Thanks to all who helped us to honor our

2013 Awards recipients

 Profile in Change Award ~

Dan Jaehnig, WJAR NBC TV-10

Sister Carol McGovern 'Voice for the Voiceless' Award~

James Diossa, City of Central Falls, Mayor

Susan Hamilton Welin Non-Violence Award ~

Deb DeBare, Coalition Against Domestic Violence



RiverzEdge at White HouseFor its effectiveness in developing creativity and fostering academic success by engaging young people in the arts and humanities, RiverzEdge Arts Project was recognized with a prestigious national award by First Lady Michelle Obama at a White House ceremony in October. Chosen from a pool of more than 450 nominations and 50 finalists, RiverzEdge was one of 15 after-school and out-of-school programs across the country to receive the 2010 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award, the highest honor such programs can receive. The award honors community-based arts and humanities programs that make a marked difference in the lives of their participants by improving academic scores and graduation rates, enhancing life skills, and developing positive relationships with peers and adults.


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