A few weeks ago, I had a great opportunity to again participate in our local Ronald McDonald House with our team helping to serve dinner to families who were staying. Below is an article in our company newsletter written by Jennifer Millett:
For families dealing with a seriously ill or injured child, finding time (or remembering) to eat a hot meal can fall pretty low on the priority list. Since the late ’80s, the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Intermountain Area has provided a place to eat, sleep, do laundry and relax for families who must travel to Salt Lake City area hospitals for pediatric medical care. But like any charitable organization they can’t do it alone.
“I am always humbled by the experience. We heard about why the families are there and then we saw how positive they are,” says sales coach Jenn Harms. “It was a great team-building activity.”
It was also a fun opportunity to extend our purpose to make a difference to many GS team members’ families. For leader Ramea Bowles, RMH is a unique location where kids feel comfortable and can participate. “Explaining why kids are there and our impact offers great perspective and is a great teaching moment,” she says. I