The following organizations were selected to receive grants from the Providence Rotary Charities Foundation in 2015:
African Alliance of Rhode Island - $2,000
To support a permanent irrigation system at the community garden located at 40 Saratoga Street and to support its refugee and immigrant community garden project.
Blessings in a Backpack - $3,000
To provide 60 students from San Miguel School with a backpack filled with food staples every weekend of the school year.
Books Are Wings - $3,000
To distribute 10,000 books to 5,000 children in Providence through the unique Book Party events concentrating on children ages birth to twelve.
Camp Ruggles - $2,000
To support partial camperships for children ages 6-12 from the Greater Providence area who have been diagnosed with emotional and behavioral disabilities.
Camp Surefire - $2,000
To support a week-long resident campership for two Providence children ages 6-16 with Type 1 diabetes. 
East Side Mount Hope YMCA - $2,000
To support the YMCA Swim Access Program, which teaches and engages at-risk youth in the city of Providence through swimming.
Everett:  Company, Stage & School - $2,000
To continue to offer free, high-quality, after-school performing art classes and training to underserved youth in the Greater Providence area.
FirstWorks - $2,000
To build on the success of the Arts Learning Program for 1,500 Providence public school students.
Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England - $2,000
To support Urban Outreach efforts, which will allow girls from Providence to participate in leadership programs designed to build courage, confidence, and character.
Highlander Charter School - $2,000
To support a four (4) week intensive summer enrichment learning program for 60 struggling students in Grades K-6.
Junior Achievement of Rhode Island, Inc. - $2,000
To support the JA Our City program in two Providence classrooms, impacting approximately 50 students.
Providence ¡CityArts for Youth! Inc. - 1,500
To support CityArts Creative Futures classes.
Providence Community Library - $3,000
To help support educational programming expenses, which include the costs of out-of-school time educational programming.
PICA (Providence In-town Churches Association) - $2,000
To support the PICA Downtown Food Pantry.
Read to Succeed - $2,000
To support the purchase of 864 books for 144 students for the summer program.
ResilientKids Organization - $3,000
To support 28 children in an underperforming Providence school classroom with integrated yoga and mindfulness instruction teaching them about focus, self-regulation, and self-esteem.
Rhode Island for Community and Justice - $1,000
To support Project RESPECT, a one week residential summer camp for teens who are ready for a life-changing experience centered on leadership, human relations, and diversity.
Rhode Island Urban Debate League - $3,000
To provide 30 high school students (at least 70% from low-income households) with a high-quality summer learning experience at its two-week Summer Debate Institute in August.
San Miguel School - $1,500
To support the Technology Special Project by purchasing eight Chromebooks. 
Sojourner House - $2,000
To support Camp Eureka, which serves between 40 and 60 local children in Providence who have witnessed domestic violence.
Sophia Academy - $3,000
To support the Sophia on the Bay Program, a collaboration with Save the Bay to provide twenty Sophia Academy students with a weeklong program in late June.
The Fogarty Center - $1,790
To purchase items for the Fogarty Center's Special Olympics teams.
The Fund for UCAP - $2,000
To support "Building Futures with DownCity Design."  The program provides an engineer/educator to help students design, create, and build a "solution" to a problem or issue they identify within our school or the greater community.
The Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence - $2,500
To support the "Choose Peace Project."  for nonviolence training offered in Providence schools.
The Manton Avenue Project - $2,500
To support three main out-of-school time theatre and playwriting programs for young people in Olneyville.
The Samaritans - $2,000
To support seventeen (17) 28-day bus shelter locations where Providence school children take public transportation to and from school.
YWCA Rhode Island - $2,000
To support YWCA's Rosie's Girls, a six week summer day camp program for young women from Providence entering fifth through eighth grade.