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Judith S. Earle, 
Elizabeth Buffum Chace Center 
executive director
Judith Earle has served as executive director of Warwick-based Elizabeth Buffum Chace Center since 1997. The nonprofit serves victims and families of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Building a community

In the field of interpersonal violence, our mission and the wonderful work of our staff can only go so far, unless entire communities are...
GOV. DANIEL J. MCKEE announced Tuesday that 27 local nonprofits received more than $11 million from the state's Consolidated Homeless Fund. / SCREENSHOT VIA WPRI-TV CBS 12

27 homeless-support nonprofits receive $11M from state’s Consolidated Homeless Fund

PROVIDENCE – More than $11 million in local, state and federal funds from the Consolidated Homeless Fund have been allocated to 27 local nonprofit...

Chace Center receives $50K grant from MLB to help with nonprofit’s...

WARWICK – The Elizabeth Buffum Chace Center recently announced that it has received one of six $50,000 Healthy Relationships Community Grants distributed across the...

HarborOne Foundation Rhode Island donates $85K to 12 nonprofits

WARWICK – HarborOne Bank through its charitable foundation, HarborOne Foundation Rhode Island, recently awarded $85,000 in grants to 12 community organizations, according to a...
THE LIONS CLUB of Scituate will hold its Lions Clubs Charity Golf Tournament on July 26 at Crestwood Country Club in Rehoboth. / COURTESY CRESTWOOD COUNTRY CLUB

Philanthropy Calendar, May 26, 2021

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

Elizabeth Buffum Chace Center recruiting new board members

WARWICK – The Elizabeth Buffum Chace Center, a nonprofit that provides services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, is seeking new members...
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