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The Brown Daily Herald: HOPE membership, influence grows in Rhode Island

Loud conversation and the smell of meatloaf baking filled the entryway of All Saints Memorial Church in downtown Providence Nov. 14. At the church every Tuesday, the hungry and homeless can find a free and freshly cooked dinner provided by nonprofit City Meal Site. On that Tuesday night, the short, graying and flannel-clad Reverend Maryalice Sullivan greeted homeless and formerly homeless individuals. On their way out, the constituents were stopped by a few University students, who asked to discuss political advocacy for the homeless.

ProJo: Tenants will start moving into homes at $11.2M Central Falls, Pawtucket affordable housing project

Tenants will move in Friday to the first completed building in the 46-unit Branch Blackstone affordable housing development, a renovated three-family home at 39-41 Knight St.

The Rhode Show: Crossroads’ 2017 Holiday Giving Catalog

Help Crossroads Rhode Island provide families with some basic comforts this holiday season, whether it’s shelter from the elements, nutritious meals, warm socks or sturdy shoes.

The Valley Breeze: Places to donate during this season of giving

Places to donate during the season of giving.

The Newport Daily News: Cross-section of humanity

About 150 people from all walks of life with a range of experiences gathered Thursday afternoon at the Seamen’s Church Institute for a Thanksgiving dinner that is an annual celebration of community.

ProJo: My Turn: Anthony Maione: Save the charitable deduction

As we enter the holiday season, nonprofits everywhere are finding opportunities to thank donors for their support. At the same time, the Senate Finance Committee is considering comprehensive tax reform legislation that could cause significant reductions in charitable giving in the future.

The Block Island Times: Four apartments proposed for Harbor Church

The Harbor Church is seeking Town approval to convert the unused third floor of its Water Street building into four one-bedroom apartments to be rented year-round at “below-market” rates. If completed as proposed, the new apartments would be counted toward the Town’s state-mandated quota of affordable housing units.

The Block Island Times: New affordable apartment units proposed

One nearing the starting line, one in the works. With most of the approvals for the Cherry Hill Lane development lined up, the Block Island Housing Board turned to a new phase of that project, and learned about another planned affordable apartment project at its most recent meeting.

Tax Bill ‘Will Put Families Out On The Streets,’ Say Housing Advocates in Rhode Island

Housing advocates in Rhode Island representing a wide coalition of housing groups including community development corporations (CDCS); public housing authorities (PHAs); homeless shelter providers and advocates issued the following statement on the tax bills passed by the House of Representatives and Senate Finance last week.

ProJo: Housing advocates laud Burrillville’s new affordable development

There will only be 75 apartments built at Greenridge Commons, a new affordable development in Pascoag, but the waiting list is already at 400. About 26 of the units are built and occupied, and construction is still under way.

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