Recipient: 1st Quarter, 2014
The ACE program mission is to increase students' life choices after High School graduation. ACE offers an academically rigorous program with a focus on career exploration and on the development of skills to prepare traditionally underserved 9-12 graders from Providence to succeed in postsecondary education, advanced career training and long-term gainful employment.
Recipient: 4th Quarter, 2012
A program in Woonsocket that solicits donors to help fulfill the wish list for Christmas of needy children - clothing, toys and a stuffed stocking.
Recipient: 1st Quarter, 2016
The mission of the Children's Dyslexia Center is:
To provide, free of charge, the highest quality multi-sensory reading and written language tutorial services for children with dyslexia through a network of nationally recognized centers of excellence.
To promote and encourage education of professionals, scholars, and the public, to become resources in teaching children to read.
To advance scientific knowledge of dyslexia through support of clinical research to improve today's standards and tomorrow's care.
Recipient: 2nd Quarter, 2015
College Visions empowers low-income and first-generation college-bound students to realize the promise of higher education by providing advising and resources to promote college enrollment, persistence, and graduation. CV advances equal access to educational opportunities in historically under served communities.
Recipient: 1st Quarter, 2015
Everett is a cross-disciplinary, cross-generational, and cross-cultural ensemble of dance and theatre artists creating, performing, teaching and engaging a diverse community through the arts. The School is a three-tiered education program that offers underserved youth free ongoing classes in the performing arts, and mentorship and apprenticeship opportunities for those who want to pursue the arts in a deeper way.
Recipient: 3rd Quarter, 2014
For the past seven years, Franklin Farm has become the largest all volunteer independent provider of fresh vegetables to the RI Community Food Bank. 141,000 lbs. of fresh vegetables were distributed to RICFB, 9 local food pantries as well as the local food stand at Franklin Farm with the help of Cumberland school children and teachers who volunteer to plant seeds and seedlings.
Recipient: 1st Quarter, 2013
Men and Women in North Providence, Smithfield, Providence and Johnston who are functionally impaired, either mentally or physically, have a place to go so that their caregivers are given the respite that they need to keep their jobs.
Recipient: 2nd Quarter, 2018
Gaits of Harmony's mission states that it "provides all people with opportunities to educate, enrich and empower themselves in order to cope with the challenges of their daily lives through interaction with horses."
The benefits of animal-assisted activities and therapies have been recognized for a long time, but the specific benefits of interacting with horses may be less well known. Working with horses can have a major physical and emotional impact on people with a wide variety of issues and disabilities.
Recipient: 4th Quarter, 2017
Garden Time’s mission is to create garden programs for incarcerated men and women at the Rhode Island Adult Correctional Institution and elsewhere. Through the processes of gardening, the organization fosters education, inspiration, and empowerment; teaches inmates to grow food for economic and personal self-reliance; and identifies and connects with existing opportunities that enable and encourage permanent re-entry into society.
Recipients: 4th Quarter, 2018
For the first time, we had a tie! Good Neighbors Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry will use our donation to help fund their Project Fresh, bringing fresh produce to the people they serve. RI Write on Sports will use our donation to fund camp scholarships for the at risk middle school youth at their unique summer program which combines love of sports with writing.
Recipient: 3rd Quarter, 2017
Can applesauce create new opportunities for RI farmers and at-risk youth? From local orchards to a commercial kitchen in Providence to your dinner table. From the juvenile justice system to employable jobs skills and experience. The Harvest Kitchen is part of Farm Fresh Rhode Island's initiative to increase the variety of value-added local farm products available, and part of the Farm Fresh mission to create a community-based food system.
Recipient: 1st Quarter, 2021
Help the Homeless RI unites organizations, agencies, and communities to create a statewide effort to help the homeless and impoverished in Rhode Island. Primarily through social media, Help the Homeless reaches out to its network to secure, groceries, toiletries, hotel stays, basic garments, shoes, tents, sleeping bags--literally anything that individuals or families might need.
JJ's Toys for Friends
Recipient: 4th Quarter, 2014
"We believe all children should have the opportunity to enjoy a healthy, mobile life." The foundation provides new and refurbished equipment to families of children with special needs.
Recipient: 2nd Quarter, 2016
Mariposa's first classroom opened in 2009, establishing itself as a standard for superior early childhood education in an urban setting. Their nature-based curriculum is designed to follow the seasons and provide a developmentally appropriate and rich approach to learning while encouraging young children to explore the world in which they live, learn and play. Mariposa Center is dedicated to ensuring that all children and families have access to a first rate early childhood education. Enrollment is based upon availability and is also open to families receiving state assistance for child care.
The Matthew 25 Center of Hope
Recipient: 3rd Quarter, 2013
This center provides hot meals, emergency food pantry items, clothing and substance abuse counseling to Woonsocket residents.
Recipient: 1st Quarter, 2020
The Warde-robe is a thrift store ministry in Central Falls, offering quality, gently used clothing and household goods to working families and individuals who have difficulty making ends meet. Our donation will be used to create systems of organization within their space, such as sorting bins, racks, a much-needed computer system and more. Through their efforts at organization, they will be able to accommodate more items and serve more customers
Recipient: 1st Quarter, 2017
The Nathan's Angels Memorial Foundation was established to honor the memory of Nathan Joseph Soares. It provides financial assistance to children in nearby surrounding communities of Providence, RI. The foundation helps children under the age of 18 who have a critical cancer diagnosis and are in active treatment. This foundation offers help to offset some of the financial needs.
Recipient, 4th Quarter, 2019
The Nathan Bishop PTO supports this East Side of Providence middle school, funding field trips for students, and teacher/classroom needs. Their support allows students from this Title I school* to visit such places as Boston, bringing to life their American history curriculum
Recipient: 1st Quarter, 2018
Founded in 1997, New Urban Arts is a nationally-recognized community arts studio for high school students and emerging artists in Providence, Rhode Island. Their mission is to build a vital community that empowers young people as artists and leaders to develop a creative practice they can sustain throughout their lives.
Their free, year-round out-of-school programs promote sustained mentoring relationships between urban high school students and trained artist mentors—who, together, engage in youth leadership, risk taking, collaboration, and self-directed learning.
Recipient: 3rd Quarter, 2015
Voices of Beauty is a collaborative spoken word and movement outreach program which communicates with teens by addressing important and relevant issues in their lives such as anorexia, depression, conflict issues and self-image. This program is usually presented in school assemblies.
Recipient: 3rd Quarter, 2018
This no-kill pet shelter focuses on providing a caring and safe environment
for animals who may be abused or neglected, while seeking long term homes
to a provide for these pets. Their annual budget is completely dependent on
donations and small fundraisers they run throughout the year.
Recipient: 3rd Quarter, 2012
The Home Base Program provides essential household items for homeless Rhode Islanders statewide. The center provides extensive services to 200 homeless people; a minimum of 136 of those outreached will be placed in permanent supported housing.
Recipient: 2nd Quarter, 2013
PICA has four main program areas and is the support system for those who have none - Daily Food Pantry, Friday evening Community Meal, Homeless Outreach Program and SOAR - Outreach and Recovery.
Recipient: 4th Quarter, 2015
RI Founder, Patricia Weltin is on a mission to raise national awareness and research money for rare diseases. Ms. Weltin has enlisted artists to paint a portrait of one child afflicted with each rare disease. The result is the Beyond the Diagnosis travelling art exhibit consisting of 40 portraits of real-life children with rare diseases. Ms. Weltin has lectured to medical students at Brown University and the medical staff at Hasbro Children's Hospital concerning these rare diseases.
Recipient: 2nd Quarter, 2012
This organization partners with pediatricians to prescribe books and encourage families to read together. Funds allow young children and families in low-income communities to receive a brand-new book and literacy advice when they visit their doctor for well-child visits.
Recipient: 2nd Quarter, 2021
Red Shed makes biking accessible to kids and families in neighborhoods along the Woonasquatucket River Greenway and beyond. Working with cyclists of all ages and skill levels, from first time riders, to those with years of experience, Red Shed gives students, neighbors, and fellow Rhode Islanders, the skills and information they need to be safe and confident cyclists so that they can enjoy nature close to home.
Recipient: 3rd Quarter, 2019
Refugee Dream Center offers services to target the gaps within the refugee community, post-resettlement, and ensures the continuation of services, critical to helping their clients achieve self-sufficiency and integration.
Recipient: 2nd Quarter, 2020
Their mission is to improve the quality of life for all Rhode Islanders by advancing solutions to the problem of hunger.
Recipient: 2nd Quarter, 2014
The mission is to utilize the distinctive resources of the state's only professional orchestra in such a way as to make the broadest possible educational impact on RI children and, in particular, provide access to quality music education for every elementary student in the state and region.
Recipient: 2nd Quarter, 2017
RISE provides scholarships and mentoring to children of currently and formerly incarcerated parents in order to break the inter-generational cycle of poverty, crime and addiction that too often threatens them. The money that 100 Women donate will help them provide scholarships to their students.
Recipient: 3rd Quarter, 2020
Sojourner House promotes healthy relationships by providing culturally sensitive support, advocacy, housing, and education for victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking; and to effect systems change. They offer Rhode Island's largest and most comprehensive residential services program for victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking, including emergency shelter, transitional housing, permanent supportive housing, and rapid re-housing.
Recipient: 1st Quarter, 2019
The Star Kids Scholarship Program provides educational opportunities in the form of tuition aid to effective non-public schools, uniforms, after-school and summer programs, tutoring and mentoring for those high risk, low-income children who have a parent with a history of incarceration and/or substance abuse. Children are typically enrolled in the program between kindergarten and grade 4.
Recipient: 4th Quarter, 2020
The mission of the Village Commons of RI is to fundamentally change the experience of growing older here in RI by fostering the creation of communities of mutual support across the state and by directly supporting their long-term sustainability.
Recipient: 1st Quarter, 2012 and 3rd Quarter, 2016
A food rescue organization in Warren that saves food from being thrown into a dumpster or other garbage disposal. Food is located, gathered and distributed to groups that feed the poor, the distressed and the underprivileged.
Recipient: 4th Quarter, 2013
An alternative educational environment for children with multiple and complex learning challenges. Our funds provided scholarships for those in need.
Recipient: 4th Quarter, 2016
Their mission is to facilitate the transition for refugee families and to help them to become self-sufficient and productive members of society, while maintaining their cultural identity. This young organization provides assistance to newly arrived families or families in crises in the form of cleaning supplies, clothes, diapers, furniture, support, and education. It is the only nonprofit in Rhode Island focused specifically on serving refugee women.