INSPIRED BY HOPE

As REALTORS®, we have dedicated our lives to assisting thousands of Rhode Island families in obtaining the ultimate American dream of home ownership. For some families that dream is not easily obtainable. Through The REALTOR® Foundation: Rhode Island we are hoping to provide assistance to families that  need help with rent, home repair and other housing related needs. However, our commitment to giving back goes well beyond housing related initiatives. Through various financial programs, scholarships, and community activities, it is our hope to enhance the quality of life within our communities by organizing volunteers and raising funds for local charitable organizations and/or individuals in need.

HELPING OTHERS

Our goal at The REALTOR® Foundation: Rhode Island is to organize volunteers and raise money for both housing and non-housing related grants and charities, as well as individuals in need. We are always looking for as many hands as possible to accomplish our goals. If you want to learn more about how you can help or if you would like to volunteer your time assisting us for any of our upcoming events, please let us know.

Rhode Island disburses quarterly grants

The Realtor Foundation: Rhode Island disburses quarterly grants each year to assist individuals or entities that have been affected by a personal or natural disaster. Applications for the next grant cycle are due August, 2021.  

NEWS & EVENTS

Realtor Foundation: RI announces recipients of quarterly grant

Warwick, RI -- April 15, 2021 – The Realtor Foundation: Rhode Island, the charitable arm of the Rhode Island Association of Realtors, has awarded $5000 in grants to five local nonprofits as a part of the Foundation’s first-quarter grant cycle.

The grant recipients include St. Mary’s Home for Children which is using the funds to offset basic emergency needs of families in crisis and to provide welcome care packages to children; Reach Out & Read Rhode Island which is purchasing new books for children; and Rebuilding Together Greater Newport which is using the grant to help a single mother of three with repairs on their home and aid Lucy’s Hearth, a family shelter in Middletown. Also receiving grants were Special Olympics Rhode Island, which will use the grant to help athletes and their families attend the 53rd Annual 2021 State Summer Games this June; and We Heart Lives which earmarked the money for the purchase of food and household items to help people experiencing food shortages and to help families who experienced loss due to home fires. MORE...