Central Falls Neighborhood Health Station receives $100K donation

NAVIGANT CREDIT UNION recently provided a $100,000 grant toward the Central Falls Neighborhood Health Station, a project by Blackstone Valley Community Health Care. From left: Raymond Lavoie, BVCHC executive director; Gary Furtado, president and CEO of Navigant Credit Union; and Lisa Dandeneau, executive vice president and chief operating officer for Navigant Credit Union. / COURTESY BLACKSTONE VALLEY COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE
NAVIGANT CREDIT UNION recently provided a $100,000 grant toward the Central Falls Neighborhood Health Station, a project by Blackstone Valley Community Health Care. From left: Raymond Lavoie, BVCHC executive director; Gary E. Furtado, president and CEO of Navigant Credit Union; and Lisa Dandeneau, executive vice president and chief operating officer for Navigant Credit Union. / COURTESY BLACKSTONE VALLEY COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE
CENTRAL FALLS – The Central Falls Neighborhood Health Station project has received a $100,000 matching donation from Teknor Apex CEO Jonathan Fain, according to Blackstone Valley Community Health Care Tuesday. On Monday, members of the Rhode Island business community came together for a breakfast event to learn about the vision and goals of the Central…

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