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Social Welfare
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Junior Achievement of Rhode Island has received a $3,363 grant from the TD Charitable Foundation to support financial literacy programming. more
National Grid and retailers recently helped increase breast cancer awareness in support of the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation, raising $4,788 through the sale of energy efficient light bulbs. more
The game show “Wheel of Fortune” donated $10,000 to Hasbro Children’s Hospital in March. more
Nearly 26 percent of Rhode Islanders report near-daily use of drugs or medications that alter their mood or help them relax, according to Gallup’s latest “State of the States” series. more
Nicholas Lowinger started Gotta Have Sole Foundation in seventh grade in response to seeing homeless children without functioning shoes. Today Lowinger is in the 11th grade, with expectations that the foundation will have distributed shoes to tens … more
Run as One 5K, Matty Fund Egg Hunt and more. more
The Willimantic, Conn.-based Savings Institute Bank & Trust has donated $3,000 to the Maternal and Child Health Program at VNS of Newport and Bristol Counties. more
The 4-Safety program, a partnership between Hasbro Children’s Hospital and Dunkin’ Donuts, will focus this spring on bullying prevention. more
Old Slater Mill Association director of events and programs discusses the nonprofit’s busy calendar. more
St. Mary Academy Bay View, in conjunction with the Rhode Island Blood Center, held a second blood drive of the year on March 12, generating 45 pints of blood. more
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