100 Years, 100 Stories

Everyone has a story. Our 100 year history is comprised of many. Throughout 2016, we will share stories that highlight the many Rhode Islanders and partners who have contributed to our 100 year legacy.

Generosity

Foresight

Persistence

Mobilization

Voice

Innovation

Capacity



A strong foundation for early learners

 
Preserving health care: NHPRI


Early Foundation leaders


LGBTQ equality: 'This is a human issue'


Investing in quality


A father's philanthropic legacy


The roots of RI social venture philanthropy


Leading the charge 


Responding to tragedy with compassion 


A powerful force 


We're helping them pursue their passions


Forging environmental coalitions


RIGHA Foundation Fund: a healthy course 


Preserving Rhode Island's open space 


Closing the opportunity divide 


Newport Jazz Festival: art and commerce 


Reinvesting in the arts


Artist's legacy promotes arts and healing 


Dedication to community 


In Rhode Island, KIDS COUNT 

Planning for climate impact

Emergency grants at a time of need

Partnering with professional leaders

Life income gifts: The gifts that give back

Informing RI on issues that matter

Grantmaking for women and girls

Total funds awarded

Reducing municipal streetlight expense

A legacy for transforming experiences

Spreading charity at home



A fresh Rhode Island

A healthy supply of primary care providers

Providing a spark

Education in our natural environment

A catalyst for change

A tireless advocate of street trees

"The poor man's foundation"

The 1916 Society

A sense of joy in giving

Creating accessible data for the arts

Foundation milestones

Pioneering innovation

Making philanthropy part of the business

Honoring 'the Jim Donaldson type of player'

Black Philanthropy Initiative

Community organizations answer the call

Marriage equality

Teach For America

Bringing world-class public art to Providence

Investing in promising medical research

Investing in the unconventional pays off

Collective capacity building

Furthering our collective impact

Community-based education funds

Enabling artists to nurture their craft

Funding organizational development

Stewarding the performing arts

Viola Davis: RIF scholarship recipient

Promoting success in Our Backyard

Investing in capacity in our nonprofit sector

Capital Good Fund

Capital Good Fund

Elevating the work of the marginalized artists

Elevating the work of marginalized artists

Family trust doubles for community

Family trust doubles for community benefit

Green & Healthy Homes

Green & Healthy Homes RI

Transforming public education in Rhode Island

Transforming public education in Rhode Island

Strengthening serivces

Strengthening services

Fostering professional and personal development

Fostering professional and personal development

Honoring our professional advisor partners

Honoring our professional advisor partners

Ensuring access to excel

Ensuring access to excel

Ensuring access to excel

Transforming neighborhoods

The Patty and Melvin Alperin  First Generation Scholarship Fund

The Patty and Melvin Alperin First Generation Scholarship Fund

Developing Downcity

Developing Downcity

Helping schools and students to succeed

Helping schools and students to succeed

Transforming waste to energy

Transforming waste to energy

Equity Action

Equity Action

Restoring a masterpiece  of ecclesiastical architecture

Restoring a masterpiece of ecclesiastical architecture

Make It Happen

Make It Happen

Program for Animal Welfare

Program for Animal Welfare

Professional Advisory Council

Professional Advisory Council

90 minutes in a room with your clinician

90 minutes in a room with your clinician

Working with an idea and ambition

The Fund for Healthy Rhode Island

Lots of Hope

Rosa Anne Grosvenor

One Union Station: where Rhode Islanders again "make connections"

Organization Endowments

Program for the Blind

Rhody Fresh: A homegrown tale

Our Newport County Fund hits home

Royal Little: innovator in business and philanthropy

The community foundation concept

Rhode Island in 1916

Quite a pair: Jesse and Louisa Metcalf

Gainer Indorses Scholarship Fund

The foundation’s first funds

Building a coalition to lead

Fund for "the relief of incurables"

A major musical education program

Connecting community and institutions

Teachers and technology

Civic capacity in Latino communities

Address

One Union Station
Providence, RI 02903
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Contact

(401) 274-4564
info@rifoundation.org

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