Five Questions With Nina Stack

We are pleased to share a story with you that appeared recently in the Providence Business News. By Emily Gowdey-Backus January 25, 2019 3:07 am  PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO   Nina Stack | Executive Director, The Champlin Foundation 1. You were appointed executive...

‘Help to the helpless & hope to the hopeless’

We want to share a story with you that recently appeared in the Warwick Beacon and Cranston Herald.   Posted Wednesday, January 9, 2019 2:09 pm By JOHN HOWELL Nina Stack discovered the beauty of smallness as a girl when her parents rented a home on Block Island....

The Champlin Foundation Announces $22 Million in Grants

Boys & Girls Clubs, Food Pantries, Historic Houses, Hospitals, Libraries, Parks, Schools, Theatres, and many others receive support.  Cranston, RI – December 7, 2018 – The Champlin Foundation announced today that over the course of 2018 it has awarded 189...

A Message from our Executive Director

January 2, 2019 As this New Year begins, we at The Champlin Foundation are feeling the excitement of both a fresh start and a renewed commitment to the people and places of this beautiful state. In my first letter to the field I look to share with you some reasons for...

Providence Journal Showcases Work of The Champlin Foundation

We are pleased to share a wonderful story about The Champlin Foundation published recently by Providence Journal reporter G. Wayne Miller. The article provides a great historical perspective on the Champlin family and very nicely captures their commitment to...