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Access for All Abilities Mini Grant Initiative

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2016 Mini-Grant Recipients Announced!

The Sherlock Center awarded more than $12,000 in Access for All Abilities (AAA) mini-grants to five Rhode Island organizations in July 2016.

The Sherlock Centerís mini-grant initiative funds projects that increase access for people with disabilities to social, leisure, recreational and cultural activities in the community, with the goal of increasing long-term accessibility and inclusion of people with disabilities alongside those without disabilities. Since the initiativeís 2009 inception, more than $78,000 has been granted to 35 businesses and organizations. The next grant cycle is planned for spring 2017.

Recipients of the 2016 grants are:


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