Partner with Us

Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island relies upon grants and partnerships to complete its mission to provide low-income Rhode Islanders educational opportunities. Donors, grantors, and foundations help us in this mission by providing the funding we need to continue our programs assisting Rhode Islanders along new educational paths.

Stepping Up RIStepping Up

Our goal is to provide education, training and support services to community residents, as well as full and part-time employees of our partner hospitals who are interested in developing long-term careers in healthcare.

Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island is partnered with Stepping Up RI to deliver healthcare career instruction through our Career Academy.

Project CitizenshipProject Citizenship

Project Citizenship promotes the value of citizenship, removes obstacles to naturalization and provides free, quality services to legal permanent residents to become U.S. citizens.

  • Amgen
  • Bank of America
  • Blue Cross & Blue Shield
  • Citizens Bank
  • Columbus Door Company
  • Durante Electric
  • Narragansett Improvement Company
  • National Grid
  • Technic, Inc.
  • Textron
  • Verizon
  • Walmart
  • Warwick Mall
  • Governor’s Workforce Board (WBC)
  • RI Department of Education
  • RI Department of Human Services
  • RI Department of Labor and Training
  • United States Department of Education
  • Alperim Hirsch Family Foundation
  • Carter Trust
  • Casey Family
  • Champlin Foundation
  • Collis Foundation
  • Cynthia Clay Living Trust
  • Cynthia Ward Living Trust
  • Egavian Foundation
  • Enivar Charitable Foundation
  • Fish Family Foundation
  • Frank B. Hazard Foundation
  • Grimshaw-Gudewicz Foundation
  • Herbert and Daisy E. Stride Foundation
  • Ida B. Littlefield Memorial
  • Ira & Anna Galkin Trust
  • Juanita Sanchez Community Fund
  • June Levy Rockwell Foundation
  • Kimball Foundation
  • Maren/Goldstein Fund
  • McAdams Foundation
  • Nellie Mae Foundation
  • Ocean State Charities Trust
  • Patty and Melvin Alperin Fund
  • Reardon Family Charitable Foundation
  • Ress Family Foundation
  • RI Medical Society Foundation
  • Salten Weingrod Family Fund
  • Sharpe Family Fund
  • Stride Memorial Foundation
  • Sullivan Memorial Fund
  • Susan Greene Trust
  • The Norman & Rosalie Fain Family Fund
  • The Rhode Island Foundation
  • Tishman Golen Family Fund
  • Tri Mix Foundation
  • United Way
  • Washington Trust
  • Association for Healthcare RI
  • March of Dimes
  • Financial Planning Association of RI
  • Health Outreach
  • Northern RI Area Health Education Center
  • Providence Presbyterian Church
  • Retired Senior Volunteer Association
  • Rhode Island Association of Student Councils
  • Rhode Island Institute for Nursing Sisters of Mercy
  • St. Johns Episcopal Church
  • The Daughters of the Holy Spirit
Art Connection Rhode Island
TAC-RI identifies artists willing to donate their art, shows a slide presentation of the artworks to qualified public and nonprofits, and allows them to choose art that has meaning for them. The works of art then become the property of the agencies. So far TAC-RI has placed 214 donated artworks at eight nonprofit agencies. Five other nonprofits are in the process of selecting art from TAC-RI.