Neighborhood Health staff donate hundreds of holiday gifts for children

NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH Plan of Rhode Island employees pose with gift bags collected for children served by Tides Family Services or the McAuley House. Standing in back are Stacy Paterno, left, social responsibility and corporate communications manager, and event specialist Cynthia Osmanski. Sitting are member advocate Rita Towers, left, and Rob Magnan, facilities and mail room coordinator. / COURTESY NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH PLAN OF RHODE ISLAND
SMITHFIELD – Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island’s reimagined holiday giving program has yielded gift bags for 250 children in the Greater Providence area. The health plan partnered this year with Tides Family Services and the McAuley House after its usual Gingerbread Express program with the National Education Association of Rhode Island was canceled. Despite…

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