Updated April 27 at 11:30am
Philanthropy
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Capital Good Fund CEO discusses the group’s holistic approach to fighting poverty. more
“You can either offer work, you can offer wisdom, or you can offer wealth,” said Oliver Bennett, senior vice president at Bank of America Corp. While it could be assumed that Bennett was talking about his industry, of which he’s been a part for nearly three decades, the advice actually hits a little closer to home – both for Bennett, who heard it from his father-in-law, Ron Boss, former chairman and CEO of A.T. Cross Co., and for the many community members Bennett affects through his charitable work. more
Executive director of the Providence In-town Churches Association speaks about the organization’s long-term goals and the programs it offers. more
With a view of the Scrabble game board and other décor as a backdrop, more than 900 guests on March 7 attended the Hasbro Children’s Hospital Scrabble Ball, which raised $1.1 million for the hospital. more
The game show “Wheel of Fortune” donated $10,000 to Hasbro Children’s Hospital in March. more
Two years ago, Kevin Gallagher volunteered to become a board member for the Center for Mediation and Collaboration Rhode Island, a nonprofit that had previously not been on the Providence attorney’s radar. more
Santander Bank N.A. has donated $1,000 to the Children’s Advocacy Center Bristol County through its Ideas for Good campaign. more
(Updated 11:50 a.m.) The American Heart Association has selected the Providence market as one of 15 around the nation to target health-promotion efforts at the community level using federal funds. more
The Rhode Island Foundation manages its finances to make sure that its capital endowment grows in perpetuity, a key function of its identity as a community foundation. more
Executive director of the Coggeshall Farm Museum discusses her vision to invigorate the museum’s programs and presence. more
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