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Centreville Bank donates $177,500 to 11 local nonprofits

WEST WARWICK – Centreville Bank through its charitable foundation recently donated $177,500 to 11 local nonprofits, according to a news release. Recipients include: Capital Good...

Providence expands COVID-19 vaccination to age 50 and older in 3...

PROVIDENCE – People aged 50 and older in three zip codes of Providence are now eligible to register to receive a vaccination against COVID-19. The...
EARNING THEIR STRIPES: Vertikal6 employees participate in the company’s Striped Shirt Day at the office. / COURTESY VERTIKAL6


PBN Best Places to Work 2020 MIDSIZE COMPANIES 23. Vertikal6 Employees in R.I.: 50 CEO Rick Norberg Questions answered by: Rick Norberg Does your company offer employees work-from-home options?...

Centreville Bank Charitable Foundation donates $124K to 15 R.I. organizations

WEST WARWICK – The Centreville Bank Charitable Foundation recently donated $124,500 in emergency grant funds to 15 Rhode Island organizations to assist with COVID-19...

United Way of R.I. awards $150K to Olneyville community groups

PROVIDENCE – United Way of Rhode Island has awarded $150,000 to 12 organizations that support children and families in the city’s Olneyville neighborhood. The grants...
IN A REPORT in the Rhode Island Medical Journal, Clinica Esperanza posits that its Bridging the (Health Equity) Gap program could save the Rhode Island health care system up to nearly $800,000 annually if expanded to 8,000 uninsured Hispanics statewide.

Study: Clinica Esperanza BTG program could save R.I. health care system...

PROVIDENCE – In a new report slated to be published in the upcoming November edition of the Rhode Island Medical Journal, the Clinica Esperanza/Hope...

UWRI provides $90,000 in grants to community organizations

PROVIDENCE – Nine local organizations were the recipients of a shared total of $90,000 in grants from the United Way of Rhode Island’s Olneyville...
THE RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION awarded more than $280,000 in grants to improve health care to improve health care in Rhode Island. Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation President Karen Voci, who serves on the advisory committee that recommended the grants, speaks at the announcement Friday morning at the Central Falls Fire Station. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

RI Foundation awards $280K-plus in grants to improve local residents’ health

PROVIDENCE – Six health care organizations and one city will split a combined $284,000 in grants form the Rhode Island Foundation to help improve...

Rhode Island Foundation awards 5 best practice awards to local nonprofits

PROVIDENCE – Five Rhode Island-based nonprofits will receive 2017 Best Practice awards from the Rhode Island Foundation Tuesday, according to a Monday statement by the...

Public investment in basic research yields major victories

Dr. Anne S. De Groot is a major success story, not just in Rhode Island but across the globe. She bridges the research and clinical...

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