The Charles E. Maynard
Endowment Fund for the Future
In 2004, The Providence Center's Board of Trustees embarked upon a $1 million campaign to establish The Charles E. Maynard Endowment Fund for the Future at The Rhode Island Foundation. The endowment was named after The Providence Center's founder and CEO Charles E. Maynard upon his retirement after 36 years of service. The fund ensures that The Providence Center will continue to develop innovative treatment for Rhode Islanders in need.
Invest in mental health and substance abuse treatment by sending in your gift today. Your gift will ensure that Rhode Islanders who are experiencing mental illness, emotional problems and addiction will continue to receive the services they need now and in the future. Give a gift online, by mail, or contact us.
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The Providence Center School Endowment
Established in 1987, The Providence Center School is located on 520 Hope Street in Providence, RI and licensed by the Rhode Island Department of Education.
The Providence Center operates a unique, special needs school serving children in grades pre-K through 12 (ages 3-21) who are experiencing acute behavioral and underlying mental health issues such as Attention Deficit Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Depression, Anxiety and Asperger’s Syndrome. Sixty-seven per cent of our students' families are low income. The goal of The Providence Center School is to provide the educational and therapeutic enviornment unique to each student's needs, developing the skills that provide for a successful transition back to their local public schools.
Your gift can help us to provide our students with best education possible, state-of-the art technology and resources for books, field trips, etc. If you'd like to make a gift to The Providence Center's School Endowment you can give a gift online, by mail, or contact us.