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Frank Cerilli has been named director of human resources at the Rhode Island Foundation. He will lead HR policies and compliance and payroll. He holds a B.A. from URI and an M.A. from RIC. more
Jessica David has been promoted to senior vice president of strategy and community investments at the Rhode Island Foundation. She has been with the foundation since 2006. She holds a B.A. from The American University and an MBA from Bryant … more
Kristen Haffenreffer has been named director of development at Rhode Islanders Sponsoring Education. Haffenreffer served as the founding executive director in 1997, and she rejoins the organization from the Institute for the Study of Practice of … more
What we have created at Social Enterprise Greenhouse is a rapidly growing movement of people – entrepreneurs, businesspeople, academics, students, policymakers, funders – who believe that by helping launch and grow businesses with purpose, we … more
Adoption Rhode Island’s 10 annual Heart Gallery, summertime blood and food drive and more. more
The personal injury law firm of d’Oliveira & Associates, based in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, has awarded George Washington University Law School student Michelle Ramus its annual 2015 scholarship. more
Operation Homefront has donated backpacks filled with school supplies to local military youth. more
Feed the Children and the Ted Shuttlesworth Evangelistic Association partnered with The King’s Cathedral to deliver one truckload of food and necessities on Aug. 15 to 400 Providence-area families in need. more
Executive director of the Rhode Island Parent Information Network in Cranston discusses the organization’s mission and a recent grant from the Rhode Island Foundation. more
Historic New England’s Feast for the Farms raised $19,000 to put toward preservation and care of Casey Farm in Saunderstown and Watson Farm in Jamestown, two of the oldest working farms in the state. more
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