Volunteer Ali Salafia 17yrs of Turlock (front) hammers nails into boards with Jeannette Ramirez 15yrs of Patterson on Monday morning (01-20-14) during the Tenth Annual Day of Volunteerism in Modesto, Ca. Over the past 10 years Kaiser Permanente in the Central Valley has donated more than 5,500 hours building homes for Habitat For Humanity, Stanislaus. About 150 Kaiser Permanente employees and their families were expected to pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King by helping to build Habitat For Humanity's 21 unit home subdivision River Vista on Signature Court.
Volunteer Ali Salafia 17yrs of Turlock (front) hammers nails into boards with Jeannette Ramirez 15yrs of Patterson on Monday morning (01-20-14) during the Tenth Annual Day of Volunteerism in Modesto, Ca. Over the past 10 years Kaiser Permanente in the Central Valley has donated more than 5,500 hours building homes for Habitat For Humanity, Stanislaus. About 150 Kaiser Permanente employees and their families were expected to pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King by helping to build Habitat For Humanity's 21 unit home subdivision River Vista on Signature Court. jlee@modbee.com
Volunteer Ali Salafia 17yrs of Turlock (front) hammers nails into boards with Jeannette Ramirez 15yrs of Patterson on Monday morning (01-20-14) during the Tenth Annual Day of Volunteerism in Modesto, Ca. Over the past 10 years Kaiser Permanente in the Central Valley has donated more than 5,500 hours building homes for Habitat For Humanity, Stanislaus. About 150 Kaiser Permanente employees and their families were expected to pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King by helping to build Habitat For Humanity's 21 unit home subdivision River Vista on Signature Court. jlee@modbee.com

Kaiser Permanente volunteers help build Habitat for Humanity homes in west Modesto to honor MLK Day

January 20, 2014 06:47 PM

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