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Kaiser Permanente employees help build affordable homes

A group of employees from National Facilities Services spent a day in San Francisco recently, volunteering with Habitat for Humanity.

Eighteen volunteers from Kaiser Permanente National Facilities Services recently hoisted beams and helped install framing, flooring, and insulation to help build 8 affordable housing units with Habitat for Humanity in San Francisco’s Diamond Heights neighborhood.

Organizer Paula Dickson, Northern California service delivery director for National Facilities Services, said Kaiser Permanente also made a $5,000 donation to the organization as part of its commitment to increase affordable housing and improve the health of communities.

Underscoring the need, Habitat for Humanity received 564 applications to purchase the homes with no-interest loans and payments that will not exceed 30% of their income.






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