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East Greenwich Interfaith Food Cupboard
Open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to noon.
Established in 1989, the goal of the East Greenwich Academy Foundation is to promote and support youth and families in need. We encourage everyone to stay involved and always be mindful of those in our community who may need our support.
Main Street EG Association
The mission of the Main Street Association (MSA) of East Greenwich is “To enhance living in the Town of East Greenwich, including the improvement of Main Street and its surrounding areas.”
Summer’s End Festival
PO Box 1614
East Greenwich, RI 02818
SAFO is a 501c (3) non-profit organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Our mission is to promote, develop and foster music and the arts in East Greenwich and to enhance the appreciation of and access to music and the arts in our community.
Cindy-Wood Garden Club
Our garden club’s membership is open to anyone who shows a keen interest in gardening and the environment with a willingness to share in the Club’s work.
East Greenwich Art Club
30 Peirce Street
East Greenwich R.I. 02818
COVID UPDATE: Meetings have been canceled until further notice. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month except for January, July and August at 7pm.
First Baptist Church (Meeting is held in the Church Hall across the street)
Friends of the EG Free Library
82 Peirce St.
East Greenwich, RI 02818
The Friends of the East Greenwich Free Library is an all-volunteer organization that shares a common vision of superior library services accessible to all.
House of Worship
First Evangelical Lutheran Church
118 Division Street
Frenchtown Baptist Church
1359 Frenchtown Road
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
99 Peirce Street
United Methodist Church of East Greenwich
1558 South County Trail
Westminster Unitarian Church
119 Kenyon Avenue
Hill and Harbor Neighborhood Association
The Hill & Harbour Neighborhood Association (HHNA) is a volunteer non-profit organization committed to building a better community, raising awareness and improving on the district’s preservation, historical continuity and quality of life for those who live, work, and raise families within our boundaries.
East Greenwich-Cowesett Neighbors Club
The East Greenwich-Cowesett Neighbors Club brings together residents of this beautiful corner of Rhode Island to make friends, socialize, and be active in the community. We hold regular social gatherings for all members, and our activity groups help members make connections through common interests: reading, photography, children’s playgroups, etc.