The Anne Nolan Endowment Fund
Established by Crossroads in 2015 upon Anne Nolan's retirement as President, The Anne Nolan Endowment Fund promises to continue the legacy of an inspirational leader and advocate for the homeless.
To honor Anne for her 15 years of service as President and CEO, Crossroads Rhode Island established The Anne Nolan Endowment Fund. Under Anne's leadership, Crossroads was transformed from a small social services agency to the largest provider of shelter and services for homeless men, women, and children in Rhode Island, and one of the nation's most innovative homeless services organizations.
In her first year as President, Anne instituted the organization's core values of Safety, Respect, and Effectiveness and opened our first Family Center. Over the next 14 years, Anne's leadership and dedication resulted in:
- The launch of our new mission: Securing stable homes.
- The number of housing units we operate increasing from 60 to 400.
- Crossroads Rhode Island having the capacity to serve almost 3,000 people annually as they move out of homelessness.
- A tripled annual budget.
- Annual fundraising increasing by over 700%.
Anne's dedication to Crossroads Rhode Island and passion for ending homelessness has had a profound impact on our organization and countless lives. With the Anne Nolan Endowment Fund, we are ensuring that Anne's legacy will a lasting one which will continue to support our mission for years to come.
Please join us in honoring Anne Nolan by making a lasting gift in her name. Please make your check payable to “The Anne Nolan Endowment Fund” c/o Crossroads Rhode Island, 160 Broad Street, Providence, Rhode Island or donate securely online now.
The Howard G. Sutton Endowment Fund
Established by Crossroads in 2011, the Howard G. Sutton Endowment Fund ensures future funding to help Rhode Island's homeless.
Crossroads Rhode Island set up a special endowment fund in Howard Sutton’s name to recognize and honor him for his commitment and dedication to helping the homeless men, women and children in Rhode Island. Howard served as Chair of the Crossroads Board of Directors from 2004 to 2011 and as Chair of the “Right Moves” fund drive which resulted in the relocation of Travelers Aid to the present headquarters at 160 Broad Street. He and his wife, Kim, also co-chaired Crossroads’ annual September Event from 2004 to 2014, raising millions of dollars for those in need.
Howard Sutton is truly a “Man on a Mission” with his tireless efforts supporting the mission of Crossroads Rhode Island to help the homeless and disconnected in Rhode Island.
Please join us in honoring Howard Sutton by making a lasting gift in his name. Please make your check payable to “The Howard Sutton Endowment Fund” c/o Crossroads Rhode Island, 160 Broad Street, Providence, Rhode Island or donate securely online now.