Our mission is to plant, steward, and advocate for trees in Providence. We do this by providing free street trees to Providence residents through our Neighborhood Street Tree Planting Awards, by training and empowering people to become Providence Community Tree Keepers, and by fostering engagement with our Urban Forest.
Change for the Better – Environmental Community Service Group is a civic group based in Barrington, Rhode Island dedicated to helping the environment by raising money and awareness, as well as by directly helping nature around us.
Lincoln Middle School serves over 700 students, from grades 6 through 8, in the northeastern Rhode Island community of Lincoln. It is a school and a community dedicated to excellence in education and a deeply held commitment to family, community and our common humanity.
Merlyn Education and Climate Protection Project, known as "Merlyn Climate Grants," received its not-for-profit status in June 2019. Its mission is to mentor and support the efforts of exceptional young climate leaders, ages 13 to 30, living or studying in New England and New York. Board members live and work in New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts.
The Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council was awarded a Loraine Tisdale grant to help develop and implement a project involving local children with the construction of insect hotels for installation along the Fred Lippitt Woonasquatucket River Greenway.
The San Miguel School in Providence was awarded a Loraine Tisdale grant in order for them to improve their own composting process at the school.
Students and teachers at the Henry Barnard School, working with the Rhode Island College Environmental Club, will create an educational video about composting that will teach other students at HBS how to properly separate out food scrap for composting. In addition, the video will be shared with other schools around the state.
The San Miguel School, a Lasallian middle school, provides a high quality, holistic education for boys from diverse and challenging backgrounds.
In a caring, safe, and structured environment, we foster a spirit of mutual respect and brotherhood among all students. We walk with our students and their families throughout their educational journey at San Miguel and beyond.
The mission of Henry Barnard School’s faculty and staff is to provide an inclusive, positive, safe, creative hands-on learning environment, where children are challenged academically and encouraged to be socially responsible members of our diverse learning community.
Our mission is to raise awareness for environmental and social concerns through the Arts while providing a venue to local musicians, composers and poets.