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Carter Roger Williams Scholarships enable students to dream big
By Chris Barnett / January 16, 2019
Conceived of and funded by philanthropists Letitia and the late John Carter, the program honors the principles of the state’s founding father.

Grant to Food Bank will feed hungry RI'ers
By Chris Barnett / December 13, 2018
We make a $100,000 donation to the Food Bank and challenge Rhode Islanders to pitch in during this time of extraordinary need.

Honoring nonprofits with a lot to teach us
By Chris Barnett / December 11, 2018
There is something each of our 2018 Best Practice Award recipients accomplished that can help other nonprofits become even more productive.

Polly Wall to chair our Board of Directors
By Chris Barnett / December 6, 2018
Our Board of Directors has elected Mary Brooks “Polly” Wall as Chair effective Jan. 1, 2019. She will succeed Marie Langlois.

Grants will help LGBTQ communities
By Chris Barnett / December 5, 2018
Eight nonprofit organizations serving the state’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) communities received $53,200 in grants through our Equity Action Fund.

Animal welfare groups share nearly $480,000
By Chris Barnett / November 28, 2018
Animal welfare groups across Rhode Island will share nearly $480,000 to fund low-cost vet care for the pets of needy owners, raptor rehabilitation and a coyote education campaign among other programs.

2018 Murray Family Prize honors Joe Garlick
By Chris Barnett / November 1, 2018
Garlick’s work includes creating hundreds of affordable houses and apartments in Burrillville, North Smithfield and Woonsocket.

Health disparities are target of $3.6 million in grants
By Chris Barnett / October 22, 2018
We award $3.6 million in grants to reduce illness, chronic disease and health disparities in more than a dozen cities and towns.

Seed funding available for med research
By Chris Barnett / October 4, 2018
Thanks to the commitment of our generous donors, we have the resources to invest in advancing medical breakthroughs.

Juanita Sánchez Fund offers grants to serve the Latino community
By Chris Barnett / September 6, 2018
The fund was created in 1992 through contributions from Sánchez’s friends and family members who wished to honor her achievements as a community leader, organizer and long-time believer in fighting for the unmet needs and rights of Latinos.

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