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Executive director for Institute for the Study & Practice of Nonviolence talks about the organization’s work in Providence. more
Mechanics Cooperative Bank recently announced four scholarship award winners. The high school seniors, who will receive $1,000 prizes for their accomplishments, are Katelyn Cappello of Somerset Berkley Regional High School, Shawn Sowersby of Durfee High School and Deanna Pacheco and Steven Tran, both of Coyle and Cassidy High School. more
Roger Williams Park Zoo raised more than $260,000 at its recent annual fundraising event, “Zoobilee! Feasts with the Beasts.” The funds, which were raised with the support of local businesses, sponsors, a committee of community leaders and about 1,300 guests, will support the zoo’s education and conservation programs next year. more
Newport Antiques Show, Motorcycle Mystery Ride and more. more
Lapels Dry Cleaning, an environmentally friendly dry cleaning, company recently donated an estimated $10,000 worth of clothing to raise money for Big Brother Big Sister in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Arizona. more
Five Rhode Island youth organizations have partnered to strengthen this year’s Kids Bridge Summer Learning Program, a six week kindergarten readiness program that will engage 40 students this summer at Asa Messer Elementary School in Providence. more
Providence Public Library will offer guided architectural tours of its historic library building beginning on Aug. 6. more
CVS Caremark Corp. employees collected roughly 25,000 pounds, or 11 tons, of trash in shoreline cleanup efforts across the nation this year. more
Fidelity Charitable, an independent public charity that uses a donor-advised fund model, saw both incoming contributions to the fund and outgoing grants reach record levels during the first half of 2013. more
The Roy T. Morgan Foundation, a Warwick-based nonprofit, recently gave a $5,000 grant to Easter Seals Rhode Island in support of their outpatient programs. The physical and occupation therapies offered by the outpatient program cater to children affected by neurological, developmental or orthopedic conditions. Services aim to improve areas varying from coordination, balance, sensory integration, endurance and range of motion. The program launched in October 2011 and served roughly 100 children and young adults in 2012. more
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