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PORTLAND — The Frannie Peabody Center, Maine’s largest provider of services to people with HIV or AIDS, has been awarded a $10,000 grant to expand its emergency health-care services.
The grant is from Physicians Interactive Holdings, a medical marketing company, and The Tramuto Foundation, a charitable organization founded by the company’s chief executive officer, Donato Tramuto, according to a press release.
With offices on Danforth and Spring streets, and in Ogunquit, Frannie Peabody provided services for more than 500 people with HIV and AIDS in 2012, as well as prevention services for others in at-risk populations in southeastern Maine.