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NEIL D. STEINBERG, Rhode Island Foundation CEO and president , told attendees Thursday at the foundation's annual meeting that the state is "at risk" of not having the workforce it needs to properly operate in 10 years if societal issues aren't immediately addressed. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

Steinberg warns R.I. workforce ‘at risk’ if societal issues not addressed

PROVIDENCE – During the Rhode Island Foundation’s annual meeting on Thursday at the R.I. Convention Center, CEO and President Neil D. Steinberg gave attendees...

Annual 401Gives Day raises $3.09M for 507 local nonprofits

PROVIDENCE – Back on April 1 during 401Gives Day, United Way of Rhode Island CEO and President Cortney Nicolato’s team members attended an event...

State, R.I. Foundation and partners announce Afghan Relief RI portal and...

PROVIDENCE – As the state prepares to welcome around 250 evacuees from Afghanistan over the next several months, a new initiative will connect evacuees...
COLLABORATIVE MEETING: Staff and members at Direct Action for Rights and Equality collaborate at the office. Clockwise from left, Jordan Jace, Behind The Walls member; Debra Harris, outreach coordinator; Christopher V. Samih-­Rotondo, interim director; and Anusha Alles, staff organizer for Behind The Walls. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

More focus on racial justice causes

It’s been a trying year-plus for Rhode Island-based nonprofits whose missions center around diversity, equity and racial inclusion. The murders of George Floyd and other...
THE RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION distributed $550,000 to 17 local nonprofits through its COVID-19 Response Fund. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

R.I. Foundation awards additional $550K to 17 nonprofits from COVID-19 Response...

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Foundation announced Wednesday that an additional $550,000 in grants were distributed to 17 nonprofits through the foundation’s COVID-19 Response...
HUNGRY TO HELP: Heather Hole Strout, left, executive director of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center in Newport, distributes chowder and chicken vegetable bean soup to the needy recently in a new partnership with McGrath Clambakes Inc. of Newport. Assisting with the distribution are T.R. McGrath, third from left, owner of McGrath Clambakes, and his daughter Aibhlinn. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

Challenges for nonprofits reach unimagined heights

It’s times like these that Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island President Kathleen Cloutier feels as though all the nonprofits in Rhode Island are...
HEALTHY DISTRIBUTION: Joseph DeSantis, right, CEO and president of Tri-County Community Action Agency, and Jacquelyn Lorenti, medical assistant, help distribute COVID-19 kits at the agency’s testing site in Johnston, while Medical Director Dr. Wilfredo Giordano-Perez, left, administers a COVID-19 test. The kits distributed by the group include masks, sanitizing wipes, hand sanitizer, tissues and health-related educational information. / COURTESY TRI-COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY

Tri-County Community Action Agency provides COVID testing, fuel amid pandemic

THE TRI-COUNTY Community Action Agency has been aiding those in need during the coronavirus pandemic, including hosting COVID-19 testing at its Johnston site and...

Five Questions With: Kathleen Cloutier

Kathleen Cloutier is the executive director for Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island. The nonprofit recently partnered with the state to help launch weR1...
RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION announced Thursday that it awarded 31 nonprofits approximately $1.7 million through its COVID-19 Behavioral Health Fund. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

R.I. Foundation awards $1.7M in grants to 31 nonprofits to support...

PROVIDENCE – Roughly $1.7 million in grants were issued to 31 local nonprofit organizations by the Rhode Island Foundation from its COVID-19 Behavioral Health...
THE CHAMPLIN FOUNDATION awarded $1 million in new grants to 63 nonprofits in their efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.

Champlin Foundation awards $1M in COVID-related grants to 63 nonprofits

CRANSTON – The Champlin Foundation has awarded $1 million in grants to 63 local nonprofits in their efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, the...

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