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Child & Family’s Taste of Home Campaign raises $100K

MIDDLETOWN – Child & Family, a social-services nonprofit that helps families and individuals cope with complex problems requiring long-term intervention, has raised more than...

Rhode Island Foundation grants $290K to 42 nonprofits in Newport County

NEWPORT – Child & Family, Lucy’s Hearth, Meals on Wheels and the James L. Maher Center are among 42 nonprofits to share in $290,000...
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Do programs and services in R.I. match needs?

For Karen A. Santilli, president and CEO of Crossroads Rhode Island, bridging the gap between programs and services in the community and those in...
Marty Sinnott, Child & Family president and CEO, believes the organization's new Bridge to Success Independent Living Program funded by Centreville Bank Charitable Foundation will help area youth who age out of foster care have a better entree into society. / COURTESY OF CHILD & FAMILY

Centreville Bank awards 3-year, $300K grant to Child & Family’s Independent...

MIDDLETOWN - A new housing opportunity has been made available for Rhode Island youth who grew up in group or foster care and are...
CHILD & FAMILY ACCEPTS $50,000 from the Walmart Foundation for its Supportive Housing program for homeless women and their children during the organization's 151st annual meeting on Nov. 16. From left: Donna Sousa, Walmart associate, Newport store; Marty Sinnott, Child & Family president and CEO; Becky Calvert, Walmart manager, Newport store; Tina O'Loughlin, Walmart associate, Newport store; and Sara Hiebner, vice chair, Child & Family board of directors. / COURTESY CHILD & FAMILY/KIM FULLER PHOTOGRAPHY

Child & Family receives $120K in grants to fund community programs

MIDDLETOWN – Marking the holiday season and end of the year, Child & Family announced the receipt of $120,000 in grants from national nonprofit...

DiPalma critical of DCYF 12.5% reimbursement cut for child-housing agencies

PROVIDENCE — The state Department of Children, Youth and Families’s proposed 12.5 percent rate reduction for state-contracted child residential housing agencies, the result of...

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