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 26 agencies were awarded grants totaling $49,000 on June 14, 2022:

134 Collaborative
To support the Out of School Jam program

Adoption RI
To support the Educational Success program

Alternatives to Violence Project – RI d/b/a AVPRI
To support the Educational In-Person program

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rhode Island
To support the Family Empowerment Investment Fund program

Books Are Wings
To support the Literacy Partnership program

To support Scholarship Assistance for Neediest Children program

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

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 ¡CityArts! for Youth
To support the Broad Street Studio Classes program

Providence Community Opportunity Corporation
To support the Youth Internship program

Providence Promise
To support the Providence Promise's Family Engagement & Early Scholarships program

Providence Public Library
To support the Passport to Summer Learning program

Read to Succeed
To support the Read to Succeed 2022 Summer program

Rhode Island Tutorial & Educational Services (RITES)
To support the 2022 RITES Summer program

Rhode Islanders Sponsoring Education (RISE)
To support the Mentoring & Wrap Around Supports for Children of Incarcerated Parents

Saint Mary’s Home for Children
To support the Finding Hope and Healing through Reading program

San Miguel School
To support the purchase of 20 new soccer athletic uniforms for the 2022-2023 academic year

Save the Bay
To support the Explore The Bay – Project-based Watershed and STEM Programming for
Providence Students 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

Sophia Academy
To support the Farm School Class Trip program

Stages of Freedom
To support the Swim Empowerment program
To apply for a grant, please review the guidelines and submit an application.