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The NASW Rhode Island Chapter Fund

The NASW Rhode Island Chapter Fund supports the mission of NASW Rhode Island in advancing the social work profession and practice and core issues of social, economic, and racial justice. Contributions to this fund will be used to support charitable, educational, and other programs, as well as member engagement work across Rhode Island.


The NASW Foundation (NASWF) is a charitable organization as defined by the IRS Code, 501(c)(3). Using the link below, you can safely and securely make a tax-deductible contribution. You will receive an electronic receipt which can be used for tax purposes.



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NASW Rhode Island Chapter Fund
750 First Street N.E., Suite 800
Washington, DC 20002

Fax to 202-336-8292

Or donate by phone by calling 202-336-8298

For questions, contact NASW Foundation at naswfoundation@socialworkers.org or call 202-336-8298.