Helping homebound Rhode Island seniors
stay healthy, safe and happy at home. Since 1969, we have worked to alleviate food insecurity and social isolation among at-risk older adults.
TEEG works quietly behind the scenes to give individuals and families the support they need to live independently and thrive.
Jonnycake’s mission is to provide basic needs, resources, and hope to our community members. Our vision is a community without hunger and poverty where everyone can reach their full potential and improve their quality of life.
Northeast Placement Services is a non-profit organization founded in 1986 with a mission to provide integrated placement opportunities and services for adults with intellectual disabilities, ages 21 to 70+, so that they may be successful and valued members of the community.
The College Crusade was inspired by the idea that the consistent involvement of caring adults helps young people overcome economic and educational disadvantages.
For 146 Years, PPL has been continually transforming and focusing on providing equally transformative experiences for all Rhode Islanders.
For more than 50 years, Thundermist Health Center has focused on one of the most critical issues in our country – providing high-quality health care to all.
PCF Development will be celebrating 30 years of helping dreams come true and in that journey has created healthy neighborhoods where Rhode Islanders can afford to live and enjoy their community.
YouthBuild Preparatory Academy (YBPA), a group dedicated to helping low-income young people become educated, productive adults in their communities, is working to develop a strategic plan that will serve as a blueprint to grow and sustain the organization.
The North Kingstown Food Pantry Vacation Nutrition Program was created to help families with school children who qualify for free or reduced school breakfast and lunch during the months when the children are not in school.
Now in its 15th year, The Manton Avenue Project (MAP) is a staple of Providence’s Olneyville community. Serving students from 3rd to 12th grade, MAP connects children to and fosters their playwriting and theatre skills.