Rhode Island Foundation awards 5 best practice awards to local nonprofits

Updated at 3:15 p.m.

DR. ANNE S. DE GROOT is volunteer medical director for Clinica Esperanza. The Providence medical clinic is one of five nonprofits that will receive 2017 Best Practice Awards from the Rhode Island Foundation and Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island Tuesday evening. De Groot is also the President and CEO of EpiVax Inc. / COURTESY THE RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION
PROVIDENCE – Five Rhode Island-based nonprofits will receive 2017 Best Practice awards from the Rhode Island Foundation Tuesday, according to a Monday statement by the organization. Clinica Esperanza, Day One, Foster Forward, Hattie Ide Chaffee Home and Trinity Repertory Co. - the five nonprofits that will be honored Tuesday - "emerged from a highly competitive process…
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