Two students work side-by-side in a SchoolOne art class.

Ways to Give

There are many ways to donate to School One, from cash contributions, gifts-in-kind and matching gifts to planned giving. All types of support help students in need of our one-of-a–kind program.

School One Annual Fund

Proceeds are applied to our operating budget for faculty salaries, building maintenance, financial aid, equipment and classroom supplies. Gifts may be restricted to a particular purpose; pledges may be paid all at once or during the year. Give online or download the Annual Fund Giving Form (pdf, 917KB) and mail back to School One.

School One Restroom Renovation

Find out how you can help support School One's much needed, long overdue restroom facilities upgrade..  Learn more.

United Way of Rhode Island

School One’s donor designation number is 9810. Contact the United Way to learn how to use their donor services.

Matching Gifts

Many corporations match or multiply gifts made by employees and/or spouses and retirees. Please explore this option with your employer!

ACCESS/RI Scholarship Alliance

In 2006 Rhode Island enacted a law to allow businesses to receive a substantial tax credit for contributions that provide economically disadvantaged children with private school scholarships. The Wolf School and School One partnered to form a nonprofit organization for this purpose: Achievement for Children with Challenges Empowered by School Scholarships (ACCESS). Eligible businesses may receive up to a $100,000 tax credit annually for donations to ACCESS. To discuss this in more detail, please call School One at (401) 331-2497, or visit the RI Division of Taxation.

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Write Rhode Island Workshops
Students, grades 8 to 12, can submit one story that incorporates Rhode Island. These workshops are designed for students to learn how to write a short story, provide writing prompts and spur inspiration for the competition. Workshops are free but registration is advised.

October 5, 12, 19 at 6pm
Cranston Public Library
Contact the teen librarian at 401-943-9080

October 22 at 11am
East Providence Public (Weaver) Library
Contact Meredith at 401-434-2453 to register

October 15, 22, 29 at 10am-2pm
Providence Public Library
On The Rhode: A three-part workshop that offers an introduction to short story writing.
Contact the Shannon at 401-455-8119

Also offering additional workshops in Cumberland, Pawtucket, East Greenwich and more. Contact School One for a complete listing.

October 27 at 6pm
Barnes & Noble Warwick
Contact Katie at 401-826-8885

November 3, 10, 17 at 6:30pm
Barrington Public Library
Contact Tanya at (401) 247-1920

November 7 at 3:30
Providence Community Library (Wanskuck Library)
Contact Denise at 274-4145

November 7 & 14 at 3:30pm
Riverzedge Arts
Contact (401) 767-2100 to register

November 9 at 4pm
School One
220 University Avenue, Providence (east side)
Contact Diana at 401-331-2497 or dianac@school-one.org

November 10 at 2:30pm
Jacqueline M. Walsh School for the Performing & Visual Arts
After- School Creative Writing Session

November 12 at 2pm
Cumberland Public Library
Contact the Teen Liberian or Felicia to sign up at (401) 334-2552

November 15 at 6pm
Fox Point Library
Contact the Fox Point Library at 401-331-0390

November 16 at 6pm
North Scituate Public Library
Contact Brenda at 401-647-5133

November 17
Johnston Public (Mohr) Library
Contact Rebecca at 401-239-4180

November 7, 14, 21 & 28
Newport Art Museum
A four-part workshop that offers an introduction to short story writing and the RI collection at the
Redwood Athenaeum

 Call 848-2787 to register or email registration@newportartmuseum.org

November 22 at 2:15pm
Chariho Regional High School
Creative Writing Club

Our Sponsors:

Without sponsors and supporters Write Rhode Island would not be possible. Give them a call and thank them for supporting young, talented students in Rhode Island.

 

   
   
   
   
   

Our Mentors
Write Rhode Island is lucky to have support and guidance from many generous souls in Rhode Island. Thank you!!!