The Black Philanthropy Bannister Fund offers scholarships to Black college and technical school students pursuing healthcare careers.
Scholarship applications close April 10.
25 scholarship recipients received $54,500 last year.
The Rhode Island Foundation funds the most nonprofits.
It offers capacity-building programs for nonprofits led by Asian, Black, Latino, Hispanic, Indigenous, or multi-racial executive directors.
It also offers grants for anti-racist organizational cultures.
Neil D. Steinberg, President and CEO of the Rhode Island Foundation, thanked donors, community advisors, and nonprofit partners for addressing inequity.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the importance of working together to eliminate disparities and close achievement gaps, promoting a better future for all Rhode Islanders.
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