Living United, Putting Community First
LEADERSHIP AND ADMINISTRATION
Chief Operations Officer
Larry Warner, DrPH
Director, Nonprofit Resource Center
Mary Ann Canavan
Accounting Manager, Grants, Payroll, and AP
Accounting Manager, Fundraising Internal Audit
RESOURCE AND ENGAGEMENT
Senior Program Manager, Andar & Resource Operations
Director of Corporate Relations
Administrative Assistant, Donor Relations
Senior Program Officer, Volunteer Engagement and Volunteer Center Manager
Coordinator, Corporate Relations
COMMUNITY IMPACT AND EQUITY
Director, Community Investments
Program Officer, Housing and Economic Policy
Program Officer, Child Development and 2-Gen Initiatives
Administrative Assistant, Community Impact and Equity
Project Manager, 211 Data and Resources
Program Officer, Grant Development
Program Officer, Workforce Development and Economic Mobility
Bi-Lingual Community Resource Specialist, 211
Senior Program Officer, MME
Maria Sol Cuesta
Community Resource Specialist, POINT
Call Center Manager, 211
Five Questions With: Roshni Darnal
Providence Business News
Roshni Darnal is the director of community investments for United Way of Rhode Island... where she manages the organization's strategic direction to address the needs of Rhode Islanders through its grantmaking processes… Darnal spoke with Providence Business News about those grantmaking changes and what it means for the nonprofit community moving forward.
FCARI: Prescription Delivery Services for Seniors
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, 89% of adults 65 and older take prescription medicine. For seniors who have mobility issues or are unable to leave their homes to go to the pharmacy, using a prescription delivery service is a simple solution.
This resource provides seniors and their caregivers with the top prescription delivery services, information on financial assistance options, and guidance on choosing the best service for their specific needs. Learn more at: www.caring.com/best-prescription-delivery-services/
PBN announces 2023 Best Places to Work honorees
Providence Business News
Sixty-seven honorees, including United Way of Rhode Island, have been named by Providence Business News for its 2023 Best Places to Work Awards program... The honorees will be recognized June 7 for their efforts in a ceremony at Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick in Warwick, where the company rankings in each category will be announced.
United Way of Rhode Island is offering assistance to those age 65 and older and adults with disabilities who need help enrolling in or reviewing their Medicare Part D and Medicare Advantage plans for 2024 coverage. The current open enrollment period ends on Dec. 7 and is the only time at which individuals can make changes.
United Way of Rhode Island is offering free assistance to those age 65 and older and adults with disabilities who need help enrolling in or reviewing their Medicare Part D and Medicare Advantage plans for 2024 coverage. In addition to the community events listed here, individuals can find help with Medicare open enrollment by calling the Point at (401) 462-4444.
United Way of Rhode Island is excited to announce that the Rhode Island Afterschool Network (RIAN) will expand its efforts effective October 1, 2023 with Rhode Island Foundation serving as its fiscal sponsor.
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