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Awards 2014

Each year The Fund recognizes those who strive to create positive change in the community – change that is vital to guaranteeing fairness and opportunity for all Rhode Islanders  

Almost 100 people gathered at Pearl Restaurant and Lounge on April 24 to honor a few of Rhode Island's great change makers!  Those honored:

  • Steve Brown, Executive Director of the Rhode Island affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union
  • Richard Holcomb, founder of Project Weber,
  • Dr. Michelle Forcier, Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Assistant Dean of Admission at Brown University Medical School 
  • GoLocal Providence.


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The Fund participates in the RI State Employees Charitable Appeal

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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.

Steve and shirt

Steven’s counselor in middle school suggested that he check out RiverzEdge. “I was really lazy and I wasn’t planning on college.”  But in the ScreenWorks studio, Steve got into the technical part, especially the digital tools. RiverzEdge got on him when his grades were falling and he brought them up. Now he’s headed to Full Sail University for art.

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