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400 Served at Tides Christmas Party

December 18th, 2017|0 Comments

Over 400 served at Tides Family Services' Christmas Parties Tides Family Services provided dinner and Christmas gifts to over 400 people in Pawtucket, Providence and West Warwick locations.  This was the most served to date!  "It shows a great need in our community.  It shows us that our families trust us.  It shows us why each and every day we do our work...they need us." stated Beth Bixby, Chief Operating Officer. "We not only serve the identified client, we serve the entire family, especially during the holidays.  We had no idea we were going to serve so many this

Our 2017 Gala Was a Huge Success!

July 8th, 2017|0 Comments

 Thank you to our 2017 Gala Sponsors     Hope Sponsor Makrod Investments Anchoring Sponsor Aussant Electric District of Eastern North America – Brothers of the Christian Schools Ian Hyatt Christopher and Michelle Little Vark Markarian Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island Ronald and Barbara Reis   Inspiring Sponsor ALEX AND ANI Family Sponsor Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island Thomas Dickinson and Family Maryann Donohue-Lynch     Kevin Lovett and Family Frank and Mary-Anne Perri                                 A special thank you to Chris and Sandy Gasbarro and Gallo Family Wineries for their donation of wine throughout the evening

St. Patrick’s Day 5k success!

March 21st, 2017|0 Comments

WE EXCEEDED OUR FUNDRAISING GOAL!! We hoped to raise $2500. We expect to raise close to $5500! Through Tides' participation in the Providence St. Pat’s 5k, the money raised was for our “twinning” school in Nairobi, Kenya called Christ the Teacher Institute for Education (CTIE). CTIE is a school founded by the De La Salle Christian Brothers in 1992. The mission of the school is to prepare its students to be teachers both in Africa and beyond. Please see pictures above of Br. Michael with TFS Staff, Governor Gina Raimondo, Senator Jack Reed and Congressmen Jim Langevin. To learn more about