What is the Rhode Island Spotlight?
The Rhode Island Spotlight is a 501(c)3 non-profit. The mission of the Rhode Island Spotlight is to highlight and celebrate community heroes, both individuals and organizations, that are making a significant, positive difference for fellow Rhode Islanders.
What is unique about the Rhode Island Report and Rhode Island Spotlight?
The Rhode Island Report is a multimedia partnership that marks the first of its kind in Rhode Island, and perhaps the world. Each week, an investigative report are distributed on Rhode Island PBS, ABC6 News, WPRO radio (630-AM, 99.7-FM) and be reprinted in Motif Magazine. Online video and ongoing news updates will also be posted to the Rhode Island Report Web site at www.Rhode Islandreport.com. The Rhode Island Report also offers daily email and online news links from around the state. Further distinguishing the Rhode Island Report from other media outlets is its formation as a non-partisan, non-profit entity.
How is the Rhode Island Spotlight funded?
All projects at the Rhode Island Report, like the Rhode Island Spotlight, it is funded by individual and corporate donors and foundation grants. The Rhode Island Report is a non-partisan, non-profit with an IRS 501(c)3 designation.
May I take a tax deduction for my donations to the Rhode Island Spotlight?
Yes. As a project of the Rhode Island Report which has been approved by the IRS as a 501 (c)3 non-profit, your financial support is tax deductible. You may donate to the Rhode Island Report HERE..