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Nomination deadline for Nonprofit Best Practice Awards extended to Monday, March 28
By Jill Pfitzenmayer / March 22, 2016
You still have time to recognize the important, innovative work being done by a Rhode Island nonprofit.

90 minutes in a room with your clinician
By Connie Grosch / March 18, 2016
A shared medical appointment is an innovative model of care seen more and more throughout the United States in leading-edge primary care groups. It involves a 90-minute visit with a multi-disciplinary medical team comprised of your doctor, a behaviorist, a medical assistant and a documenter.

Offering grants to serve LGBTQ communities
By Chris Barnett / March 18, 2016
Our grants are a source of funding for organizations that serve our LGBTQ communities as well as organizations that focus on initiating or expanding LGBTQ-specific services

By Jean Cohoon / March 16, 2016
“Education and the arts have always been at the core of what we do and what we support,” say Martha and Todd Moore of the new donor advised fund they have established.

Sr. Ann Keefe / CityArts Creativity and Social Justice Fund
By Jean Cohoon / March 14, 2016
“CityArts (is) about changing children's hearts and giving them a new view of what life can be. And it's about social change. For when you change children's hearts, our hearts get changed too, and the quality of life in neighborhoods is improved.” - the late Sr. Ann Keefe (Photo courtesy of Corey Hendrickson)

Thank you, volunteer advisors!
By Jean Cohoon / March 11, 2016
Scores of community members assist the Foundation each year with the many facets of our work in meeting the needs of the people of Rhode Island.

Students can apply for $1.5 million in scholarships
By Chris Barnett / March 10, 2016
Dozens of individual, family and organizational donors established scholarship funds at the Foundation to help students defray educational expenses such as tuition, room and board, fees and books.

By Jean Cohoon / March 9, 2016
“He was a good man, a generous man. We enjoyed going out for dinner every Saturday night,” Anthony Smyk says of his friend, Anthony Vincent, who died in the fall of 2014 at age 73.

15 nonprofits get grants for preservation
By Chris Barnett / March 8, 2016
By offering the resources to strengthen libraries and other civic, cultural and literacy-focused organizations, we can expand their role as community centers that stimulate dialogue around critical issues,” says philanthropist Herman Rose.

Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra & Music School Endowment Fund
By Jean Cohoon / March 7, 2016
“We want to be the best possible entity we can be for the state. It’s part of making sure Rhode Island is as great as it can be. It all adds up to a thriving community,” states the Philharmonic's David Beauchesne.

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