June 11, 2013 > Kaiser Permanente Named California 'Foundation of the Year'
Kaiser Permanente Named California 'Foundation of the Year'
Submitted By Jessie Mangaliman
Kaiser Permanente is among eight recipients this year of Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr.'s highest volunteer awards, which recognize innovation in public service and volunteerism that have made a positive impact on communities across California. The 2013 Volunteer Service Awards were presented at a ceremony at the California State Capitol in Sacramento on May 22, at which Kaiser Permanente was named "Foundation of the Year."
"This honor is a tribute to the thousands of Kaiser Permanente employees and physicians who volunteer their time and expertise to help improve community health across California," said Yvette Radford, vice president for external and community affairs for Kaiser Permanente in Northern California.
For more information about the awards, and about the California Volunteers office, please visit www.CaliforniaVolunteers.org.