Monday, July 15, 2024

TOPICS

Home Tags Ymca Of Greater Providence

Tag: Ymca Of Greater Providence

Most-read stories on PBN.com, Feb. 2024 


1. Uncle Tony’s Pizza reportedly closes Cranston location ­permanently POSTED ONLINE: FEB. 6. The Uncle Tony’s Pizza and Pasta location that was temporarily closed...
THE YMCA OF GREATER PROVIDENCE will pay a family $10,000 as part of a settlement to resolve allegations the nonprofit violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.

YMCA of Greater Providence to pay $10K to family to resolve...

PROVIDENCE – The YMCA of Greater Providence will pay $10,000 to a local family as part of an agreement with the U.S. Attorney District...
A STRONG ­RESTART: ­Tiesha ­Sinouthasy had to close her nanny placement agency two months after she launched it because of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, but when she reopened it several months later, people were desperate for her service.
PBN PHOTO/­
MICHAEL SALERNO

She’s answering call for many more nannies

If dealing with COVID-19 wasn’t stressful enough for parents of young kids, finding reliable child care during the pandemic was enough to give them...

Berkshire Bank Foundation awarded $845K in grants in Q2

PROVIDENCE – The Berkshire Bank Foundation provided more than $845,000 in philanthropic investments to 190 nonprofit organizations in communities the bank serves, including the...
UNITED: YMCA of Greater Providence Assistant Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Kira Wills, standing, addresses her colleagues at the organization’s Providence office. Wills says the YMCA is for all, which is reflected by its staff being comprised of individuals who are neurodivergent, have disabilities, speak multiple languages, identify as LGBTQIA and are different ages.
PBN PHOTO/DAVID HANSEN

YMCA of Greater Providence has been a community anchor for more...

PBN 2022 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Awards Social Services Agency: YMCA of Greater Providence THE YMCA OF GREATER PROVIDENCE has served as an anchor institution...
KEVIN MATTA, board vice president for Diversity and Inclusion Professionals and Amos House’s chief human resources and diversity officer, is the 2022 Diversity Champion for Providence Business News' Diversity & Inclusion Awards program. / COURTESY KEVIN MATTA

Matta among 16 honorees for PBN’s 2022 Diversity & Inclusion Awards

PROVIDENCE – Kevin Matta, board vice president for Diversity and Inclusion Professionals and Amos House’s chief human resources and diversity officer, is among 16...

NHPRI to add companionship, food and exercise benefits to Medicare-Medicaid plan...

SMITHFIELD – Members of Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island’s INTEGRITY Medicare-Medicaid plan will see new benefits in 2022, including a service that offers...
MARY E. NOONS, left, executive vice president and chief retail lending officer for The Washington Trust Co., and Haley Lattinville, personnel manager for the town of North Kingstown, were named the Career Achiever and Rising Star, respectively, at Providence Business News' 2021 C-Suite Awards virtual program Thursday. / COURTESY THE WASHINGTON TRUST CO. / PBN PHOTO / RUPERT WHITELEY

Noons, Lattinville among 10 recognized at PBN’s C-Suite Awards

PROVIDENCE – Mary E. Noons gets the most satisfaction seeing how she has influenced others to succeed. Noons, The Washington Trust Co.’s executive vice president...
JUGGLING ACT: Christopher Earle, director of information systems for the YMCA of Greater Providence, has been called upon to perform duties beyond his core ­responsibilities. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Earle’s skills go beyond technology at YMCA of Greater Providence

PBN C-SUITE 2021 AWARDS Christopher Earle YMCA of Greater Providence director of information systems YMCA of Greater Providence Director of Information Systems Christopher Earle’s importance to his...
SPANNING THE GAP: Magdalena Andreozzi, founder of Grands Flourish Inc., says many of the grandparents her organization supports lost contact when many group functions switched to online-only after the COVID-19 pandemic struck. Now Andreozzi is using a grant to get those people reconnected. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Crisis exposes depths of the ‘digital divide’

When Magdalena Andreozzi moved workshops offered by her nonprofit online during the COVID-19 pandemic last summer, she expected some bumps in the transition. After all,...
- Featured Event -

Latest News