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In The Community

Mandell, Boisclair & Mandell, Ltd is committed to giving back to the Providence and greater Rhode Island community. We make monetary and in-kind donations, sponsor local events, volunteer, and take on leadership roles in a number of worthy causes!

Wingate Residences

Wingate Residences

In recognition of National Assisted Living Week®, Mandell, Boisclair & Mandell, Ltd. donated Google Nests to community members at nearby Wingate Residences. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, it has been difficult for senior residents to see their loved ones. The Google Nests will provide these residents with  the opportunity to video chat with their friends and […]

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Access Point RI

Access Point

We at Mandell, Boisclair and Mandell, Ltd are proud to support Access Point RI and help those in our community. Recently we donated smart home devices to this great organization to make basic tasks easier for mentally disabled Rhode Islanders. Ever since Lisa had her smart home device installed, she has loved the ease of […]

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Providence Community Relief Fund

Providence Community Relief Fund

In support of our local community, Partner Mark Mandell donated $25,000 to the Providence Community Relief Fund and vowed to match another $25,000 that community raises to support our community. Mayor Jorge 0. Elorza today announced the establishment of the Providence Community Relief Fund. The fund, held at United Way of Rhode Island, was created […]

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Access Point RI

Access Point Golf Tournament

The attorneys at Mandell, Boisclair & Mandell, Ltd, are proud to sponsor Access Point’s 26th Annual Richard Rotelli Memorial Golf Tournament. This year’s event will be held at the beautiful Alpine Country Club in Cranston, Rhode Island on Monday, September 30, 2019 at noon. If you’re interested in attending this incredible annual tournament, reserve your […]

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SHAKE A LEG / SAIL TO PREVAIL

The attorneys at Mandell, Boisclair, & Mandell, Ltd, are proud to support the Sail to Prevail program. Sail to Prevail is a nonprofit organization that offers a complete therapeutic sailing experience for individuals with disabilities. Each summer, more than 1000 disabled children and adults explore the open water on a fleet of specially adapted 20-foot […]

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Impossible Dream

Impossible Dream

The attorneys at Mandell, Boisclair & Mandell, Ltd are proud sponsors of a fundraiser for The Impossible Dream. Attorney Zach Mandell serves on a sponsorship committee for their Newport event. The Impossible Dream is the world’s only catamaran built from the ground up to be fully universally accessible. Their mission is to raise awareness for […]

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Clothes for Kids

2019 Clothes for Kids Fill the Racks Luncheon

On Friday, May 9th, Mandell, Boisclair & Mandell, Ltd gathered at the Crown Plaza Hotel to take part in Clothes To Kids Fill the Racks Luncheon — an annual event aimed at providing new and quality used clothing to low-income, school-age children in Providence County. The event was able to raise an impressive $36,000.00 for […]

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2018 Providence College Student-Athlete Career Night Sponsored by Mark Mandell and Yvette Boisclair

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Putting Our Best Foot Forward To Support MADD

On Saturday, June 3rd, Mandell, Boisclair & Mandell, Ltd gathered at Warwick Park to take part in 2017’s Walk Like MADD — a national event aimed at curbing the problem of drunk driving in our community. Ultimately, the event was a resounding success as 22 teams and 220 participants tackled the 5k walk in stride […]

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8th Annual Providence College Student-Athlete Career Night Sponsored by Mark Mandell and Yvette Boisclair

On Tuesday, November 15, the Providence College Athletic Department in conjunction with the Career Education Center and Office of Academic Support held its Student-Athlete Career Night. The event was made possible through the generous support of Mark Mandell and Yvette Boisclair ’84 who have sponsored the event since its inception in 2008. More than 90 […]

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