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At Chatterton Insurance, we appreciate your business and your trust. Here are our nonprofit partners in Rhode Island:

Blackstone Valley Tourism Council in Pawtucket, RI

When our journey began in the mid-1980s, we had a few visitor attractions, a region with a rich industrial heritage. We were the proud owners of what was then the world’s “most polluted river,” whose only message for visitors might have been “approach at your own peril.” Thanks to the efforts of the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council and our government, business, and nonprofit partners, things began to change.
Blackstone Valley is now one of Rhode Island’s most exciting visitor destinations and a region where even our poorest communities have become more attractive places to live and work. Home to some of Rhode Island’s most visited attractions, the Blackstone Valley is the place to relive our great industrial heritage. It is a major art destination and outdoor recreational hotspot and the location of some of our state’s finest and most unique dining establishments. Our turnaround can be attributed, in part, to Tourism Council efforts that include:

Major cleanup of the Blackstone River and other environmental cleanup efforts that have made public boat tours, kayaking, fishing, and river educational classes on the river not only possible but popular activities;

Development and operation of several attractions and activities including, the Blackstone Valley Riverboat Explorer and The Polar Express™ Train Ride;

Historic preservation efforts that enhanced our region's many museums and historic sites;

Riverfront, community, business, and other development efforts that have been important for not only attracting visitors but for building a stronger economy for our region and for better places to live and work;

Focus on sustainability that builds on the region's environment and natural resources, culture and heritage, health and safety needs, and other positive components;

Strong networking efforts between local, state, and federal government and nonprofit agencies and businesses.

Amos House in Providence, RI

When Sr. Eileen Murphy founded Amos House in 1976, she would never have imagined that 37 years later, the need would have increased by over 100%. What started as a small soup kitchen to feed 30 -50 men now comprised a campus of 14 buildings, including a restaurant, permanent supportive housing, and a mother-child reunification center. But Amos House, named after the Prophet Amos, has continued to respond to the ever-changing needs of our community.
Our growth has included a 90-Day Recovery-Based Program, ten buildings dedicated to supportive housing, a Mother-Child Reunification Program, culinary and carpentry training program, a literacy center, and social enterprise businesses that employ men and women and generate income. We have moved from a grass-roots soup kitchen to a comprehensive social service agency with a staff of over 50 employees, more than half of whom are former residents. We do all of this with a budget of less than four million dollars.

Address: 415 Friendship Street
Providence, RI 0290


Slater Mill in Pawtucket, RI

The Old Slater Mill Association preserves and stewards the Slater Mill National Historic Landmark for the benefit of all. Recognized internationally as the birthplace of the American Industrial Revolution, the museum celebrates innovation and the entrepreneurial spirit by engaging audiences in relevant cultural, historical, and artistic endeavors.
Slater Mill is accredited by the Alliance of American Museums and is the cornerstone of the John H. Chafee Blackstone Valley National Heritage Corridor. The Secretary of the Interior and the National Park Service designated the Slater Mill Historic Site as a National Historic Landmark District because of the site’s exceptional value in illustrating the heritage of the United States of America.

Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket in Pawtucket, RI

The mission of the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket is to inspire and enable the young people of Pawtucket and surrounding communities, especially those with the greatest need, to realize their full potential as healthy, productive, responsible, and caring citizens.
We offer character and leadership development, education and career development, health and life skills, art, sports and fitness, childcare, summer camps, and rent club facilities.  

Address: One Moeller Place,
Pawtucket, RI 02860

Fax: 401-727-4733

Community Preparatory School in Providence, RI

The school serves culturally and economically diverse students who are well qualified to benefit from a rigorous academic education in an atmosphere of mutual respect, especially for students who would otherwise not have access to such an education. The school’s goal is to help its students succeed in college-preparatory high school programs and to become community leaders.
Community Preparatory School challenges students to become confident and independent learners. It also develops a strong sense of public service in students through community service and stewardship. It engages parents, students, and teachers in goal-setting and planning to ensure academic and social success for each student. The school is committed to sharing its vision, programs, and resources with the local neighborhood and the broader community.

Address: 126 Somerset Street
Providence, RI 0290

Fax: 401-521-9715

GAIA Vaccine Foundation in Providence, RI

Our mission is to reduce the incidence of infectious diseases that disproportionately affect the underserved and promote the development of globally relevant and accessible vaccines that can be distributed on a not-for-profit basis in the developing world. GAIA Vaccine Foundation activities are centered on four themes: education, prevention, access to care, and vaccination. 
Through our active, ongoing collaboration with West African physicians and support for prevention-related clinical activities in the region, we work to improve the health of Malian children and their parents while setting the stage for ethical vaccine trials. Through educational programs, conferences, press, and other media campaigns, GAIA VF strives to educate the public and, in particular, healthcare providers about HIV/AIDS and the need for a global HIV vaccine. GAIA VF focuses on educating people about community and individuals’ roles in advancing accessible health care for all.

Address: 146 Clifford Street,
Providence, RI 02903

Fax: 401-272-7562

Progreso Latino in Central Falls, RI

Progreso Latino, Inc. is a multi-service, nonprofit, and community-based organization in Central Falls. Our mission is to empower Rhode Island’s Latino and immigrant communities to achieve greater self-sufficiency and socio-economic progress by providing transformational programs that support personal growth and social change.
The rapid growth of the Latino population in Rhode Island during the 1970s and the inability of existing state social service agencies to meet the needs of this population adequately led to the incorporation of the agency in 1977. Local Hispanic leaders established the agency to be staffed by bilingual, bicultural individuals to address the basic human needs of the Latino community. Here are the programs Progresso Latino Central Falls offers:

Adult Education

Citizenship Assistance

Housing and Financial Literacy

Health and Wellness

Small Business Program