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Social Welfare
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The Junior League of Rhode Island Inc. has raised $8,856 at its third annual Winter Sparkle culinary event at the Governor Henry Lippitt House Museum on Feb. 7. more
The Newport Art Museum raised $15,000 on Feb. 27 at a Midwinter White Party. more
Vice president of human resources for the East Bay Community Action Program talks about the organizations wide array of health and human services. more
Wildlife Baby Shower, Interfaith Counseling Center auction and more. 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
Osbert Duoa moved to Rhode Island with his mother when he was 5 years old. By the time he turned 14 he was skipping school to get into fights. "I felt like the world was in my hands and I could do whatever I wanted," Duoa told Providence … more
For the third consecutive year, the Amica $75,000 Community Challenge surpassed its fundraising goal, raising more than $180,000. Amica Mutual … more
Patricia O’Donnell Saracino, the vice president of community relations at BankRI, was recently honored by The Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute as an Angel in Adoption. She was nominated by U.S. Rep. James R. Langevin. Through BankRI, Saracino has helped children in foster care attend sporting and cultural events, as well as other fun childhood activities that they otherwise would not have had the opportunity to participate in. Outside of the office, Saracino has been a dedicated volunteer at Adoption Rhode Island for nearly 10 years. She is also a proud member of a “forever family,” after adopting her daughter nine years ago. more
Dunkin’ Donuts recently announced the launch of a new joint initiative with Hasbro Children’s Hospital to promote child safety and reduce the risk of preventable injuries. more
BankNewport recently donated more than $2,600 to Save The Bay as a part of the Community Month in August. more
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