View as Webpage

 

 

 

We are playing it safe again this year. So, you decide where and how to participate.

walk, run, bike or swim 

from May 18 - 25

 

It's spring. Let's move!

Tell us what you're doing using #ShelterWalk2point0

& tag us on your post...

To join in, take these steps:

  1. Register today
  2. Build your team giving power by letting people know why it matters to you ♥ 
  3. Fundraise using our platform 
  4. Or contact Wendy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for other donation options.
 

Register to Join

 

As always, ShelterWalk is about raising funds for our Shelter and Homelessness Prevention. Our staff report that the people we serve face emergency situations every day that have the potential to break their housing security, people with unforeseen circumstances who need a boost to get to a better place. Our Shelter gives people who are homeless a place to live while they work toward affording housing.

 

It's free to register and participate! Fundraising for us is encouraged so that we can continue to provide critical services to the community. 

Can't participate, but, would like to help?

We appreciate your donation.

 

‌ ‌Donate Now

 

 

Help Us by Sharing

 

 

Remember

#ShelterWalk2point0

 
 

Thank you Premier Sponsors

 

 

 

& Gold Sponsors

 

Horizon Pharmacy

Tufts Health Plan



 

Community Care Alliance

401-235-7000

www.CommunityCareRI.org

 

See what's happening on our social sites:

FacebookTwitterInstagram

 
Tensions are running high after an explosive meeting in the Texas town of Uvalde [[ yoo-VAHL-dee ]] where 19 students and two teachers were murdered in a massacre. Relatives of the victims lashed out at the city leaders, demanding accountability. Velma Duran lost her sister Irma, who was a teacher at Robb Elementary. She says victims' families have been stonewalled by the Uvalde District Attorney who's refusing to release information about the investigation.       Gas prices are down from their recent all-time high, but it'll still cost Americans a pretty penny to hit the road this holiday weekend. Triple A says the nationwide average price is four-84 a gallon. It was sitting at just three-12 a gallon this time last year.        Ukrainian President Zelensky says the U.S. decision to send more assistance to his country is historic. The Pentagon announced a new 820-million-dollar package of military supplies to be sent to the war-torn nation as it fights off the Russian invasion. Zelensky thanked President Biden for his "continued leadership and support" of Ukraine in its war against Russia.        The WHO says urgent action is needed after monkeypox cases tripled in two weeks in Europe. Over 90-percent of cases confirmed of the virus have been found in Europe as they've been reported in 31 European countries. Monkeypox is a viral disease that occurs mostly in central and western Africa.       Uber is releasing its latest safety report and the number of sexual assaults. According to company, it received just over 38-hundred reports of sexual assault and misconduct from 2019 through 2020. That's a 38 percent decrease from their prior report from 2017 through 2018.       "Minions: The Rise of Gru" is reeling in over ten-million-dollars in Thursday previews from domestic box offices. The latest entry in the "Despicable Me" franchise is expected to bring in between 65- and 75-million-dollars over the holiday weekend. That puts it on pace to be the lowest first week opening since the original film released in 2010.