Updated January 21 at 12:27am
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Tom McGovern, executive director of Warwick-based A Wish Come True, first began his service with the nonprofit as a board member in 1991. He has since held numerous positions on the board, including serving as president for 10 years. more
Historic New England has obtained a $29,780 grant from the Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission’s State Preservation Grants Program to help preserve the 1691 Clemence-Irons House. more
Andrew Stigler, who has served on the Wilbury Theatre Group's board of directors since the board was formed in 2011, was named board president in December and took the helm in January. The organization was founded in 2010 but officially became a 501c3 in 2011, and the board was created then. Here, Stigler discusses plans for continued growth at the Providence nonprofit. more
Dunkin’ Donuts has spent the month of January issuing $5 cards for its products to local blood donors. more
About a week into its 50-day education fundraising campaign, the Coggeshall Museum has raised $8,225 on its way to matching a $50,000 grant from philanthropist H.F. "Gerry" Lenfest. more
With two travel-associated cases of Zika virus in Rhode Island – as of May 4 – the Rhode Island Blood Center now asks donors about recent travel to any areas with active mosquito-borne transmission of Zika virus. more
Race to Erase MS will honor Carolyn Rafaelian, founder, CEO and chief creative officer of accessories brand Alex and Ani, with its 2016 Medal of Hope Award at the 23rd annual Race to Erase MS gala on April 15. more
An enlarged and redesigned Lucy’s Hearth headquarters opened last week, a project designed by Northeast Collaborative Architects. more
Rhode Island’s debt ranks 36th in the nation, with a taxpayer burden of $14,200, according to Chicago-based Truth in Accounting, a nonprofit that aims to deliver transparent financial information from governments to citizens. more
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