Press: St. Mary’s Home for Children in the News!

2022

November 15, 2022: Providence Business News – “Ad in 2022 Giving Guide.”

October 6, 2022: Caring Connections – “Equine Therapy.”

September 16, 2022: Rhode Island PBS – “Our Town: North Providence.”

September 9, 2022: Providence Business News – “$11.8M from R.I. CDBG program awarded to 35 organizations.”

September 9, 2022: Governor’s Office – “Governor McKee Announces $11.8M in Community Development Block Grant Funding.”

June 17, 2022: Major League Baseball 18 non-profits win Red Sox and Ruderman Family Foundation Grants addressing mental health in New England.”

June 8, 2022: Valley Breeze – “St. Mary’s Home for Children receives Champlin Foundation grant.”

April 27, 2022: Valley Breeze –Our Town North Providence’ updates stories, calls for sponsors.”

April 7, 2022: Valley Breeze – Shorey: We’re for any effort that makes our communities stronger.” 

March 16, 2022: Valley Breeze – “Student-led initiatives lead to change at Ricci and beyond.”

February 22, 2022: Boston Globe – “I just feel Rhode Island has failed.”

 

2021

December 23, 2021: WJAR Channel 10 – North Providence nonprofit gifts abused children with special meals for holidays.”

December 15, 2021: Valley Breeze – “Police heavily engaged in giving back to community.” (Name mention)

December 14, 2020: Providence Journal –Opinion/Casciano-McCann: The state system continues to fail RI’s children.”

December 1, 2021: Valley BreezeLocal organizations have needs this holiday season.”

December 1, 2021: Valley BreezePlates With Purpose wants to send St. Mary’s families out to eat.”

November 30, 2021: Providence MonthlyNonprofits Serve Up Cheer in North Providence.”

November 1, 2021: Hey Rhody – “3 RI Organizations Celebrate the Reason for the Season.” (Name mention)

October 20, 2021: Valley Breeze –St. Mary’s feels impact of staffing crisis.”

October 15, 2021: Providence Journal: Family Court judge blasts DCYF for treatment of girls, warns of discrimination lawsuit.” (Name mention)

October 6, 2021: Valley Breeze – New bakery opens in Centredale.” (Name mention)

August 10, 2021: Valley Breeze – Grant to St. Mary’s will help families afford mental health care.”

May 4, 2021: Valley Breeze – “Mayor and Mrs. Lombardi advertising.”

May 4, 2021: Valley Breeze – “Lombardi to receive award for helping children at St. Mary’s.”

April 12, 2021: WJAR, Studio 10 – “Mental Health Matters: St. Mary’s Home for Children.”

March 8, 2021: WJAR, Studio 10 – “Mental Health Matters: Anxiety and Depression.”

February 9, 2021: Valley Breeze – “A place to call home.”

 

2020

December 15, 2020: Valley Breeze – “Grant funds upgrades to St. Mary’s Home for Children.”

November 19, 2020: Providence Business News – “Who’s on the Board?”

November 19, 2020: Providence Business News – “What Cheer Flower Farm brings cheer to the community.” (Name mention)

October 28, 2020: Providence Business News – “Social Service organizations finding ways to stay essential, even in hard times.”

October 20, 2020: WJAR, Studio 10 – “Hispanic Heritage Month.”

September 23, 2020: Providence Journal – “RI releases list of schools where students or staff members tested positive for coronavirus.” (Name mention.)

August 31, 2020: WJAR, Studio 10 – “St. Mary’s Home for Children’s Friendship Award Virtual Event.”

August 18, 2020: Providence Business News – “Five Questions with Carlene Casciano-McCann.”

July 31, 2020: WJAR, Studio 10 – “Adjusting through adversity.”

June 28, 2020: Providence Journal – “Award ceremony for advocates for crime victims will be livestreamed.”

May 20, 2020: WJAR, Studio 10 – “Maintaining your mental health.”

May 7, 2020: Providence Business News – “Champlin Foundation awards $1M in COVID-related grants to 63 nonprofits.” (Name mention.)

May 7, 2020: Providence Journal – “Champlin Foundation gives grants to 63 organizations.” (Name mention.)

May 7, 2020: WJAR, Studio 10 – “Maintaining a healthy and positive home for your kids.”

February 27, 2020: WJAR, Studio 10 – “Mental Health Signs.”

January 22, 2020: WJAR, Studio 10 – “St. Mary’s Home for Children.”

 

2019

December 10, 2019: Warwick Beacon – “A play for charity.”

August 16, 2019: Providence Journal – “My Turn: Carlene Casciano-McCann: Saving child abuse victims.”

August 3, 2019: GoLocalProv.com – “Sex abuse victims’ stories need to be told: Guest MINDSETTER Casciano-McCann.”

February 7, 2019: Providence Journal – “Singer Jeffrey Osborne shares proceeds from celebrity classic at Met School.”

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