The Rhode Island Foundation



The Rhode Island Foundation works to build a better Rhode Island as a philanthropic resource. . .for people, communities, organizations, and programs.

Web Address

www.rifoundation.org/

Social Media Links

Twitter - @RIFoundation

Assets

$541,228,030 - 2006-12-31


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Recent News from Rhode Island Foundation


Subpoena Issued to RI Foundation on $8.2M Questionable Gift Tied to St. Joseph Pension Fund ...
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“As the state's community foundation we take our role as a fiduciary and steward of charitable dollars very seriously. We recently received a subpoena requesting documents about affiliated...more

Newport nonprofits win grants to reach out to African-American youth
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To mark Black History Month, the Rhode Island Foundation has awarded grants to two local nonprofit organizations to fund programs for local African-American children. “Providing the Black community...more

Newport nonprofits win grants to reach out to African-American youth
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To mark Black History Month, the Rhode Island Foundation has awarded grants to two local nonprofit organizations to fund programs for local African-American children. “Providing the Black community...more

RI Foundation to expand programs, staffing in 2018
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PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Foundation provided $43 million in grants to 1,700 nonprofit organizations last year and it's poised to expand its grant programs and hire three more employees this...more

Three inventive RI composers win $25000 MacColl Johnson grants
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Composers Kirsten Volness and Jacob Richman have each been awarded a $25,000 MacColl Johnson Fellowship by the Rhode Island Foundation. ... Each year the Rhode Island Foundation offers the grants,...more

Rhode Island Foundation awards $130000 in grants to benefit black community
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PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Marking Black History Month, the Rhode Island Foundation through its Black Philanthropy Bannister Fund has awarded more than $130,000 in scholarships and grants that will benefit...more

$5000 to grant to expand Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring
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Big Brothers Big Sisters' community-based mentoring program pairs at-risk youth age 7 to 15 in long-term, one-to-one relationships with adult volunteers. Site-based mentoring pairs college students...more

Foundation has $265K for nonprofit grants
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Nonprofit organizations serving Jamestown residents have until Feb. 15 to apply for grants from the Rhode Island Foundation. Maximum grants of $10,000 will be financed through the Newport County...more

Barrington Non-Profit Organizations Can Apply For Grants
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... health education or provide basic needs services to enhance the lives of Barrington residents," said Kelly Riley, who oversees the Barrington District Nursing Association Fund at the...more

Podcast: RI Foundation on what grants and scholarships are available, our thoughts on sale of ...
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Chris Barnett from Rhode Island Foundation joined us on this hodge-podge of What'sUpNewp Radio Edition on AM 1540 WADK to discuss the Foundations news that they are offering $265,000 in grants to...more

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