Grants

Government organizations and local and national philanthropic organizations support the services of John Hope Settlement House. Among those who provide support are:

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Private:

Anne E. Casey Foundation

www.aecf.org

Founded in 1948, the primary mission of the Annie E. Casey Foundation is to foster public policies, human-service reforms, and community supports that more effectively meet the needs of today's vulnerable children and families. In pursuit of this goal, the Foundation makesgrants that help states, cities, and neighborhoods fashion more innovative, cost-effective responses to these needs.

Rhode Island Foundation

www.rifoundation.org

The goal of our granting work at the RI Foundation is what we call "Attaining Vibrant Communities: A Partnership with Rhode Island." Vibrant communities are diverse and inclusive places where individuals are supported and encouraged to realize their personal and collective potential.

Vibrant communities are places where opportunities and services are available and distributed equitably, where physical and natural assets and infrastructure are preserved and maintained, and where cultural, economic, educational, and political centers reflect and respond to the needs of all people. Vibrant communities are places where leaders are presented and fostered and where organizations are strong, where people of all generations and backgrounds want to live.

They are the home for collaboration and innovation, participation, and a deep sense of belonging

The Chace Foundation

A private, charitable fund, the Chace Fund provides grants to organizations in Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island. Among areas of support are child and human services.

The Champlin Foundation

The Champlin Foundations make direct grants to tax exempt organizations, substantially all in Rhode Island, mostly for capital needs. Capital needs may consist of equipment, construction, renovations, the purchase of real property and reduction of mortgage indebtedness.

One important goal is to fund tax exempt organizations within Rhode Island that will have the greatest impact on the broadest possible segment of the population. Another important goal is to provide "hands on" equipment and facilities for those being served by
these tax-exempt organizations.

United Way of Rhode Island

www.uwri.org

The mission of the United Way Rhode Island is to mobilize the caring power of our community to improve the lives of people in need.

Government:

Rhode Island Department of Education

www.ride.ri.gov

Rhode Island's 21st Century Community Learning Centers Initiative (RI 21st CCLCs) is a federally funded program to create high quality comprehensive out-of-school-time programs that provide students with academic, enrichment and school engagement opportunities designed to complement their regular academic program.

Rhode Island Department of Human Services

www.state.ri.us

The RI Department of Human Services is an organization of opportunity, working hand-in-hand with other resources in Rhode Island to offer a full continuum of services for families, adults, children, the elderly, those with disabilities and veterans.

RI Department of Health

www.health.ri.gov

The Mission of the RI Department of Health is that all people in Rhode Island will have the opportunity to live a safe and healthy life in a safe and healthy community.

RI Office of Health and Human Services

www.eohhs.ri.gov

RI General Assembly (Grants)

www.rilin.state.ri.us