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STAYING PUT: The United Way of Rhode Island Inc. remains competitive with its pay for employees to help improve the nonprofit’s retention rate. 

United Way of Rhode Island Inc.

Best Places to Work 2024 Awards MIDSIZE COMPANIES #13. United Way of Rhode Island Inc. Employees in R.I.: 78 CEO and president: Cortney Nicolato Questions answered by Kevin...
RAISING VOICES: Robert Bush, the United Way of Rhode Island Inc.’s chief operating officer, leads the organization’s justice, equity, diversity and inclusion approach to discuss a broad range of perspectives and voices that traditionally go unheard. 

A JEDI knight for the United Way of R.I.

PBN C-Suite 2024 Awards NONPROFIT/SOCIAL SERVICE AGENCY: Robert Bush United Way of Rhode Island Inc. | Chief operating officer THE JEDI PHILOSOPHY isn’t just talk at...
LOCAL NONPROFIT LEADERS and representatives gather Tuesday at The Guild in Pawtucket for a special 401Gives Day event. / PBN PHOTO/JAMES BESSETTE

401Gives Day sets new records for fundraising, donors, organizations supported

PAWTUCKET – The bar continues to be raised with Rhode Island’s largest single nonprofit supporting initiative, with new records across the board during the...
THE UPCOMING 401GIVES DAY on April 1 hopes to both raise $4.01 million for local nonprofits and attract new donors to contribute to local causes.

Nonprofits seeking more money, new donors on upcoming 401Gives Day

PROVIDENCE – More money being contributed to local nonprofits is always the annual goal for 401Gives Day, and this coming April 1 will be...

R.I. Good Neighbor Energy Fund seeking money to address urgent heating...

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Good Neighbor Energy Fund, administrated by United Way of Rhode Island Inc., is appealing to the public for donations...
MORE THAN 200 PEOPLE attended Providence Business News' 2024 Book of Lists Premier Event on Thursday at the Graduate Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN debuts 2024 Book of Lists

PROVIDENCE – More than 200 business and nonprofit representatives spent Thursday evening at the Graduate Providence networking with one another, as well as obtaining...

United Way launches Alliance for Nonprofit Impact

PROVIDENCE – Three years ago, the United Way of Rhode Island Inc. launched its five-year, $100 million LIVE UNITED 2025 comprehensive plan to help...

United Way of R.I. opens registration for 401Gives Day

PROVIDENCE – Nonprofits can now register to participate in Rhode Island’s largest single-day fundraising event set for April 1. United Way of Rhode Island Inc....
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CEO and president, Rhode Island Foundation / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS

5Q: David N. Cicilline

5Q: David N. Cicilline | CEO and president, Rhode Island Foundation 1. When you were named the foundation’s new CEO and president, you told...
PLAYTIME: Jordan Towle, a visitor services manager at the Providence Children’s Museum, plays with Jorge Rodrigues, 1, of Providence. The museum, according to Executive Director Caroline Payson, relies on ticket sales and membership fees to bolster operating costs. 

Finding workforce is labor intensive for local nonprofits

The COVID-19 pandemic’s cascading aftereffects have been complicated and hard to shake for Rhode Island’s nonprofits, which employ 67,000 Rhode Islanders. That number represents...
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