Read what seniors are saying about our programs! AgeWell Testimonials

Archie (name has been changed), is a 79 year old single man, with possible developmental delays. He was referred to Ethos’ EMHOT by Inspectional Services (ISD). His home, a house that he picked out for his parents when he was age 18 in 1959 and that he has lived in since 1962 was found to…

Ethos COVID-19 Prospectus Ethos is committed to ensuring the basic needs of our older and disabled neighbors, with our most urgent work being focused on food security. With over 100 daily referrals at the peak of the crisis and 20-30 new clients still coming on board each day with no waitlist, our Meals on Wheels…

As the youngest ever member of the Providence School Board, Year Up graduate Ty’Relle Stephens is building a new Rhode Island. 20-year-old Year Up alumnus Ty’Relle Stephens is making waves in Providence, Rhode Island. The youngest individual ever elected to the Providence School Board—as well as a patient access associate at Kent Hospital—Ty’Relle’s leadership skills,…

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, we have gone to fully remote virtual instruction. We have provided all our boys with a personal computer for online classes as well as other needed materials for virtual learning and, in some cases, provided internet connectivity. We have constantly maintained our food pantry distribution schedule to support the well-being…

HYANNIS — The Cape Cod Maritime Museum raised above and beyond what it ever imagined to fund a summer camp program for children interested in marine biology. “We never know who we might inspire by handling a lobster or handling a hermit crab or seeing the tide marks on a buoy, or helping us navigate…

We are finding ourselves challenged financially during this shutdown…but inspired and uplifted in the work we’re doing as an organization and community! Finding ground during COVID-19 for Earthdance has been a practice of uncovering new programmatic visions and organizational clarity; tuning into emergent strategies for relationship building and collaboration, and beginning a process of new…

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The COVID-19 pandemic is having a serious impact on youth in foster care we serve and is compounding their trauma. Social distancing has torn away the network of supports- therapists, coaches, social workers, teachers, guidance counselors, psychiatrists- that youth in foster care depend on for stability. No longer being able to have visits with biological…

To the editor: We are living through an unprecedented time in our community and our world. Many of us are feeling anxious, isolated and not in control. Many events that we looked forward to have been cancelled or rescheduled, and we are dealing with that disappointment along with concerns about our health and that of…

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