RI Foundation awards $280K-plus in grants to improve local residents’ health

THE RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION awarded more than $280,000 in grants to improve health care to improve health care in Rhode Island. Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation President Karen Voci, who serves on the advisory committee that recommended the grants, speaks at the announcement Friday morning at the Central Falls Fire Station. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION
THE RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION awarded more than $280,000 in grants to improve health care in Rhode Island. Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation President Karen Voci, who serves on the advisory committee that recommended the grants, speaks at the announcement Friday morning at the Central Falls Fire Station. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION
PROVIDENCE – Six health care organizations and one city will split a combined $284,000 in grants form the Rhode Island Foundation to help improve the health of Rhode Islanders, according to the nonprofit group Friday. "Developing an inclusive primary care system that promotes healthy lives is one of our core strategic initiatives. These grants will…

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