United Way trims staff as revenue falls

UNITED WAY OF RHODE ISLAND President and CEO Anthony Maione announced the layoff of eight staff members as the social service agency looks to conserve resources. /
UNITED WAY OF RHODE ISLAND President and CEO Anthony Maione announced the layoff of eight staff members as the social service agency looks to conserve resources. /
PROVIDENCE – As a result of the economic downturn, the United Way of Rhode Island has eliminated eight staff positions and made other organizational changes to compensate for a drop in revenue from the trust funds that cover the cost of administrative and fundraising activities, the agency said in a news release today. “We have…

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  1. What a shame. United Way lost some great people with this decision, some associated with the organization for decades who are the heart and soul of the operation.

    Thanks for your hard work and dedication to the community. It is very much appreciated. Good luck.