CRANSTON – The Champlin Foundation announced today more than $9.6 million in capital funding, including three $1 million grants awarded to the Tomaquag Indian Memorial Museum, Crossroads Rhode Island, and the Boys and Girls Club of Providence.

North Smithfield nonprofits receiving funds are: North Smithfield Heritage Association, stairway construction and roofing replacement at Forestdale Schoolhouse, $47,750; North Smithfield Public Library, electronics upgrade for moveable shelving, $62,107; Saint Antoine Residence, IT equipment to support an electronic medical records system, $70,631.

Woonsocket nonprofits are: Connecting for Children & Families, windows, lighting, fencing and stairway handrail, $17,450; Riverzedge Arts, update and expansion of workshop and media arts, $38,000; Stadium Theatre Performing Arts Centre, seat restoration, $66,378.

The full list of grantees and their awards is available on the Champlin website at https://tinyurl.com/2wt5fdw7.

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