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Social Welfare
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Bryant University’s Women’s Summit is slated for March 18, and more than 1,000 women are expected to attend the annual event. more
Gently used or new coats, scarves, gloves, hats, socks and footwear are being accepted for Tech Collective and Bridge Technical Talent’s “winter warmth drive” throughout January. more
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, WalletHub looked at the states and Washington, D.C. to determine which ones are the most racially integrated and achieved the most racial progress. more
For many residents of Forand Manor, a public housing high-rise for seniors in Central Falls, there is basically one option for healthy food shopping. A Stop & Shop across the Seekonk River in Pawtucket pays for a bus every Tuesday and Friday. more
MICHAEL CAREY is director of the The Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine at The Miriam Hospital in Providence. The center recently was awarded a $146K grant to study whether meditation over a telephone is effective in reducing the effects … more
If a nonprofit wants an upcoming fundraiser to be considered for a calendar listing, email information to nonprofit@PBN.com at least four weeks in advance of the event. more
Toray Plastics (America) Inc.’s 12th annual Toys for Tots and Navy Caring and Sharing Breakfast raised $3,500 for the Navy program and collected 600 toys for the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots program. more
Citizens Bank is now accepting applications from nonprofits for financial literacy services that help consumers manage their money better. more
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State is marking its 50th anniversary with “Mentoring Month” in January and other celebrations. more
Philip Trevvett, vice chairman of the Urban Greens Food Co-op for the past three years, has been engaged with the not-for-profit organization for more than five years. Here he discusses the organization’s latest developments. more
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