On Sunday, April 6, several members of the Centric Chicago team volunteered for a morning at the Ronald McDonald House by cooking and serving breakfast to the families utilizing the organization’s services.
The Centric team, who included Ted Goodman, Jana Sanders, Sven Norgaard, Colleen Campbell and Kerri Cohen, cooked a full meal that included:
- Make-your-own breakfast burritos (potatoes, sausage, eggs, veggies, cheese)
- Blueberry muffins
- Chocolate chip muffins
Centric Chicago has volunteered with Ronald McDonald House in the past and is a proud supporter of the organization’s service to the community.
About the Ronald McDonald House
The Ronald McDonald House provides a “home away from home” to keep families of hospitalized children together – offering care and comfort during their hours of greatest need. Ronald McDonald House near Loyola University Medical Center opened in July of 1995 and has served more than 10,800 families. The House has 18 bedrooms and inviting decor is based on the children’s book, The Secret Garden, with several secret places to be enjoyed by all.