The Columbus team gave back to the community this fall with their annual volunteer trip to the Ronald McDonald House of Columbus.
Columbus, OH, September 29, 2018 — On a September Saturday, the Columbus team got up bright and early to serve the families at the Ronald McDonald House of Columbus.
Arriving at 7:00 am, the group made eggs, sausage gravy, biscuits, and fruit. The group worked together with the house chef to create a buffet of breakfast options.
Working with the Ronald McDonald House has been a Centric tradition and we look forward to continuing working with the great organization. Read more about last year’s visit where we served breakfast and lunch.
Group Image — Top Row: Shawn Wallace, Shawn’s daughter, Rene Robles, Ted McKenna, Mitesh Rao, Bill Telfer, Caroline Weist, Michael McKinney, Sherrice Thomas and Kyle Priest. Bottom Row: Mike Rogers, Chef Blair, Jason Fisher’s daughter, Ronald McDonald, Jason Fisher and Laura Carr.
About The Ronald McDonald House
For more than three decades, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio (RMHC) has been keeping families close at the Columbus Ronald McDonald House. From its beginnings as a grassroots movement established by a partnership between volunteers and local McDonald’s Owner/Operators, the charity has served thousands of families in their deepest times of need.
The reality of having a child sick and in the hospital can be incredibly overwhelming to parents and siblings. What the Ronald McDonald House is able to provide these families is a bit of stability in the midst of unthinkable circumstances. When a child is hospitalized, the healing power of having family nearby is beyond measure. It is this heartfelt purpose that both drives and defines RMHC of Central Ohio.