Updated July 30 at 2:30pm
Philanthropy
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BankNewport recently donated more than $2,600 to Save The Bay as a part of the Community Month in August. more
PROVIDENCE – The city school department has chosen Mt. Pleasant and Hope high schools to host two new Carnegie Opportunity by Design high schools. more
Executive director of Leadership Rhode Island discusses the group’s work with leaders and emerging leaders. more
The Rhode Island Foundation’s endowment exceeds $730 million, but feeding the appetites of philanthropy is a constant exercise in relationship-building that leads to giving – an exercise two recent hires plan to help boost. more
There are a number of ways for nonprofits to improve the presentation of financial information for the public, the board, and current and potential donors. From our extensive work with nonprofit organizations, here are four that are generally the most effective. more
The Kent Washington Association of Realtors’ 22nd annual golf tournament raised $9,300 to be given to three local nonprofit organizations. Checks of $3,100 each were given to the Elizabeth Buffum Chace Center, the House of Hope CDC and the South County Habitat for Humanity. more
The Arpin Charitable Fund, also known as Arpin Strong, has raised more than $37,000 and donated to 36 charitable and medical organizations, according to its 2014 year-end report. more
Students interested in applying for $120,000 in scholarships, including one $20,000 grant, from Dunkin’ Donuts, have until March 15 to submit applications. more
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern New England recently presented a $16,000 grant to Kent Hospital to purchase neonatal equipment to help improve the care of newborns in the hospital’s nursery. more
McAuley Ministries is being awarded a 2015 BlueAngel Community Health Grant for $30,000 from Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island to launch a new “Get Fit McAuley!” program. more
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