Gina Valdez fue la fundadora de Bread of Life, una organización no lucrative que provee provisiones a gente necesitada en el Condado de San Joaquín./ Gina Valdez is the founder of the Bread of Life non-profit that provides supplemental groceries to people in need.
Gina Valdez fue la fundadora de Bread of Life, una organización no lucrative que provee provisiones a gente necesitada en el Condado de San Joaquín./ Gina Valdez is the founder of the Bread of Life non-profit that provides supplemental groceries to people in need. CLIFFORD OTO The Record
Gina Valdez fue la fundadora de Bread of Life, una organización no lucrative que provee provisiones a gente necesitada en el Condado de San Joaquín./ Gina Valdez is the founder of the Bread of Life non-profit that provides supplemental groceries to people in need. CLIFFORD OTO The Record

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