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Narragansett Council Boy Scouts donates 150K pounds of food

PROVIDENCE – The Narragansett Council Boy Scouts of America collected more than 150,000 pounds of food across Rhode Island, Connecticut and southeastern Massachusetts during...

R.I. Foundation awards $8.3M to 91 nonprofits

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Foundation has awarded 91 nonprofit organizations a total of $8.3 million in grants to assist their efforts in housing,...

Centreville Bank donates $412K to organizations in R.I. and Conn.

WEST WARWICK – Centreville Bank through its charitable foundation recently donated $412,400 to 15 organizations in Rhode Island and Connecticut, according to a news...

R.I. Food Bank report: Hunger in state worse than during pandemic

PROVIDENCE – Food insecurity has gotten worse in Rhode Island this past year than it was during the COVID-19 pandemic, mostly due to inflation...

HarborOne donates $150,000 to local food pantries

PROVIDENCE – HarborOne Bank recently donated $150,000 to local food pantries and programs as part of its Harvest for Hunger program, according to a...
HELPING HAND: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center volunteer Susan Barnes, right, assists a customer in the nonprofit organization’s food pantry in Newport.
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Soaring inflation hurting nonprofits in many ways

Ask Heather Hole Strout what keeps her up at night and she answers without hesitating. “Housing. It’s a big issue. Many we help have...
A FEW RHODE ISLAND-BASED nonprofits have either begun, or are beginning to, accept cryptocurrency as a donation option. / AP FILE/KIN CHEUNG

Should nonprofits actively seek cryptocurrency donations?

Always in search of new donation sources, Rhode Island nonprofits are beginning to dip their toes into cryptocurrency. Providence Business News recently reported that The...

BankRI donates $25K to local food pantries

PROVIDENCE – Bank Rhode Island recently donated $25,000 to food banks across the state to help meet growing need as food costs rise, according...
A FEW RHODE ISLAND-BASED nonprofits have either begun, or are beginning to, accept cryptocurrency as a donation option. / AP FILE/KIN CHEUNG

Some R.I. nonprofits beginning to accept cryptocurrency donations

PROVIDENCE – Fundraising is a significant element to a nonprofit’s operations in order for the organizations to serve their respective communities. While organizations regularly...
COMMUNITY-BASED: Karen G. DelPonte, founding partner of Cameron & Mittleman LLP, dedicates more than 10 hours a month volunteering legal services for nonprofits such as the Rhode Island Community Food Bank and Providence Public Library. / PBN PHOTO/DAVID HANSEN

Karen DelPonte, Cameron & Mittleman LLP partner

Leaders & Achievers 2022 KAREN G. DELPONTE Founding partner, Cameron & Mittleman LLP KAREN G. DELPONTE, founding partner of Cameron & Mittleman LLP’s estate planning...
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