Goodwill Industries of Rhode Island has gone through several name changes over the last century and half, but they’ve always shared the mission of their current parent organization: that’s helping the needy and disabled with “a hand up, not a hand out.”
By the time Dr. Christopher Furey, a Vermont native, finished his residency in family medicine at Memorial Hospital in Pawtucket this past June, he had reached $150,000 in total debt for his higher education.
The Picture of Children’s Health is a place that is full of joy – as in Joy Feldman, founder and executive director of the new East Greenwich nonprofit that has set its sights on educating and empowering children to make lifelong healthy-lifestyle choices and achieve optimal health.
By John A. Lahtinen
Robinson & Cole lawyers and staff volunteered more than 325 hours at 22 events across 10 nonprofit organizations based in Boston, Hartford, New York, Providence and Stamford, Conn., this past summer.
The Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket welcomed more than 150 friends and supporters to the Alfred Elson Jr. Clubhouse during its second Opening Doors event, celebrating the Club’s ongoing Building Better Futures: Capital & Endowment Campaign.
The Patriots defeated the Dolphins by a score of 8 to 0 in a rousing game of Financial Football, which was played by East Greenwich high school students who took sides to promote personal financial literacy throughout Rhode Island.
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