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Philanthropy
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The first round of the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation’s new “Ribbon of Hope” license plates were recently completed and will be available for pick-up on Sept. 6. more
The Newport Historical Society has started work on its project to renovate its facility at 82 Touro St. A new driveway, entrance and elevator will make the building more accessible. Inside, modern collections storage and a research facility will be provided. The plan preserves most of the property’s greenspace and both mature trees. more
Rhode Island College President Nancy Carriuolo, an advocate for HIV/AIDS research and prevention, is calling on students to support the Sept. 27 AIDS Walk for Life. more
Greater Blackstone Valley Prevention Coalition plans to launch three new free smoking-cessation programs to help residents of Rhode Island lead tobacco-free lives, buttressed by a $10,000 grant from the CVS Health Foundation. more
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation is providing $200,000 in grants to 14 Rhode Island nonprofits. more
Executive director of City Year Providence discusses her organization’s challenges and successes. more
The sold-out Newport 10 Miler road race scheduled for June 7 will generate a $14,000 donation to the Fort Adams Trust, organizers said this week. more
A Grande Fete by the River, Scituate Youth Association tasting and more. more
The Rhode Island Foundation on Thursday awarded more than $250,000 in grants to five health care providers through its RIGHA Foundation Fund, which promotes development of an effective primary health care system in the state. more
The path for women interested in anthropology and archaeology 30 years ago was teaching – not a direction in which Deborah Cox necessarily wanted to go. Cox, now 61, of Warwick, got a degree in 1974 in secondary education at Rhode Island … more
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