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Blue Cross grants $375K to groups focused on housing

PROVIDENCE – Through its BlueAngel Community Health Grant program, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island has awarded $375,000 in grants to six...

Pawtucket acquiring properties to construct affordable housing units

PAWTUCKET – After consulting with city residents about how the community should spend federal COVID-19 relief funding, the administration of Mayor Donald R. Grebien...

BankRI, Pawtucket Central Falls Development to offer free homebuyer education workshop

PROVIDENCE – Bank Rhode Island is teaming up with Pawtucket Central Falls Development to offer another free, virtual workshop for first-time homebuyers, according to...

BankRI, Pawtucket Central Falls Development to offer virtual homebuyer education workshop

PROVIDENCE – Bank Rhode Island is teaming up with Pawtucket Central Falls Development to host a virtual workshop for first-time homebuyers on June 23,...

Centreville Bank awards $245,500 in grants to 14 R.I. nonprofits

WEST WARWICK – Centreville Bank, through the Centreville Bank Charitable Foundation, recently awarded $245,500 in grants to 14 Rhode Island nonprofits, according to a...
RENOVATED HOME: Homeowner Carlos Reyes, left, is pictured with Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza and Smith Hill Community Development Corp. Executive Director Jean Lamb in front of his home at 120 Camden Ave. during ceremonies to celebrate homeowners moving into houses renovated under the city’s EveryHome program.
 / COURTESY CITY OF PROVIDENCE

One answer to blight

During a panel discussion in Providence following a screening earlier this month of a documentary featuring a family left homeless after an eviction, Mayor...

R.I. Housing awards $200K to financial counseling, homeownership programs

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Housing and Mortgage Finance Corp. board awarded $200,000 in grants in November to several city-based programs that support homeownership, financial...
EIGHT RHODE ISLAND-BASED nonprofit organizations will share $140,000 of the $1.5 million recently donated nationwide by Citizens Bank to increase financial literacy. From left, Keith Kelly, president, Citizens Bank Rhode Island; Tony Maione, CEO, United Way of Rhode Island; Barbara Cottam, head of corporate affairs, Citizens Bank; and R.I. Treasurer Seth Magaziner. / COURTESY CITIZENS BANK

8 local nonprofits benefit from Citizens financial literacy campaign

PROVIDENCE – In an effort to increase financial literacy in the Ocean State, eight Rhode Island-based nonprofit organizations will share $140,000 of the $1.5...

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