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Our RI PBS fund awards its first scholarship
By Chris Barnett / June 29, 2018
Audrey Martin is the winner of the inaugural Rhode Island PBS Foundation Scholarship for high school seniors considering a career in broadcasting, communications or journalism.

Grants available to support emerging arts and cultural organizations
By Chris Barnett / June 25, 2018
Small arts and cultural organizations from the minority community have until July 20 to apply for grants of up to $30,000 through our Expansion Arts Program.

A summertime tradition of generosity
By Connie Grosch / June 13, 2018
Our Providence Journal Summertime Fund is once again accepting donations to send needy children to camp this summer. The goal is to make school vacation season brighter for youngsters within our community.

RIBizBuilder.com – helping businesses start and grow
By Jessica David / June 11, 2018
Local businesses are the backbone of our economy AND our communities. They shape the character of the places we live, employ our friends and family, and support our local nonprofit organizations. That’s why helping businesses start and grow is one of our economic security strategies.

Celebrating together
By Neil Steinberg / May 29, 2018
Hundreds of community and business leaders, donors, grant recipients, and other partners gathered at the Rhode Island Convention Center on May 24 for our 2018 Annual Meeting. Here are highlights of what our President and CEO Neil D. Steinberg told them.

Bliss, Gross, Horowitz offers grants to Jewish groups
By Chris Barnett / May 21, 2018
Proposals can develop connections between the Jewish community and greater Rhode Island, deepen the understanding of Jewish life and culture through scholarship and historic preservation or provide for basic human needs such as food and housing.

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.

Carter fellowships inspire innovation
By Chris Barnett / April 9, 2018
The recipients will receive $200,000 over four years to test and implement their proposals to dramatically improve life in Rhode Island thanks to the generosity of philanthropists Letitia and the late John Carter.

Grants will improve health of RI'ers
By Chris Barnett / April 3, 2018
Our RIGHA Foundation Fund awards more than $280,000 in grants to promote primary health care.

Miss Swinburne Fund offers help for girls and women
By Chris Barnett / March 29, 2018
Newport County women, and nonprofits that provide programs supporting the self-sufficiency and independence of local girls and women have until April 6 to apply for scholarships and grants through our Miss Swinburne Fund.

Featured Post

  • Making science come alive Posted 2 months ago
    Thanks to our Carter Spark Grant, Narragansett Elementary School students just learned a lot about life around Narragansett Bay. Special education teacher Karen Festa used the grant to bring Save the Bay’s living “Bay Classroom Experience” to school.
  • Roger Williams' ideals come to life in scholarship recipients Posted 2 months ago
    The Rhode Island Foundation is sending seven high school seniors off to college with scholarships honoring Roger Williams, the state’s founding father.The four-year, renewable scholarships are through the Carter Roger Williams Initiative, which was launched last year by philanthropists Letitia and the late John Carter.
  • Carter fellowships inspire innovation Posted 3 months ago
    The recipients will receive $200,000 over four years to test and implement their proposals to dramatically improve life in Rhode Island thanks to the generosity of philanthropists Letitia and the late John Carter.
  • Grants will improve health of RI'ers Posted 3 months ago
    Our RIGHA Foundation Fund awards more than $280,000 in grants to promote primary health care.
  • Introducing moves to fuel growth and expansion Posted 5 months ago
    We are launching a new grantmaking opportunity, refining our strategic priorities, adopting impact targets and adding new staff positions to support work with partners, donors, nonprofits and community leaders.
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