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Black Philanthropy grants expand equity and access
By Chris Barnett / January 15, 2016
By funding proposals that promote equity and access, we can improve the lives of Rhode Island’s Black community. Encouraging long-term, systemic changes will create pathways to achievement and success.

Grants spark classroom innovation
By / December 23, 2015
Our Spark Grants program is based on a simple premise: students learn best when given real-life opportunities to engage in academic content in meaningful, non-traditional ways

Celebrating our Centennial with a plan to restore Roger Williams Park
By Chris Barnett / December 8, 2015
To kick off a year-long celebration of the 100th anniversary of its founding in 1916, the Rhode Island Foundation today announced the details of a $10 million campaign to restore Roger Williams Park.

Third quarter grants benefit Rhode Islanders from Woonsocket to Westerly
By Jenny Pereira / November 18, 2015
Our grantmaking continued in the third quarter with more than $7 million awarded to organizations serving Rhode Islanders from Woonsocket to Westerly…and all our state’s cities and towns in-between.

Animal welfare groups awarded nearly $500,000 in grants
By Chris Barnett / November 6, 2015
PAW funds organizations that promote and provide humane treatment of animals or work more generally on the welfare of animals. Grants are for projects or programs that have a positive impact statewide or in individual communities with regard to animal care, education about the humane treatment of animals and animal welfare in general.

Oct. 2 is deadline to apply for grants to serve RI's Latino community
By Chris Barnett / September 22, 2015
Our Juanita Sánchez Community Fund has awarded more than $100,000 in grants to date.

Tracking changes to our shoreline
By Connie Grosch / August 24, 2015
The R.I. Coastal Resources Management Council (CRMC) projects that sea level in Rhode Island could rise 3 to 5 feet or more within 100 years – enough to engulf local waterfronts as we know them today.

Grants to serve the Black community are available
By Chris Barnett / August 17, 2015
Proposals must serve the African-American community and focus on economic sustainability and the Black family in three specific areas: housing, financial literacy, and job training.

Minority arts and cultural groups can apply for grants
By Chris Barnett / August 14, 2015
We believe in the importance of nourishing the artistic and cultural traditions of communities of color. This is an important part of our strategy to foster diverse participation in the arts.

Nonprofits awarded $17.2 million in first half of 2015
By Chris Barnett / August 11, 2015
We align the dreams of our donors with solutions to the challenges Rhode Island faces. By supporting innovation, collaboration and leadership, we make it possible for nonprofits to achieve the changes that are vital as the state moves forward

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