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Philanthropy Calendar, June 7, 2019

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HONORARY CHAIR: Gov. Gina M. Raimondo will be the honorary chairperson for East Bay Community Action Program’s 16th annual Seaside Gala held on June 13 at Castle Hill Inn in Newport.
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Editor’s Choice: EBCAP to hold Seaside Gala at Castle Hill Inn...

EDITOR’S CHOICE EBCAP to hold Seaside Gala at Castle Hill Inn June 13 EAST BAY COMMUNITY ACTION Program’s 16th annual Seaside Gala will be...
SAVE THE BAY received $2.3 million in contributions, gifts and grants in 2018 and raised $1.6 million for an anniversary capital campaign. / COURTESY SAVE THE BAY

Save The Bay finishes fiscal ’18 in black, moves ahead on...

PROVIDENCE – Save The Bay Inc. had total revenue of $3.7 million in fiscal 2018, including $2.3 million in contributions, gifts and grants, the...
IMPROVED INDUSTRY: Patrice Milos, president and CEO of Medley Genomics in Providence, says she’s seen improvement in the number of industry women in science with Ph.D.s.
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Milos advances genomics innovation, this time on home turf

Business Women Awards 2019 | HONOREE Patrice Milos, Medley GenomicsPATRICE MILOS, president and CEO of Providence startup Medley Genomics, is no stranger to Rhode...
SAVE THE BAY held a ribbon-cutting for its new public pier at Fields Point in Providence that offers touch-and-go docking, kayak launching, fishing and views of the bay. / COURTESY SAVE THE BAY

Save The Bay celebrates public pier at Fields Point with...

PROVIDENCE – Save The Bay celebrated a ribbon-cutting for a new public pier at Fields Point by the organization’s headquarters Monday morning.The pier location...

Centreville Bank Charitable Foundation issues $182K in grants

WEST WARWICK – The Centreville Bank Charitable Foundation has awarded $181,900 in grants to eight Rhode Island organizations with missions ranging from social services...
LUNCH PICKUP: Dweight Davidson, left, of Ashland, Mass., gets his lunch every day at Ocean State Sandwich on Westminster Street in Providence. Owner Eric Handwerger hands it to him in a plastic bag. Soon, Handwerger will have to eliminate his use of plastic bags, as Mayor Jorge O. Elorza has signed an ordinance approved by the City Council banning single-use plastic bags at retail locations in the city.
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Providence latest to ban plastic bags

Ocean State Sandwich Co., a downtown Providence restaurant, uses the ubiquitous, pale white, single-use plastic bags for most takeout customers.But owner Eric Handwerger and...
BEACH CLEANUP: Representatives from People’s Credit Union assist in a cleanup of Easton’s Beach in Newport hosted by Save The Bay. The organization will hold a communitywide Earth Day birthday party at the beach on April 27.
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Editor’s Choice: Save The Bay to hold Earth Day Birthday Party...

EDITOR’S CHOICE Save The Bay to hold Earth Day birthday party SAVE THE BAY, in celebration of the organization’s 50th anniversary, will hold a...
$2.3 MILLION IN Southeast New England Program Watershed Grants have been made available for 2019.

$2.3M made available for coastal resiliency and clean water projects in...

NORTH KINGSTOWN – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the nonprofit Restore America’s Estuaries have made $2.3 million in competitive grants available to restore...

Proceeds from new Granny Squibb beverage to aid Save The Bay

PROVIDENCE – The Granny Squibb Co. LLC is giving a portion of the proceeds from its new organic iced-tea flavor – Charlie’s Cranberry –...
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