Raffa Yoga Benefit Dec. 7th!

Southgansett Girl Scouts Sock Hop on Ice!

Special thanks to Anna Fleischer!

October 28th 5 to 9pm

Family Costume Night!

Project Undercover Welcomes Three new Board Members!

On behalf of Project Undercover’s Board of Directors, I am happy to announce three new members to our board! Debra DiScuillo, Terace Greene Hadfield, and Jodi Timpani.  We are excited to have three women join our baord and are looking forward to their insight in helping us grow! I would also like to take the […]

Summer in the City – Providence, RI June 2014

Thank you to everyone who supported us at our annual fundraiser in Providence this past June at Aspire Restaurant! For all the fabulous photos please click on the link below! Summer in the City

Thank You!

We received this email this week from Kate. Kate, we thank you and everyone who supported Project Undercover in honor of your son Ciaran. “My son, Ciaran, turned one on 6/17 and for his birthday party, I asked guests to bring a package of diapers in lieu of a gift. As a single mom, I […]

A really, really big thank you to The University of Rhode Island’s Civility Mentors

December 11, 2013 – Civility Mentors along with their cosponsors at URI; Chi Omega, URI Hillel, Zeta Beta Tau, Sigma Alpha Professional Agricultural Society, Brothers On A New Directions, URI Women’s Rowing, Zeta Tau Alpha and the URI Swim Team, chose Project Undercover as the beneficiary of this year’s community outreach. Because of their hard […]

A to Z Memorial Golf Tournament

Mapleville, RI September 26, 2013 – Crystal Lake Golf Club was the site of the 2013 annual A to Z Memorial Golf Tournament, also affectionately known as the “Chicken Tournament”. It originated as a group of employees from the Rhode Island Department of Human Services (DHS) playing a round of golf to honor departed DHS […]

Project Undercover Coloring Book About Children Living in Poverty

Providence, RI September 2, 2013 – Project Undercover, a Rhode Island based non-profit, announced today the release of a coloring book. Illustrated by RISD graduate Ashley MacLure and Warwick author Kathleen Hollenbeck, the 24-page book addresses childhood poverty. “We wanted a way to reach younger children and their parents,” says Board President Richard Fleischer. “The […]