Registration for the 40th Annual Save The Bay Swim officially opens on Monday, February 29

PROVIDENCE, RI – Registration for the 40th Annual Save The Bay Swim officially opens today, Monday, February 29, although swimmers were able to reserve their spot two days earlier by registering for The Splash, a charity challenge obstacle course and cold-water plunge held on February 27 at Easton’s Beach in Newport. Five hundred swimmers between the … Read more

Volume 3 Issue 2

Dear Readers, This month we bring to you an issue focused on Mental Health. In particular, we explore resources for you to feel your best. This can however, be overwhelming all at once if you aren’t used to eating mindfully (Tips on pg. 18), thinking positively, or meditating (Mediation Tips on pg. 40). My French … Read more

BlueAngel Community Health Grant program

PROVIDENCE, RI – Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island (BCBSRI) is awarding one of six 2016 BlueAngel Community Health Grants (BACHG) to Farm Fresh Rhode Island. The $30,000 grant will support Farm Fresh’s Healthy Foods, Healthy Families program, which provides free nutrition education to low-income families and incentives for families receiving nutrition assistance vouchers that can be redeemed … Read more

Save The Bay Kicks Off 40th Annual Swim Registration With “The Splash” Cold Water Plunge and Obstacle Course

NEWPORT, RI – This Saturday morning, Save The Bay kicks off registration for its 40th Annual Save The Bay Swim with “The Splash,” a ¼-mile challenge obstacle course and cold water plunge at Easton’s Beach in Newport. The $30 registration for The Splash comes with a coveted spot in the 2016 Save The Bay Swim, celebrating … Read more

Blue Cross & Blue Shield Awards Community Health Grants

PROVIDENCE, RI– Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island (BCBSRI) is awarding one of six 2016 BlueAngel Community Health Grants (BACHG) to the Boys & Girls Club of Providence. The $25,000 will support Soccer for Success, a program designed to teach young people healthy habits and life skills through the game of soccer. The program will engage 250 youth … Read more