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half full awarded “best for ri”


On Monday, September 24, Social Enterprise Greenhouse, in partnership with Rhode Island Commerce Corporation and Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce, marked the first year of Best for RI by celebrating the entire Best for RI community and specially honoring a few businesses that stand out for their commitment to using "business as a force for good."

Outstanding achievement awards were given to Blount Fine Foods, half full, llc, Pinpoint Translation Services, and West View Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for their overall high performance on the B Impact Assessment. Bradford Soap Works brought home an environmental sustainability award, and Advanced Remarketing Services was honored for its community giving practices.

The event took place at the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce Economic Luncheon. In addition to the outpouring of support from the business community, The Best for Rhode Island initiative has received support from state government leadership and our congressional delegation. Following the awards, Congressman Jim Langevin granted a special citation to each awardee.

#bestforri #doingwellanddoinggood


pvd lady project summit

The sixth annual Lady Project Summit will be on October 6, 2018 at The VETS Memorial Auditorium in Providence, RI. Tickets are now on sale.

The Lady Project Summit is a day full of awesome speakers, professional workshops, and a whole lot of networking- and this year, half full's own Rebecca Twitchell and MaryAlice O'Connor are presenting a workshop entitled "Doing Good While Doing Well: How to Make an Impact While Making a Profit." 

This interactive workshop will explore the ways that small business owners and consultants can invest in the community- and feel that it’s a value-added to their company. 

We hope to see you at the Summit! 


namiwalks rhode island 5k

half full, llc is pleased to support NAMI RI by coordinating and managing the upcoming NAMIWalks RI. Join fellow Rhode Islanders and thousands of community members from across the nation for NAMIWalks 2018 on Saturday, Oct. 13, at Roger Williams Park in Providence. This powerful community event raises awareness about the issue of mental illness, fights stigma and brings us together for a great day of camaraderie. The funds raised from this major event help ensure that we can continue to offer NAMI programs and services free of charge to participants, providing help and hope to those in need.

Every journey begins with that first step. Through NAMIWalks’ public, active display of support for people affected by mental illness, we are changing our American communities and ensuring that help and hope are available for those in need.

Register today and join us as we improve lives and our communities one step at a time.