $50,000 to the Rhode Island Good Neighbor Energy Fund, according to an announcement...

Tough economy challenges United Way fundraisers

For the first time, the United Way of Rhode Island will kick off its annual fundraising campaign with a WaterFire event, sponsored by Bank...
ANTHONY MAIONE United Way president and CEO /

Report: R.I. social safety net disjointed, costly

Rhode Island’s hodgepodge of social service programs broadly form a “social safety net” critical to thousands of poor, unemployed and disabled residents. But a...
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