Become a monthly donor to the Council and help sustain Rhode Island’s humanities community. You can make a big difference with small gifts each month!
As an independent, nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities relies on donations to our Annual Fund to maintain the high-quality public humanities programming we support throughout the state of Rhode Island.
The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities is thrilled to partner with the Center for the Book to enrich our community and to celebrate the art and heritage of reading, writing, making, and sharing books. With a commitment to fostering a love of books among people of all ages and backgrounds across Rhode Island, the Center for the Book sparks community connection and dialogue through a variety of programs, including Reading Across Rhode Island, Kids Reading Across Rhode Island, Letters About Literature, and the Art of the Book.Your gift to the Center for the Book will help fund the full range of Center for the Book programs that serve all Rhode Islanders.
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Because the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities is a 501(c)(3), we are eligible for United Way’s Open Donor Choice Program. If you give through United Way, please consider designating the Council (on your donation form) as your charity of choice.
Would you like to make sure that the Council is supported in the years beyond your lifetime? By designating the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities as a beneficiary in your will, for your qualified retirement funds (IRA, 401k, or 403b), or on your life insurance policies, your heirs can pay fewer estate taxes and you can leave a legacy too. With a legacy gift, you will continue to make a difference in the world, year after year, through the work of the Council.
The Council hosts an annual Celebration of the Humanities each October to mark National Arts & Humanities Month. Proceeds from the event support culture, history, education, and civic engagement in our state.