comma before 'who' [relative pronoun]: gives it to Klara, who helps him

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Tenacious Learner

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Hi teachers,
Do I need a comma after "Klara" because it is a non-restrictive relative clause?
Disney sends him a lot of work and he gives some of it to Klara, who helps him in the evenings and sometimes on the weekends.

Thanks in advance.
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