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A one night stay at the Castle Hill Inn in Newport, RI.

Stay includes:  a standard room, a 3-course dinner for two, afternoon tea, and breakfast.

Total Value:  $950

Raffle Tickets are $20.00 each

and benefit The Fund for Community Progress

Drawing will be held at The Funds’ 2014 Award Ceremony

on April 24, 2014.


Winner does not need to be present to win.




 Thanks to our sponsor. . .



2014 Nondas Hurst Voll Scholarship Call for Applications


The Nondas Hurst Voll Scholarship awards financial support to single mothers who are transitioning off public assistance to begin or continue studies in higher education. Applications are due April 11, 2014. 

Voll Scholarship Application 2014FINAL.pdf

Voll Description 2014FINAL.pdf

Rhode Island Foundation Scholarships Available

The Rhode Island Foundation has scholarships available that are compatible with our Nondas Hurst Voll Scholarships.  We encourage those who are applying for the Voll Scholarship funds to consider the Rhode Island Foundation opportunities. 

To access these applications and others, log onto The Rhode Island Foundation and follow links to Scholarships, Scholarship/Fellowship Opportunities, Scholarships for College Level Study, then locate the scholarship by name alphabetically in the list to access the link.  We encourage you to take the Scholarship Questionnaire to help you determine your eligibility for other scholarships The Rhode Island Foundation offers.


The Fund participates in the RI State Employees Charitable Appeal

SECA Code # 8000

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Community Shares, USA

The Fund is an affiliate of Community Shares USA, a collaboration of federations that support community-based organizations and causes. These members play a vital role in advancing social, economic and environmental issues. CS USA works with regional and national employers to offer workplace-based giving campaigns.

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