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RIPTA: Customer Satisfaction Survey, 2020

The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) wants to know how satisfied customers are with the services it provides. The transit authority is inviting community groups to take its eighth, annual online Customer Satisfaction Survey available on the RIPTA website through Sunday, April 15, 2020.

FLBB: 2020 Affordable Housing Program Announcement

We are operating in a rapidly changing business environment and continuing to monitor the COVID-19 situation. Despite the challenges that we are all encountering, I am pleased to share that we are continuing to offer the programs and services that our members depend on, including our Affordable Housing Program and Equity Builder Program.

What's Up Newp: Senator Euer celebrates preservation of 204 affordable housing units at Festival Field Apartments

Senator Euer celebrates preservation of 204 affordable housing units at Festival Field Apartments

Valley Breeze: HUD awards funding to R.I. Homeless programs

HUD awards funding to R.I. Homeless programs

Valley Breeze: Construction projects delayed amid shutdown

Construction projects delayed amid shutdown

Valley Breeze: Pawtucket Soup Kitchen sees huge increase as others close

Adrienne Marchetti, director of the Pawtucket Soup Kitchen, said that after an initial drop-off in visitors there, “things have gotten insane” as other facilities shut down.

What's Up Newp: Demands on neighborhood centers, homeless shelters grow as COVID-19 spreads

Demands on neighborhood centers, homeless shelters grow as COVID-19 spreads

ProJo: R.I. nonprofit groups struggling: ‘How do you go ... to donors and ask them to contribute?’

R.I. nonprofit groups struggling: ‘How do you go ... to donors and ask them to contribute?’

Homes RI: March News

We are in challenging times. People, and social systems, are strained. At the center of this public health emergency is the necessity for people to take care of themselves in a safe, healthy and affordable home. Too many Rhode Islanders are currently unable to do this because they are housing insecure.

What’s Up Podcast: Cortney Nicolato, President and CEO of United Way Rhode Island discusses 401Gives

​Now more than ever, support is needed for the important work happening throughout the state’s nonprofit community. On Wednesday, April 1, United Way of Rhode Island (UWRI) will launch its anticipated new statewide giving campaign, 401Gives, making it easy for Rhode Islanders to donate to any of nearly 400 local organizations.

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