Crush COVID 2020


The number of personal care kits given to cancer patients.


The number of masks distributed to our community.


The number of cancer centers in RI served by this project.

In August, the Hospital Association of Rhode Island successfully applied on behalf of the Partnership for the Crush COVID 2020 Mini Grant from the RI Department of Health, which asked that we distribute masks and provide education on safe COVID practices to our chosen community. Our team decided to create personal care kits, which contained cloth masks, hand sanitizer, antibacterial wipes, and educational flyers among other supplies. 

Thank You

The Partnership received donations of over 2000 pieces of jewelery, 1500 hand sanitizer, and 1500 packages of antibacterial wipes from Ocean State Job Lot, delivered by David Sarlitto, Director of the OSJL Charitable Foundation. These products were included in the personal care kits that the Partnership delivered to patients at the cancer centers. Mr. Sarlitto insisted on personally delivering the donations himself and taking time to learn more about our mission and how his kindness will benefit the cancer community. Corporate leadership and community leadership go hand in hand. At Ocean State Job Lot, they not only talk the talk but walk with you to help you get to a better place. We are most grateful for their support.

Partnership to Reduce Cancer in RI
     405 Promenade St, Ste. C
Providence, RI 02908
     (401) 443-2375 ext. 517

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The Partnership to Reduce Cancer in Rhode Island, 2021. The Partnership to Reduce Cancer in Rhode Island is a qualified 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Tax ID Number: 85-2361783

This program is supported in part by Cooperative Agreement Number NU58DP006291, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and awarded to the Rhode Island Department of Health. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Department of Health and Human Services, or the Rhode Island Department of Health.