Our workplace partners

Our workplace partners

The state’s leading companies, nonprofits and unions

The state’s leading companies, nonprofits, and unions invest in United Way of Rhode Island to make ours a community where every individual in each community has equal opportunity for justice and prosperity.

We’re proud to partner with companies and organizations across the state in support of our mission and their social responsibility focus.

Most complement their giving with a workplace giving program. Many also work with our Volunteer Center of Rhode Island to engage employees in meaningful team-building activities. Others work with us to craft comprehensive corporate social responsibility programs. 

Why partner with United Way of Rhode Island

Organizations that partner with United Way: 

  • Believe that a strong community is important to their success. 
  • Value active engagement as a transformative driver of community success.
  • Know that attracting and retaining top talent is a critical priority and that their employees want to work for a company that reflects their values.
  • Want to demonstrate to customers their commitment to their community. 
  • Value United Way of Rhode Island’s proven results and vision for future impact. 

Ready to make an impactContact Brooke Havens at brooke.havens@unitedwayri.org to discuss your investment in the community.

Top partners

We partner with more than 350 companies and institutions like the ones below. Give us a call today to be part of this movement.

Volunteer Group Smiles

Brown University

Bank Newport

Bank Rhode Island

Citizens Bank

CVS Health

Dimeo Construction

Hasbro

Rhode Island AFL-CIO

Teknor Apex

Textron, Inc.

The Washington Trust Company

UPS

IN THE NEWS

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ARPA a payment on bills long overdue

The Providence Journal

"The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) isn’t unexpected good fortune. It’s a past bill that’s overdue after decades of underfunding our communities," shares United Way of Rhode Island's president and CEO, Cortney Nicolato. "It’s also an opportunity to get things right and position our state to thrive for generations to come."

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Members of Forbes Nonprofit Council offer advice on balancing accountability with empathy in the workplace.

Balancing Accountability & Empathy At Work

Forbes Nonprofit Council

"Striking a balance between accountability and empathy is crucial for creating a work environment where employees can thrive... Here, 13 members of Forbes Nonprofit Council, including United Way of Rhode Island's president and CEO, Cortney Nicolato, share their expert tips on maintaining accountability and empathy in the workplace."

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MolinaCares donates $105K to RI nonprofits

Providence Business News

"United Way of Rhode Island received $50,000 from the MolinaCares Accord for its Nonprofit Innovation Lab, designed to promote innovation within nonprofits to create programs focused on housing, health equity and solutions to racial disparity."

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Women United Information Session

Join us noon-1 p.m. at our Women United Information Session. You'll learn ways to get involved as a leadership donor through United Way's Women United group. We will also discuss how this dynamic group of women raise funds each year towards childhood literacy.

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United Way’s 95th Annual Celebration

Join United Way of Rhode Island on Tuesday, October 26 from 5:30 – 7 p.m. for our 95th Annual Celebration. Together, we're celebrating Rhode Island United and honoring our extraordinary community volunteers.

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22nd Annual Lights On Afterschool

Join us for the Rhode Island Afterschool Network's 22nd annual Lights On Afterschool celebration. We'll showcase how afterschool programs are closing Rhode Island's achievement gap and explore ways to secure state funding for out-of-school time learning.

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