Walmart Foundation gives $70K to R.I. Salvation Army to launch “Getting Rhode Island Healthy” program

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THE RHODE ISLAND SALVATION ARMY accepted $70,000 from the Wal-Mart Foundation to start a new nutrition initiative.From left, Major Katie Stoops, state coordinator for Rhode Island, Salvation Army; Reagon Cannon, Cranston Wal-Mart store manager; Ashley Viverios, Wal-Mart market manager. / COURTESY WAL-MART FOUNDATION
CRANSTON – The Walmart Foundation presented the Salvation Army of Rhode Island $70,000, and a ceremonial check, to launch the “Getting Rhode Island Healthy” anti-hunger…

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