24 Corliss St. P.O. Box 41184 Providence, RI 02940

Funded by the generous donations of Providence Rotarians and corporate sponsors of major club events, the Providence Rotary Charities Foundation supports the club's Jane Babcock Childhood Literacy Initiative and awards grants each year to local area nonprofit organizations working in areas that align with the overall goals of Rotary International.

The following 22 agencies were awarded grants totaling $55,500 on June 13, 2023:
To support the Out of School Jam program
Adoption RI
To support the Educational Success program
To support Scholarship Assistance for Neediest Children program
Camp Surefire
To support Camperships for Children and Youth Living with Type I Diabetes
Community Boating Center, Inc.
To support the Eco Adventure Sailing Camp Scholarships program
Community Preparatory School
To support the Scholarship Sponsor program
Everett: Company, Stage & School
To support the After-school Performing Arts Classes program
To support FirstWorks Arts Education program      
Inspiring Minds
To support the Tutoring and Mentoring Services program
Junior Achievement of Rhode Island
To support the Financial Literacy, Work Readiness, and Entrepreneurship Programs for Low-Income Providence Students program
Katie Brown Educational Program
To support the Relationship Violence Prevention Education in Providence program
New Urban Arts
To support the Youth Mentorship in the Arts and Summer Art Internships program
Providence Public Library
To support the Summer at Your PVD Libraries program
Rhode Islanders Sponsoring Education (RISE)
To support the Mentoring & Wrap Around Supports for Children of Incarcerated Parents program
Saint Mary’s Home for Children
To support the Summer Learning program
San Miguel School
To support the registration fees for twenty (20) students to participate in a Flag Football League during the 2023-2024 academic year
Save the Bay
To support the Explore The Bay – Project-based Watershed and STEM Programming for Providence Students program
School One
To support the Intergenerational Arts Learning program
Sojourner House
To support Camp Eureka – the free week-long summer camp for children, ages 5-13, who have witnessed violence in their homes
Southside Community Land Trust
To support the Youth Employment program
Stages of Freedom
To support the Swim Empowerment program
The Manton Avenue Project
To support the MAP Summer Camp