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Great Gulf volunteers serve up food and smiles at Ronald McDonald House Charities

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Great Gulf volunteers serve up food and smiles at Ronald McDonald House Charities

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A team of volunteers from Great Gulf recently prepared and served food at Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) in Toronto, by participating in the Home for Dinner program bringing smiles and a delicious, hot dinner to 150 people.

“We are deeply committed to helping the communities we serve and volunteer in a number of programs benefiting needy causes,” says Josh Reisman, associate, business development, Great Gulf. “Knowing that we reduced the stress of purchasing and preparing food so that families could enjoy a home cooked dinner when returning from the hospital was definitely worthwhile. I would like to thank the Great Gulf team for their commitment and enthusiasm in making it an enjoyable dinner for all the families.”

RMHC keeps families of serious ill children together and close to the care they need. The Home for Dinner program runs four nights per week (usually Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays) and typically requires 15 to 20 volunteers as groups serve approximately 150 people.

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