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Meals From The Heart

18-Feb-2020 16:13 | Tracy Dawson (Administrator)

Businesses today recognise the benefits of giving staff the time to give back to the community in small and meaningful ways. Ronald McDonald House Charities Greater Western Sydney offers this opportunity to your business through its group volunteering program, Meals From The Heart.

You’re invited to step into our kitchen for a night and cook fresh, nutritious meals for seriously ill children and their families who call our House a home-away-from-home.

Rachael from Aryzta, international food business, and Meals From The Heart participant says:

“Supporting RMHC Greater Western Sydney’s Meals from the Heart corporate volunteering program gives our team a sense of community and an opportunity to give back in a small, practical way to families who are going through the toughest time of their lives. The Meals From The Heart nights give families a time to come together in a warm, friendly environment over a home-cooked meal… that they didn’t have to prepare! It allows parents to spend time with their seriously ill child and their other children and simply enjoy a family dinner, together.”

The program provides the families staying at the Westmead House with a delicious hot meal, three nights a week. Families find comfort in hearing laughter in the kitchen and enjoying dinner that’s been served with a smile.

Tanya-Lee, mum of Codee, who stayed at the House for 241 nights says:

“The Meals From The Heart dinners were always such a highlight when we were there. Especially when you’d had a long day on ward, the last thing you wanted to do was cook dinner! And the kids always enjoyed the company of the people who came.”

Western Sydney businesses, rally your teams together!

For your next corporate volunteering day, why not come and cook a Meal From The Heart?

Click here to book or contact the RMHC Western Sydney team at:

E: supportingGWS@rmhc.org.au

P: (02) 9806 7111

      

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