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Carmen Diaz-Jusino named strategic initiative officer for Economic Security
By Chris Barnett / April 16, 2018
“Carmen’s diverse experience in small business development and job training make her a natural to lead our economic security strategic priority,” said Jessica David, the Foundation’s executive vice president of strategy and community investments.

Promotions enhance our capacity to grow
By Chris Barnett / February 26, 2018
We announce five promotions that will enhance our capacity to work in partnership with donors and grantees to meet the needs of the people of Rhode Island.

Talking philanthropy with our VP of Development
By Chris Barnett / August 3, 2017
“Every day we’re striving to connect generous donors with the causes they are passionate about. The process is fun and inspirational and touches on my values.”

Two new hires join the team
By Chris Barnett / June 20, 2017
Aaron Guckian and Keith Tavares will enhance our capacity to work in partnership with donors and grantees to meet the needs of the people of Rhode Island.

Thank you!
By Neil Steinberg / January 13, 2017
We are honored to have been recognized last evening with the President’s Award from the American Planning Association, Rhode Island Chapter, and wish to congratulate all of the evening’s awardees.

Celebrating the Foundation staff
By Connie Grosch / September 20, 2016
Warholian pop-art portraits introduce the people who help make the Rhode Island Foundation what it is.

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.

Marie Langlois elected chair of Rhode Island Foundation
By Chris Barnett / December 11, 2015
Langlois was elected to a 3-year term as chair. The 12-member board of directors is responsible for setting policy at the Foundation, which will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2016.

Thank you, volunteer advisors!
By Jean Cohoon / March 13, 2015
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. Thank you, 2014 volunteers, for your dedication and expertise!

Enhancing our work with donors and partners
By Neil Steinberg / March 11, 2015
Like all organizations, the Foundation is constantly adjusting to meet the needs of our customers and the community.

Featured Post

  • Rhode Island Foundation announces six recipients of college scholarships in the name of Roger Williams Posted last month
    The four-year, renewable scholarships are through the Carter Roger Williams Initiative, which was launched two years ago by philanthropists Letitia and late John Carter.
  • Rhode Island Foundation awards $285,000 to Newport County nonprofits Posted last month
    The grants, through our Newport County Fund, will underwrite a host of activities ranging from workforce training and after-school activities to preventing relationship violence and protecting vulnerable seniors.
  • $2.6 million awarded for behavioral health care Posted last month
    Six nonprofit organizations will use $2.6 million in grants to support primary and secondary prevention models and high-quality, affordable behavioral health care services across the state. The funding is the first from the Behavioral Health Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation.
  • Vision and commitment Posted last month
    Hundreds of community and business leaders, donors, grant recipients, and other partners gathered at the Rhode Island Convention Center on May 16 for our 2019 Annual Meeting. Here are highlights of what our President and CEO Neil D. Steinberg told them.
  • Rose Fund grants stimulate civic and cultural dialogue Posted 2 months ago
    The primary goals are to strengthen libraries and other civic, cultural and literacy-focused organizations and expand their role as community centers that stimulate dialogue around critical issues.
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